By From page A2 | July 17, 2013

A front page caption July 8 incorrectly identified John Quincy Adams as the second president. The second president was John Adams, who suggested the 4th of July be celebrated with fireworks. John Quincy Adams, his son, was the sixth president.

Michael Raffety

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