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  2. James Monroe: Life Before the Presidency | Miller Center

    James Monroe: Life Before the Presidency. Born on April 28, 1758, in Westmoreland County, Virginia, James Monroe enjoyed all the advantages accruing to the son of a prosperous planter. His father, Spence Monroe, traced his ancestry back to relative who had fought at the side of Charles I in the English civil wars before being captured and ...

  3. Monroe Doctrine - Definition, Purpose & Significance - HISTORY

    The Monroe Doctrine, first outlined in a speech to Congress in 1823, had President James Monroe warning European powers to not attempt further colonization, military intervention or other...

  4. Presidency of James Monroe - Wikipedia

    Monroe, the fifth United States president, took office after winning the 1816 presidential election by an overwhelming margin over Federalist Rufus King. This election was the last in which the Federalists fielded a presidential candidate, and Monroe was unopposed in the 1820 presidential election.

  5. 1820 United States presidential election - Wikipedia

    The 1820 United States presidential election was the ninth quadrennial presidential election. It was held from Wednesday, November 1, to Wednesday, December 6, 1820. Taking place at the height of the Era of Good Feelings, the election saw incumbent Democratic-Republican President James Monroe win re-election without a major opponent.

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    James Monroe was the fifth President of the United States (1817–1825) and the last President from the Founding Fathers. On New Year's Day, 1825, at the last of his annual White House receptions, President James Monroe made a pleasing impression upon a Virginia lady who shook his hand: "He is tall and well formed.

  7. James Monroe (April 28, 1758 – July 4, 1831) was the fifth president of the United States. He mostly agreed with Thomas Jefferson and James Madison , the two presidents before him. Many cities have been named Monroe .

  8. WVSSAC Class A boys final: James Monroe repeats with rout

    CHARLESTON — James Monroe’s boys probably could have started celebrating at the end of the third quarter on Saturday. The No. 1 Mavericks dominated No. 3 Tucker County 66-35 in the Class A ...

  9. Elizabeth Monroe | Biography & Facts | Britannica

    Elizabeth Monroe, née Elizabeth Kortright, (born June 30, 1768, New York, New York [U.S.]—died September 23, 1830, Oak Hill, Virginia, U.S.), American first lady (1817–25), the wife of James Monroe, fifth president of the United States. Although she was noted for her beauty and elegance, her aloofness made her unpopular. Elizabeth Kortright was the daughter of Lawrence Kortright, a ...

  10. 131 James Monroe Ave, Monroeton, PA 18832 | Zillow

    121 James Monroe Ave, Monroeton, PA 18832. Off Market. $31,400. 3 bd | 1 ba | 2.2k sqft. 104 Bridge St, Monroeton, PA 18832. Off Market. Skip to the beginning of the carousel. Neighborhood stats provided by third party data sources.

  11. James Monroe Iglehart - Wikipedia

    James Monroe Iglehart (born September 4, 1974) [1] [4] is an American stage actor and singer. Iglehart is perhaps best known for his Tony Award -winning performance as the Genie in the original Broadway production of Aladdin. Iglehart assumed the role of Marquis de Lafayette / Thomas Jefferson in the Broadway company of Hamilton in April 2017 ...

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