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5th President of the United States: James Monroe * Democratic - Republican * Term: 1817 - 1825 * Born: April 28, 1758 in West Moreland County, Virginia * Died: July 4, 1831 * Vice President: Daniel D. Tompkins * First Lady: Elizabeth Kortright * Children: Eliza and Maria *

President of the United States: James Monroe * Democratic - Republican * Term: 1817 - 1825 * Born: April 1758 in West Moreland County, Virginia * Vice President: Daniel D. Tompkins * First Lady: Elizabeth Kortright * Children: Eliza and Maria *

Martha Washington. Age regressed to when she married George Washington. Suddenly I understand why he married her. WOW.

Fresh Look at Martha Washington

Martha Washington, age regressed to when she married George Washington (January

James Madison....4th President of the United States Of America

Two fun facts about James Madison is that he was america smallest president and he was Princeton first graduate.

President James Monroe - Presidential Oath of Office Administered to James Monroe by the Honorable John Marshall, Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.

President James Monroe, President of the United States - Presidential Oath of Office Administered to James Monroe by the Honorable John Marshall, Chief Justice of the U.

James Madison was a member of the Continental Congress, author of the Federalist Papers, the chief architect of the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights, a member of the House of Representatives, the 5th US Secretary of State and the 4th President of the United States

President James Madison, president of the United States - hailed as the “Father of the Constitution”

The Letters That Warren G. Harding’s Family Didn’t Want You to See - NYTimes.com

The strikingly graphic correspondence from Harding, perhaps the worst chief executive in U. history, to his longtime mistress.

James Monroe, American Revolutionary War Hero and later President of the United States.

James Monroe, American Revolutionary War Hero and later President of the United States. He of the Monroe Doctrine.

Anna Strong.  During the Revolutionary War she used a clothesline to communicate to American spies.  A black petticoat hung out to dry meant that a boatman carrying secrets was ready to leave.  The number of hankies next it indicated which cove he was hiding in.

ANTI-WAR: Anna Louise Strong, c. socialist and leader of the Seattle chapter of the American Union Against Militarism, later the No Conscription League, who was put on trial for speaking out against the war.

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