A seminal contribution to understanding the life and work of James Monroe
(April 28, 1758-July 4, 1831), who was the fifth president of the United States, this enhanced autobiography is especially recommended for both community and academic library American Biography and American History collections.
In this book, editor Daniel Preston presents readers with a collection of selected correspondence and papers of the United States' fourth President, James Monroe
, written between April of 1811 and March of 1814.
Starring: Adam Jacobs, James Monroe
Iglehart, Courtney Reed
It is of the highest importance, therefore, that they be so organized and trained as to be prepared for any emergency," President James Monroe
's First Inaugural Address, 1817.
The college is the second-oldest university in the US after Harvard University and claims among its alumni Thomas Jefferson (1762), the third US president and James Monroe
(1778), the fifth US president.
brought back presidential tours during his two terms in office.
Within the six-counties of the Tidewater region are the birthplaces of George Washington, James Madison, James Monroe
, and Robert E.
By examining the actions of the first five American presidents (with special emphasis on George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and James Monroe
), Moats shows the way in which a new republican government was launched and perpetuated.
Doolittle; Billy Fiveash; Tom Janecke; John Shaddy, Conway, Mo.; Carl Smith; Joel Croxton; Dan Chambers; Harry Glossner; Harold Randall; Dale Scott; Jimmy Newby; James Monroe
; Herbert Morey; Robert Holfinger; Willard Ottman; Wayne Cooper; Charles Bransford; Dennis Hensely; Louis Harnish; Henry Schoppmann, Wallkill, N.Y.; and Stephen Clemens.
(Presidents and Their Time) Corinne J.
He also arranged a $2.9 million first mortgage and a $500,000 line of credit for James Monroe
Owners, Inc., a 104-unit co-op located at 104-20 68th Drive in Forest Hills, NY; a $1.7 million first mortgage and a $250,000 line of credit for an 84-unit co-op located at 140-15 Holly Avenue in Flushing, N-Y; and a $650,000 first mortgage for a 24-unit co-op located at 606 West 113th Street in Manhattan.
In the summer of 1814, Stephen Pleasonton served as a senior clerk for Secretary of State James Monroe
. Pleasonton worked with other clerks in the State Department offices in Washington City, the nation's young capital.