Author:James Monroe

James Monroe

Fifth president of the United States (1817–1825), with Daniel D. Tompkins; seventh secretary of state (1811–1814, 1815–1817), eighth secretary of war (1814–1815), 16th governor of Virginia (1811), Democratic–Republican U.S. senator from Virginia (1803–1807), 12th governor of Virginia (1799–1802). Continental Army lieutenant colonel (American Revolution); Grand-uncle by marriage of Franklin Roosevelt

James Monroe


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