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James Monroe was president of the United States from 1817-1825 and is best known for establishing the aggressive foreign policy stand known as the Monroe Doctrine. James Monroe served one term as governor of Virginia, then was sent to France by Thomas Jefferson to negotiate the Louisiana Purchase. An officer during the American Revolution, Monroe was an all-around statesman whose career included stints as congressman, senator, foreign diplomat and cabinet member. In 1811 he was appointed Secreta More>>

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James Monroe was an American statesman who served as the fifth President of the United .... James Spence Monroe (1799–1800): a son who died 16 months after birth. .... The French did not acknowledge that West Florida remained in Spanish possession, and the United States would claim that France had sold West ...

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Find out more about the history of James Monroe, including videos, ... The couple had two daughters and a son who died as an infant. ... However, once written, Monroe felt the document gave too much power to the government and did not ...

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Apr 27, 2015 ... Today, on the 257th anniversary of James Monroe's birth, here are ... Monroe did not return to William & Mary, but finished his legal .... Considered the last of the founding fathers, Monroe died coincidentally on July 4th, 1831.

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James Monroe was the last of the Founding Fathers to become President. ... Unfortunately these "good feelings" did not endure, although Monroe, his ... Some 20 years after Monroe died in 1831, this became known as the Monroe Doctrine.

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Nov 6, 2014 ... Find out how James Monroe's experience as a foreign minister during the ... Monroe, who died in 1831, was the last of the Founding Fathers.

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... Presidents Questions. How Did Each Dead President Die?? ... James Monroe: debility (most likely tuberculosis, caught after the onset of a cold). John Quincy ...

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James Monroe was born in 1758 in Virginia to a prosperous family. ... War: 1814 — during the War of 1812; President of the US: 1817-1825; Death: July 4, 1831.

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Sep 26, 2017 ... James Monroe. born. April 28, 1758. Westmoreland, Virginia. died .... Monroe did nothing, moreover, to reconcile the French to the Jay Treaty, ...

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James Monroe was the last American President of the “Virginia Dynasty”—of the first five men who held that position, four hailed from Virginia. Monroe also had a long and distinguished public career as a soldier, diplomat, ... Death Date. July 4  ...