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Transcript of James Monroe
He was born in Westmoreland County, Virginia.
James Monroe married Elizabith Kortright and
had 2 girls and 1 boy.
James Monroe died July 4th in New York. Biography James Monroe went to the college of
James Monroe was a governor, lawyer, and a politician before he was a president. Before Presidency James Monroe was the 5th president and served
two terms. During these terms he traveled to many states and Eli Whitney's cotton gin was introduced. Florida became a U.S. territory, roads were built and old roads were repaired, and Monroe gave his famous speech the "Monroe Doctrine" which did not let foreign armies into the western hemisphere. Also Spain's colonies declared independence from Spain. The vice president at the time was Daniel D. Tompkins.
James Monroe's years served were March 4th 1817 to March 4th 1825. Presidential Years James Monroe left office because he didn't want to run again and he retired after being
president. After Presidency James Monroe kept the 1700's look
He got a lot of votes and won every presidential election he ran for.
He died July 4th (The 4th of July).
He was buried in New York and
then dug up and got buried in Virginia again. Fun Facts The book this information is out of is titled
"James Monroe". The author of this book is
Michael Tietlbaum. This book was published by
Compass Point Books and it was published at 2722 West 50th Street Minneapolis, Minnesota. The copyright year was 2003.
I did not use information from the internet for this presentation. Sources