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President James Madison

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Branwen Kammerzell

on 22 May 2013

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President James Madison By Branwen Biography Before the presidency The Presidential years Fun Fact Sources After The Presidency Before James was the President, He studied politics in the College of New Jersey. His jobs included Gardener, Author, and a Lawyer. . France and England still at war
. Federalists and Republicans at war
. North East Federalists separate to form Country
. U.S vs England, AGAIN!!!!!!!!!
. Federalists continue to against Madison
. Redcoats burn down city
. Dolly saves George Washington's picture
. December 24, 1814 Peace treaty was signed
. War of 1812 over. Why He Left Office: Chose not to run again
What He Did After Leaving Office: He advised leaders around Virginia. Then, on June 28, 1836, he died. He was the last living father of The Decoration of Independence. Book Title: James Madison
Author:Anne Welsbacher
Publisher: Abdo Publishing Company
Place of Publication: Edina, Minnesota
Copyright Date: 1999 Date Born: March 16, 1751
Place Born: Port Conway, Virginia
Married To: Dolly Madison
Children: none
Date Died: June 26, 1836
Place Died: Montpelier, Virginia
Education: College of New Jersey
Jobs: Gardener, Author, and a Lawyer
Number: 4th
Vice President: George Clinton and Elbridge Gerry.
Terms: 2
Years served: 1809-1817
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