Author:James Monroe

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James Monroe
(1758–1831)
Fifth President of the United States (1817 – 1825), with Daniel D. Tompkins, succeeding James Madison; succeeded by John Quincy Adams. Seventh Secretary of State (1811 - 1814, 1815 - 1817), eighth Secretary of War (1814 - 1815), 16th Governor of Virginia (1811), Democratic–Republican Senator from Virginia (1803 - 1807), 12th Governor of Virginia (1799 - 1802). Continental Army Lieutenant Colonel (American Revolution). Grand-uncle by marriage of Franklin Roosevelt.
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