Asked in Who Would Win, James Madison
Who would win in a fight James Madison or James Monroe?
James Monroe was a much bigger, stronger, and more athletic man than was Madison. I would bet on Monroe. ...
Asked in US Presidents, George Washington, John Adams
Which man did not serve as President of the US prior to the War of 1812 john Adams george washington James Monroe thomas Jefferson?
James Monroe served after the War of 1812 was over.
Asked in US Presidents, James Monroe
How does history view James Monroe's ethics and morality in office?
James Monroe was viewed as a very moral man, Thomas Jefferson said that "Monroe was so honest that if you turned his soul inside out there would not be a spot on it." ...
Asked in US Presidents, James Madison
Which man served as the secretery of state and secratary of war when James maddison was president?
Future President James Monroe served in both positions simultaneously.
Asked in US Presidents
What city in Louisiana is named after an American president?
Monroe comes to mind ,but it was named for a steamer , the James Monroe, which was named for the President James Monroe , so indirectly it is named for a president. There is a town of Washington, LA, undoubtedly named for George in some way, either directly or after a man who took his name from George. ...
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What is Robert livingstons occupation?
Robert Livingston was a man from NY. He was from NY. Graduated form Columbia University (known as York College back then) He was one of the 5 delegates who helped draft the Declaration of Independence. Livingston along with James Monroe helped America purchase Louisiana. He was also a Grandmaster Freemason who inaugurated George Washington, John Adams and James Monroe. ...
Asked in US Presidents
Who was the last US president to wear a powdered wig?
The Internet consensus seems to be that it was James Monroe, but I cannot find any pictures of him that look like he was wearing a wig. Maybe he wore one on formal occasions when he was a young man. His predecessor, James Madison, certainly wore wigs. Some say it was John Quincy Adams... others say James Monroe. According to a biography on James Monroe: "Monroe was the last U.S. President to wear a powdered wig and knee breeches according to the men's...
Asked in James Monroe
How did president James Monroe get elected?
James Monroe was the best man for the job. He was almost unopposed. DeWitt Clinton ran as an independent, the Federalists did not choose anyone. Madison got all but one electoral votes. William Plumber voted for John Quincy Adams. ...
Asked in US Presidents, Famous Quotations, James Monroe
What were some of James Monroe's quotes?
It is only when the people become ignorant and corrupt, when they degenerate into a populace, that they are incapable of exercising their sovereignty. James Monroe The best form of government is that which is most likely to prevent the greatest sum of evil. James Monroe A little flattery will support a man through great fatigue. James Monroe If we look to the history of other nations, ancient or modern, we find no example of a growth so rapid, so gigantic, of a people so prosperous...
Were there any important people in the southern colonies?
Well, if you consider George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, Francis Marion, and a bunch of others 'important people,' there sure were. Washington, our first President, was a Virginian. Jefferson not only authored the Declaration of Independence, he was the third President & the man who acquired the Louisiana Purchase. He was also a Virginian. James Madison, another Virginian and President, authored the Bill of Rights. Monroe was President--yet another Virginian. Marion, known as The Swamp Fox, was one of the...
Asked in US Civil War, US Presidents
What president served as secretary of war and secretary of state during the war of 1812?
James Monroe is the man. He went on to become the next President.
Which man did not serve as president of the united state prior to the war of 1812?
James Monroe served after the War of 1812. He came into office in 1815.