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History, Politics & Society
Who was elected in 1808 and 1812?
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Who was the Vice-President of the United States in 1808?
George Clinton (born July 26, 1739 in Little Britain, New York; died April 20, 1812 in Washington DC) succeeded Aaron Burr as the fourth vice-President of the United States, serving between March 4, 1805 and his death on April 20, 1812, including the whole of 1808. ...
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Who were the candidates in the 1808 election?
1808 Presidential Election The candidates for the Presidential election of 1808 were; James Madison (Democratic-Republican), Charles Pinckney (Federalist), and George Clinton (Democratic-Republican). James Madison won the election to become the 4th President of the United States. Madison was reelected in 1812, and was in office from March 4, 1809 to March 4, 1817. His Vice President was George Clinton from 1809-1812, and Elbridge Gerry from 1813-1814. Both Vice Presidents died in office....
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How did James Madison contribute in the War of 1812 and the colonies?
he got elected because he wanted 2 be free
What element was discovered in 1808?
Four elements were discovered in 1808. The elements and their discoverer(s) are: Barium (Davy 1808) Calcium (Davy 1808) Magnesium (Black 1775; Davy 1808) Boron (Davy; Gay-Lussac & Thenard 1808) ...
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Who was James Madison vice president in 1808?
James Madison did not become the President until 1809, at which point George Clinton was the Vice President. George Clinton was also the Vice President to Thomas Jefferson in 1808, serving from 1805 March 4 until his death on 1812 April 20. ...
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What happened first the non intercourse act or James Madison elected?
James Madison was elected in November, 1808. The non intercourse act was passed on March 1, 1809, a few days before Madison was inaugurated as president. ...