James Monroe (1817-1825)

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POSITIONS:

Secretary of State (1811-1817)
Secretary of War (1814-1815)
President (1817-1825)

FIRST LADY:

Elizabeth Monroe
Elizabeth Monroe

VICE PRESIDENT:

Daniel D. Tompkins
Daniel D. Tompkins

OVERVIEW:

James_Monroe_White_House_portrait_1819White House
Ashlawn-Highland
Miller Center
University of Mary Washington
American Presidents (C-SPAN)
Department of State
History Channel

RESOURCES:

James Monroe3Papers (University of Mary Washington)
Papers  (Library of Congress)

Public Papers (American Presidency Project)
Speech Archive (Miller Center)
Smithsonian Collection

1816 ELECTION:

James Monroe
James Monroe
Rufus King
Rufus King

1817 INAUGURATION:

James Monroe
Inaugural Address (1817)
Library of Congress (1817)
Joint Congressional Committee (1817)

1820 ELECTION:

James Monroe
James Monroe

1821 INAUGURATION:

Inaugural Address (1821)
Library of Congress (1821)
Joint Congressional Committee (1821)

CABINET:

James_Monroe_Cabinet
James Monroe Presides Over a Cabinet Meeting in 1823

Attorney General:
Richard Rush (1817)
William Wirt (1817–1829)

Secretary of the Navy:
Benjamin W. Crowninshield (1815–1818)
Smith Thompson (1819–1823)
Samuel L. Southard (1823–1829)

Postmaster General:
Return J. Meigs, Jr. (1814–1823)
John McLean (1823–1829)

Secretary of State:
Richard Rush (1817)
John Quincy Adams (1817–1825)

Secretary of the Treasury:
William H. Crawford (1816–1825)

Secretary of War:
John C. Calhoun (1817–1825)
George Graham (1816-1817)

SUPREME COURT NOMINEE:

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Smith Thompson (1823-1843)

 

CONGRESS:

Speaker of the House:
Henry Clay (1815-1820)
John W. Taylor (1820-1821)
Philip P. Barbour (1821-1823)
Henry Clay (1823-1825)

HISTORIC SITES:

AshLawnHighland (1)
James Monroe’s Highland in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Highland
C-SPAN Cities Tour
Birthplace
Museum and Memorial Library

IMAGE GALLERY:

James MonroeJames Monroe3James_Monroe_White_House_portrait_1819James MonroeJohn_Vanderlyn_-_James_Monroe_-_Google_Art_Project

ARTICLES:

Monroe’s Home May Not Have Been So Humble After All (NYT, 5/10/2016)

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