Madison & Monroe Topics - James Madison James Monroe America’s Early Presidents Provide biographical information about James Madison below You

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James Madison & James Monroe America’s Early Presidents Provide biographical information about James Madison below. You must include birth date and location, death date and location plus at least four additional biographical facts: Born on March 16, 1751, born in Port Conway, Virginia and died June 28, 1836, He wrote the first drafts of the U.S. Constitution, He was the 4th us president, He helped write the federalist papers, and He sponsored the bill of rights. What were the causes of the War of 1812? How did Americans feel during this time period? series of economic sanctions taken by the British and French against the U.S. They felt lose and they had a series of losses including the burning of the white house. What was the Battle of Fort McHenry? What significance does this particular battle have in our history? The battle of fort mchenry was when the british tried to conquer fort mchenry but they did not succeed and from the battle came the national anthem.
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Unformatted text preview: Why was the Battle of New Orleans significant? Why did Andrew Jackson become an American Hero after this battle? It was the last battle of the war of 1812. He was major general of the U.S. In the battle after being promoted. Provide biographical information about James Monroe below. You must include birth date and location, death date and location plus at least four additional biographical facts: Born on April 28, 1758, in Westmoreland County, Virginia and died on July 4, 1831. His mother's name is elizabeth monroe. His father's name is Spence Monroe. James had 6 siblings. He had 4 kids. Explain the Missouri Compromise. They were trying to create a balance between the number of free states and slave states. They passed the compromised to declare missouri a slave state and main a free state years later. It then got repealed by the kansas nebraska act. What was the Monroe Doctrine? The united states refusing to let europeans settle in the americas....
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