Includes bibliographical references (235-241) and index.
|Statement||Catherine M. Rokicky.|
|LC Classifications||E664.M69 R65 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 249 p. :|
|Number of Pages||249|
|LC Control Number||2001000960|
In this powerful new biography, award-winning author Harlow Giles Unger reveals the epic story of James Monroe—the last of America’s Founding Fathers, who transformed a small fragile nation beset by enemies into a glorious and powerful empire stretching “from sea to shining sea.”. A biography of James Monroe who became the fifth president of the United States in Ammon recreates his remarkable career, through his service in the revolutionary army, the Confederation Congress, to his exertions in James Madison's cabinet and his subsequent presidency/5. James Monroe, –, 5th President of the United States (–25), b. Westmoreland co., Va. Early Life Leaving the College of William and Mary in to fight in the American Revolution, he served in several campaigns and was wounded (Dec., ) at the battle of Trenton. Sep 11, · Named one of the nation's premier presidential biographers for his biography of James Monroe (The Last Founding Father), Unger is the author of twenty-four books, including eleven biographies of America's Founders and three histories of the early republic/5().
About this Collection The James Monroe Papers at the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress consist of approximately 5, items dating from to Monroe (–) was the fifth president of the United States, and one of 23 presidents whose papers are at the Library of Congress. Jul 13, · * Harlow Unger’s “The Last Founding Father: James Monroe” was written just four years ago and provides a more colorful glimpse into Monroe’s life. This biography is more more rapidly paced and easily read than Ammon’s. Unger’s biography of Monroe also features more (many more) of its author’s own opinions. This proves to be both a fundamental strength and a critical weakness of the book. Served: Book: Pleasures of the Imaginations by Mark Akenside. The last president who was also a Founding Father, James Monroe was an anti-federalist Jeffersonian. He’s best known for the creation of the Monroe Doctrine, which eventually evolved into a . James Monroe (/ m ə n ˈ r oʊ /; April 28, – July 4, ) was an American statesman, lawyer, diplomat and Founding Father who served as the fifth president of the United States from to A member of the Democratic-Republican Party, Monroe was the last president of the Virginia dynasty; his presidency coincided with the Era of Good Feelings. Preceded by: James Madison.
Books by James Monroe. The Mischievous Muse: Extant Poetry and Prose by Ibn Quzm N of Cordoba (D. Ah /Ad (2 Vols) Out of Stock. The Writings of James Monroe, Vol. 6: Including a Collection of His Public and Private Papers and Correspondence Now for the First Time Printed; (Classic Reprint) Out of Stock. Originally published in , The Autobiography of James Monroe collects compelling fragments of Monroe’s unfinished life story, written after his retirement from the presidency. Previously edited by Stuart Gerry Brown, this new edition includes a foreword by historian and documentary editor William Ferraro. The extraordinary life of James Monroe: soldier, senator, diplomat, and the last Founding Father to hold the presidency, a man who helped transform thirteen The extraordinary life of James Monroe: soldier, senator, diplomat, and the last Founding Father to hold the presidency, a man who helped transform thirteen colonies into a vibrant and mighty. Learn how James Monroe helped negotiate the Louisiana Purchase and established the Monroe DoctrineAn overview of James prideinpill.comopædia Britannica, prideinpill.com all videos for this article In , having resigned his commission in the army, he began the study of .