2 edition of Index to the James Monroe papers. found in the catalog.
Index to the James Monroe papers.
Library of Congress. Manuscript Division.
by Manuscript Division, Reference Department, Library of Congress in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Series||Presidents" papers index series|
|LC Classifications||Z8587.8 .U5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 25 p.|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||62060006|
James Monroe (–), president of the United States, –25, was a longtime friend, political ally, and frequent correspondent of TJ. He attended the College of William and Mary, attained the rank of major in the Continental army during the Revolutionary War, and studied law under TJ before his admission to the Virginia bar in Scope and Content Note. The collection consists of some business papers and legal records of James Monroe Smith. The papers are concened mostly with a lawsuit against Cowan, Usry & Co., of Worth County, Georgia, and a suit contesting the disposition of .
University of Mary Washington College Avenue Fredericksburg, Virginia Papers: In the James Monroe Papers, , 5 items. The collection includes an account of an interview by James Monroe, Frederick Muhlenberg, and Abraham Venable with Mrs. James Reynolds concerning her and her husband's dealings with Alexander Hamilton.
Jefferson Papers Title Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 19 June Author Jefferson, Thomas Recipient Monroe, James Date 19 June Reference Cite as “Thomas Jefferson to James Monroe, 19 June ,” Founders Online, National Archives, James Monroe Whitfield (c. Ap – Ap ) was an African American poet, abolitionist, and political activist. He was a notable writer and activist in abolitionism and African emigration during the antebellum published the book "America and other poems" in , which is still in print.
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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.
Monroe's papers document his presidency and also his prior careers as secretary of state. Provenance of the James Monroe Papers. How did the James Monroe papers come to the Library of Congress. This essay by Dorothy S. Eaton, a former curator in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress, tells the story.
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The Papers of James Monroe: A Documentary History of the Presidential Tours of James Monroe, Volume 1 by James Monroe avg rating — 0 ratings — published THIS INDEX to the James Monroe Papers is a direct result of the wish of the Congress and the President, as expressed by Public Law of Augand amended by Public Law approved Septemto arrange, index, and microfilm the papers of the Presidents in the Library of Congress in order "to.
[From Index to the James Monroe Papers (Washington, D.C.: ), pp. v-xi] When James Monroe retired from the Presidency on March 4,he returned to Oak Hill, his estate in Loudoun County, Va.  In the years that followed, his attempts to pay his debts and to better his financial condition must have required the.
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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. Scope and Contents. The James Monroe Daugherty Papers,pertain to the business affairs of James Daugherty, including contracts with Indian Agencies, Daugherty’s bankruptcy (), production and marketing aspects of his cattle enterprises in and around Abilene and Van Horn, and mining ventures in Mexico and other investment interests.
Until now most Monroe scholarship has been limited to the resources available at the Library of Congress, the NY Public Library, the Monroe Museum, and the College of William and Mary. These collections are only a portion of the widely scattered material that is available.
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This publication resembles other Library of Congress handlists of the papers of. MONROE, JAMES, (nephew of James Monroe ), a Representative from New York; born in Albemarle County, Va., Septem ; was graduated from the United States Military Academy, West Point, N.Y., in and assigned to the Artillery Corps; served in the war with Algiers; served as aide to Gen.
Winfield Scott ; commissioned a second. COLE (JAMES REID) PAPERS, DAUGHERTY (JAMES MONROE) PAPERS, () EBERSTADT COLLECTION, Gilbert (Charles E., Sr.) Papers THOMPSON (ROBERT ANDREW) PAPERS, Ables, Robert Luther.
DE ZAVALA (ADINA EMILIA) PAPERS, () Abolitionists and abolitionism. see also Liberia. James Monroe to Fulwar Skipwith, MaMonroe Papers, NN. Citation provided by the Papers of James Monroe Project. Daniel Preston, "James Monroe and the Practicalities of Emancipation and Colonization" in New Directions in the Study of African American Colonization, eds.
Beverly C. Tomek and Matthew J. Hetrick (Gainesville. The writings of James Monroe, including a collection of his public and private papers and correspondence now for the first time printed by Monroe, James, ; Hamilton, Stanislaus Murray,ed. Get this from a library. James Monroe papers. [James Monroe; Library of Congress.
Manuscript Division.] -- Governor of Virginia, and president of the United States. Correspondence relate to negotiations for the Louisiana Purchase and Monroe-Pinkney treaty; the War ofthe Florida Purchase and other. Papers of James Monroe: Listed in Chronological Order from the Original Manuscripts in the Library of Congress.
U.S. Government Printing Office, - Manuscripts - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. Regarding Monroe, my local library only has the American Presidents Series entry and “The Presidency of James Monroe”.
I would quite like to read something with a bit more girth to it. There’s currently a low-priced copy of the Cresson book for sale on eBay I was contemplating on purchasing. The Federalist Papers is a collection of 85 articles and essays written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay under the pseudonym "Publius" to promote the ratification of the United States collection was commonly known as The Federalist until the name The Federalist Papers emerged in the 20th century.
The original plan was to write a total of .- James Monroe He was the fifth president of the United States () and the last of the so-called Virginia dynasty of U.S.
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