James Monroe. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Revolutionary Pensions

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  • United States -- Claims

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Other titlesRevolutionary pensions, Monroe, James
SeriesH.rp.492
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination3 p.
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Book Description: First published inThe Autobiography of James Monroe collects the compelling fragments of Monroe's unfinished autobiography, written after his retirement from the presidency. The memoirs trace his boyhood, education, and experiences during his long service as a public servant before becoming president.

First published inThe Autobiography of James Monroe collects the compelling fragments of Monroe’s unfinished autobiography, written after his retirement from the presidency.

The memoirs trace his boyhood, education, and experiences during his long service as a public servant before becoming by: 3. Manuscript/Mixed Material James Monroe Papers: Series 3, Letterbooks and Account Book, ; Vol.

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Representative, U.S. Governor, Diplomat Birth Date Ap Death Date July 4, Education Campbelltown Academy, College of Born: Get this from a library. James Monroe, young patriot.

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