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  1. Dolley Payne Todd Madison (20 de mayo de 1768 – 12 de julio de 1849) fue la esposa del cuarto presidente de los Estados Unidos, James Madison, y primera dama de los EE. UU. desde 1809 hasta 1817.

  2. Dolley Todd Madison (née Payne; May 20, 1768 – July 12, 1849) was the wife of James Madison, the fourth president of the United States from 1809 to 1817. She was noted for holding Washington social functions in which she invited members of both political parties, essentially spearheading the concept of bipartisan cooperation.

  3. Hace 3 días · Dolley Madison (born May 20, 1768, Guilford county, North Carolina [U.S.]—died July 12, 1849, Washington, D.C., U.S.) was an American first lady (1809–17), the wife of James Madison, fourth president of the United States. Raised in the plain style of her Quaker family, she was renowned for her charm, warmth, and ingenuity.

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  4. Dolley Madison, the fourth First Lady of the United States, is widely remembered as the most lively of the early First Ladies. Despite her Quaker roots, she was outgoing, energetic, fun-loving, and kind. As a prominent entertainer and hostess, she helped shape the role of First Lady and served as the model for every future First Lady to come.

  5. 9 de nov. de 2009 · Dolley Madison (1768-1849) was an American first lady (1809-1817) and the wife of James Madison, the fourth president of the United States. One of Washington, D.C.’s most successful hostesses,...

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  6. 3 de abr. de 2014 · History & Culture. Abolitionists. Dolley Madison is best known as the wife of United States President James Madison, who served from 1809 to 1817. Updated: Apr 23, 2021. Getty Images....

  7. Dolley Madison. Wikimedia Commons. Title First Lady of the United States. War & Affiliation War of 1812 / American. Date of Birth - Death May 20, 1768-July 12, 1849. One of the most intriguing women to emerge from the pages of American history is Dolley Madison, the wife of America's fourth president, James Madison.