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  1. James Madison Jr. was born on March 16, 1751 (March 5, 1750, Old Style), at Belle Grove Plantation near Port Conway in the Colony of Virginia, to James Madison Sr. and Nelly Conway Madison. His family had lived in Virginia since the mid-17th century. [6]

  2. Un vistazo sobre Madison es proveído por las primeras notas biográficas escritas de la Casa Blanca A Colored Man's Reminiscences of James Madison (Recuerdos de James Madison por un Hombre de Color, 1865), escritas por el antiguo esclavo de Madison Paul Jennings quien trabajó para el presidente desde la edad de 10 años, sirviendo como lacayo, y después como su ayudante de cámara para el ...

  3. The James Madison Education Fund Inc. is a private, non-profit organization founded in 1994 as a partner organization to the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation with a mission to encourage study of the United States Constitution, its roots, its formation, its principles, and its development.

  4. James Madison married widow Dolley Dandling Payne in 1794. As chief executive throughout the War of 1812, he displayed little understanding of military matters. The British were seizing cargoes from American-owned ships.

  5. James Madison eases by ODU 37-3 behind three interceptions — Todd Centeio passed for 304 yards, Kris Thornton had 140 yards receiving and the James Madison defense made three interceptions in a ...

  6. James Madison, America’s fourth President (1809-1817), made a major contribution to the ratification of the Constitution by writing The Federalist Papers, along with Alexander Hamilton and John Jay.

  7. www.whitehouse.gov › about-the-white-house › presidentsPresidents | The White House

    James Madison The 4th President of the United States James Madison James Monroe ... James Carter The 39th President of the United States James Carter Ronald Reagan The 40th ...

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