Themes with James Monroe

Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Visited Coor-Bishop House New Bern
Monroe, James, Family Home Site (Boundary Increase) Monroe Hall
Work Monroe Law Office Fredericksburg
Highland Simeon
1758/04/28 Born James Monroe Family Home Site Monroe Hall
1774/00/00 James Monroe enrolls at William and Mary, graduating in 1776 Education Wren Building, College of William and Mary Williamsburg
1776/12/26 James Monroe is wounded at the Battle of Trenton American Officer Trenton Battle Monument Trenton Battle of Trenton
1809/12/23 James Monroe offers Oak Hill for sale, running an advertisement inThe Washingtonian. Owner Oak Hill Leesburg
1811/04/06 James Monroe lives in the Caldwell house while he is Secretary of State and War under James Madison. Monroe assumed duty on 6 April 1811, and worked until 3 March 1817, except from 1 Oct 1814 to 28 Fe 1815, as ad interim Secretary of State. Home Arts Club of Washington Washington, DC
1817/03/00 Monroe lives in the Caldwell house from March 1817 to September 1817, while the White house is rebuilt after burring in 1814. Home Arts Club of Washington Washington, DC
1817/10/00 President Monroe moves into White House Home The White House Washington, DC
1819/00/00 Visitor Locust Grove Louisville
1821/00/00 Prospect Hill on Waccamaw welcomes President James Monroe with a red carpet rolled out to the river. Visitor Arcadia Plantation Georgetown
1822/00/00 Monroe begins construction on the main house, a two-story brick mansion in the Federal style. Designed by James Hoban, Monroe's longtime friend and political mentor, Thomas Jefferson, offered many design suggestions. Home Oak Hill Leesburg
1824/11/23 Lafayette arrives in Washington, DC where he is received at the White House by President James Monroe. US President The White House Washington, DC Lafayette's Triumphal Tour of America
1825/04/00 After completing his second term as US President, James Monroe and his wife, Elizabeth Kortright Monroe, retire to Oak Hill. Home Oak Hill Leesburg
1825/08/09 John Q Adams and Marquis de Lafayette visit James Monroe at Oak Hill. General Lafayette held 6 month old Edmund Berkeley. Host Oak Hill Leesburg Lafayette's Triumphal Tour of America
1831/07/04 James Monroe dies of heart failure and tuberculosis Died
1858/07/05 Reburied Final Resting Place James Monroe Tomb Hollywood Cemetery
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