President Monroe

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Noun1.President Monroe - 5th President of the United StatesPresident Monroe - 5th President of the United States; author of the Monroe Doctrine (1758-1831)
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When President Monroe arrived in Southeast Michigan a month later, many Monroe residents believed he would take the opportunity to visit the county named after him and acknowledge the honor.
Calhoun almost persuaded President Monroe to risk war with Turkey by helping the Greeks.
Down the road from Monticello is the home of President Monroe, set in fertile pastures, vineyards, and forests of broad-leafed trees that look spectacular in autumn.
entangling alliances with none." And John Quincy Adams, despite being author of the doctrine that carries President Monroe's name, sounded like the worst isolationist of all when he said America "goes not abroad in search of monsters to destroy.
In 1824, the ACS established the colony of Liberia, changing the capital city's name to Monrovia, after President Monroe. From 1822 to 1867 the ACS assisted in the repatriation of 19,000 people, including 4,540 who were freeborn, 7,000 who were released from slavery and 5,700 who were recaptured from slave vessels.
While in Tokyo, President Monroe also installed 26 new CPM designees, recognized new MPSA graders and faculty, and welcomed Morikuni "Mike" Kono, CPM, as president of the chapter for 2009-2010.
Arguments among women about etiquette had such serious political and diplomatic consequences that President Monroe had to convene a Cabinet meeting to discuss which women were required to pay calls and on whom.
-Between 1817 and 1825, he served as President Monroe's Secretary of State.
The Harper's Ferry Class LSD is the second Navy ship to bear that name and carries the motto "Nations' Protector." It was derived from the Monroe Doctrine which was penned by President Monroe at his home in Oak Hill.

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