James Monroe

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  • Born: April 28, 1758
  • Died: July 4, 1831
  • Wife: Elizabeth Monroe
  • Children: 3
  • Level of Education: College
  • School: College of William and Mary
  • Religion: Episcopalian
  • Prior Professions: Military, Lawyer
  • Military Service: Lieutenant Colonel

Presidency

Cabinet

  • Secretary of State: John Graham (interim), March 4, 1817; Richard Rush (interim), March 10, 1817; John Quincy Adams, March 5, 1817, entered upon duties September 22, 1817
  • Secretary of the Treasury: William H. Crawford, continuing from previous administration
  • Secretary of War: George Graham (interim), March 4, 1817; John C. Calhoun, October 8, 1817, entered upon duties December 10, 1817
  • Attorney General: Richard Rush, continuing from previous administration; William Wirt, November 13, 1817, entered upon duties November 15, 1817
  • Postmaster General: Return J. Meigs, Jr., continuing from previous administration; John McLean, June 26, 1823, entered upon duties July 1, 1823
  • Secretary of the Navy: Benjamin W. Crowninshield, continuing from previous administration; John C. Calhoun (interim), October 1, 1818; Smith Thompson, November 9, 1818, entered upon duties January 1, 1819; John Rodgers (interim), September 1, 1823; Samuel L. Southard, September 16, 1823

Other Positions Held

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