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1809
   President of the United States was   
James Madison
Featured on the 5000 dollar note (not in use any more)
4th
   President of the United States was   
James Madison
James Madison
   served as U.S. President as a   
Democratic-Republican
George Clinton
   served as Vice-President under   
Thomas Jefferson / James Madison
Died in office, April 20, 1812
Elbridge Gerry
   served as Vice-President under   
James Madison
Died in office, Nov. 23, 1814
James Madison
   was a   
Congressman, U.S. House of Representatives
James Madison
   was born in   
Virginia
Before U.S. became a country
James Madison
   was the   
Shortest President
5 feet 4 inches
James Madison
   First Lady was   
Dolley Payne Todd
James Madison
   is/was the   
U.S. President
1809
James Madison
   had the nickname   
The Father of the Constitution
James Madison
   had the nickname   
The Sage of Montpelier
James Madison
   had the nickname   
Withered Little Apple-John
James Madison
   had the nickname   
The Fugitive President
James Madison
   had the nickname   
Little Jemmy
He only stood 5'4"
James Madison
   had the nickname   
His Little Majesty
James Madison University
   is situated in   
Harrisonburg
Virginia, United States
James Madison University
   has   
Duke Dog
Was introduced 1972-73. Virginia
George Clinton
   served as Vice-President under   
James Madison
Gabriel Duvall
   was appointed by   
James Madison
1811-1835
Joseph Story
   was appointed by   
James Madison
1812-1845
DeWitt Clinton
   lost the election to   
James Madison
1812
George Clinton
   lost the election to   
James Madison
1808
James Madison University
   is in   
Harrisonburg
Virginia
James Madison
   is   

4th US President, 1809-1817
March 4, 1809
   the oath was recited by   
James Madison
House Chamber, U.S. Capitol by John Marshall, Chief Justice of Supreme Court
March 4, 1813
   the oath was recited by   
James Madison
House Chamber, U.S. Capitol by John Marshall, Chief Justice of Supreme Court






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