This is a video of the restoration of James Madison’s estate in Virginia. This will be a treat for students interested in anthropology. These are films from CSPAN.
James Madison was the fourth president of the united states of america. James Madison was known as a founding father of the constitution
James Madison, also known as one of our “founding fathers”, was the fourth president of the United States. Madison was the first president to ever have served in the United States Congress. He also helped draft the first ten amendment to the constitution, also known as the Bill of Rights. Madison made several contributions to our country during his term of presidency, which gave people their rights.
James Madison was the fourth President of the United States of America and considered the most influential contributor to the United States Constitution. As a member of the new House of Representatives, he sponsored the first 10 amendments to the Constitution, commonly called the Bill of Rights. As Jefferson’s Secretary of State, Madison supervised the Louisiana Purchase from the French.
James Madison the fourth President of the United States of America was considered the “father” of the Constitution. He was one of the most brilliant man to live. He was elected to the Virgina legislature where he met Thomas Jefferson, later to be his long time best friend. He believed in the strength of the union above all. Not surprisingly Madison followed the Constitution very closely, as he did write it. A well respected man and a great President of the United States of America.
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