American Presidents

James Monroe

James Monroe

Books By James Monroe

  • A View of the Conduct of the Executive in the Foreign Affairs of the United States 1797

Books About James Monroe
  • Harry Ammon, ed., James Monroe. A Bibliography, Westport, Conn., 1990
  • Harry Ammon, James Monroe: The Quest for National Identity, NY: McGraw-Hill 1971
  • Samuel Flagg Bemis, John Quincy Adams and the Foundations of American Foreign Policy, New York, 1949
  • Irving Brant, James Madison, (6 vols.) New York, 1941-1961
  • W.P. Cresson, James Monroe Chapel Hill: Univ. of NC Press 1946
  • Noble E. Cunningham, Jr., The Presidency of James Monroe, Lawrence, Kans., 1995
  • George Dangerfield, Era of Good Feelings, New York, 1952
  • Alexander DeConde, Entangling Alliances: Politics and Diplomacy Under Washington, Durham, N.C., 1958
  • Stanislaus Murray Hamilton, ed., Writings of James Monroe, (7 vols.), New York, 1898-1903
  • Dumas Malone, Jefferson and His Time, (7 vols.) New York, 1948-1981
  • Ernest R. May, The Making of the Monroe Doctrine, Cambridge, Mass., 1975
  • Bradford Perkins, Castlereagh and Adams: England and the United States, 1812-1823, Berkeley, Calif., 1964
  • Dexter Perkins, The Monroe Doctrine, 1823-1826, Cambridge, Mass., 1927
  • Robert V Remini, Andrew Jackson, (3 vols.) New York, 1977-1984
  • Robert V Remini, Martin Van Buren and the Making of the Democratic Party, New York, 1967
  • Norman K. Risjord, The Old Republicans: Southern Conservatism in the Age of Jefferson, New York, 1965
  • Hugh R. Soulsby, The Right of Search and the Slave Trade in Anglo-American Relations, 1814-1862, Baltimore, 1933
  • Arthur Styron, The Last of the Cocked Hats: James Monroe and the Virginia Dynasty Norman: Univ. of OK Press 1945
  • Arthur P Whitaker, The United States and the Independence of Latin America of Latin America, Baltimore, 1941
  • Leonard D. White, The Jeffersonians: A Study in Ad-ministrative History, 1801-1829, New York, 1951
  • Lucius Wilmerding, Jr., James Monroe, Public Claimant, New Brunswick, NJ., 1960
  • Charles M. Wiltse, John C. Calhoun, (3 vols.) New York, 1944-1951

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