James Madison by: kaiden baugh

Introduction

James Madison was born in Virginia March 16,1751.His great personality is helpful to us cause he changed the world by making the Constituion. He stude up to the bill of rights. He made a speech '' Every person seems to ack nowledge of any made in the union.

Childhood

He lived most of his life in Montpelier, he was the oldest of 12 children , and often had seizures.His dads name was James Madison Sr. and his moms name was Eleanor Rose Conway Madison. He graduated college from New Jersey in 1771. He helped pass the Bill of rights to the Constitution.

Young adulthood

He graduated from a four year into a two years from Princeton University. He graduated college from New Jersey in 1771. He helped pass the Bill of rights to the Constitution.

Adulthood

He married once to Dolley Madison in September 1794 they had no children.

Work cited

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