U.S. History

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Monroe's Humble Home Maybe Not So Humble

What we thought was his home may have been merely a guest house

(Newser) - History doesn't change. But our depth of knowledge and understanding of it certainly does. Case in point: the Virginia home of founding father James Monroe. People have long believed that the fifth US president lived in a modest, two-bedroom house at Highland, his homestead from 1799 to 1823 located...

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