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  • James Madison Howland, born in New Hampshire, and Ole Jenson, born in Sweden, both proved that they were free American citizens by grunting, "I don’t know whether I got any or not," or "Well, you can’t expect me to get it delivered by noon."
  • Kennicott, Sam Clark, Jackson Elder, young Dr. McGanum, and James Madison Howland, teetering on their toes near the stove, conversed with the sedate pomposity of the commercialist.

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  • James Madison’s Federalist No. 10 is considered by many to be the most cited of the Federalists Papers.
  • You can barely go fifty feet without hitting a historical marker for the place this army crossed, or that guy died, or where James Madison lived—
    Alexandra Bracken  --  The Darkest Minds

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