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—