James Madison's Montpelier

Montpelier was the estate of James Madison, fourth President of the United States. James Madison inherited Montpelier after his father's death in 1801 and retired there after his second term as president came to an end in 1817. James Madison died in 1836 and is buried in the family cemetery at Montpelier. His widow, Dolley Madison, moved back to Washington, D.C. after his death and sold the estate in 1844.
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