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Given thin holiday trading last week, the dearth of information sent investors to the sidelines, according to Steve Georgy, the president of agriculture broker and adviser Allendale Inc., based ...
Successful math and science nonprofit expands to West Baltimore school — once one of the state's worstBaltimore Sun6 days ago
Lisette Morris froze when she saw a map showing where special academic programs for city schoolchildren were located. Wide swaths of West Baltimore were barren. Morris runs The Ingenuity Project ...
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A Biography of James McHenry. McHenry was born at Ballymena, County Antrim, Ireland, in 1753. He enjoyed a classical education at Dublin, and emigrated to Philadelphia in 1771.
James McHenry, who represented Maryland at the Constitutional Convention, was a recent immigrant to America. Like many of those who would come after, he quickly developed a strong sense of patriotism, which he then demonstrated by volunteering to defend his new homeland.
James McHenry was an American statesman during early 19th century. He was born on November 16, 1753 and died on May 3, 1816. He was one of the signers of the United States Constitution, from Maryland.
From 1789 to 1791, McHenry sat in the state assembly and in the years 1791-96 again in the senate. A staunch Federalist, he then accepted Washington's offer of the post of Secretary of War and held it into the administration of John Adams. McHenry looked to Hamilton rather than to Adams for leadership.
Following the war, McHenry was one of three physicians (others were Hugh Williamson and James McClurg) who participated in the Constitutional Convention to create the new Constitution of the United States. James McHenry Childhood. Little is known of the early life of McHenry. He was born on 20 December 1785 in Larne, Ireland.
James McHenry (November 16, 1753 – May 3, 1816) was an early American statesman. McHenry was a signer of the United States Constitution from Maryland and the namesake of Fort McHenry. He was a delegate to the Continental Congress from Maryland, and the third United States Secretary of War (1796–1800), under the first and second presidents ...