James buchanan

[byoo-kan-uh n, buh-] /byuˈkæn ən, bə-/

James, 1791–1868, 15th president of the U.S. 1857–61.
George. 1506–82, Scottish historian, who was tutor to Mary, Queen of Scots and James VI; author of History of Scotland (1582)
James. 1791–1868, 15th president of the US (1857–61)


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