9TH INAUGURAL CEREMONIES TEST

JAMES

MONROE

March 5th, 1821

DANIEL D.

TOMPKINS

THE SWEARING-IN CEREMONIES

The Swearing-In Ceremony:

James Monroe was sworn-in for his second term as the 5th President of the United States, and Daniel D. Tompkins was sworn-in for his second term as the 6th Vice President of the United States.

Location:

House of Representatives Chamber, U.S. Capitol
Washington, D.C.

Weather:

Snow began on Saturday evening, March 3, making Washington snowbound by Sunday afternoon. It continued through Inauguration Day forcing Monroe to take his oath of office in the House chamber.

FACTS, FIRSTS & PRECEDENTS

Monroe’s Inauguration was the first inauguration to fall on a Sunday. Monroe decided to hold the Inaugural Ceremony on Monday, March 5, after consulting with Supreme Court justices.