On the Reverse side of the Elizabeth Monroe First Spouse Gold Coin the First Lady is depicted in her finery as she was described on the day the White House reopened during the reception in 1818. The White House had suffered damage as a result of the British invasion during the War of 1812 when British troops had occupied Washington. Dolley Madison is famous for having escaped just in time, and rescuing the portrait of George Washington from defacement at the hands of the invading British. Elizabeth Monroe’s years of study, and exposure to European society, helped her turn the White House into a more formal place of politics and society.
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