Ammon, Harry. James Monroe: The Quest for Natural Identity. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1971.
Angel, Edward. “James Monroe’s Mission to Paris, 1794-1796.” Ph.D. diss., George Washington University, 1979.
Bond, Beverly W., Jr. “The Monroe Mission To France, 1794-1796.” Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science 23, no. 2-3. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1907.
Cresson, W. P. James Monroe. Hamden, Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1946.
Cunningham, Noble E., Jr. Jefferson and Monroe: Constant Friendship and Respect. Charlottesville, VA: Thomas Jefferson Foundation, 2003.
___________. The Presidency of James Monroe. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1996.
Dangerfield, George. The Awakening of American Nationalism, 1815-1828. New York: Harper & Row, 1965.
___________. The Era of Good Feelings. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Company, Inc., 1952.
Gawalt, Gerard. “James Monroe, Presidential Planter.” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography (1993): 251-272.
Gross, Norman, ed. America’s Lawyer Presidents: From Law Office to Oval Office. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2004.
Hamilton, Stanislaus M. The Writings of James Monroe, 7 vols. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1898-1903.
Hickey, Donald. “The Monroe-Pinkney Treaty of 1806: A Reappraisal.” William & Mary Quarterly, 3rd series, 44 (1987): 65-88.
Holmes, David L. The Faiths of the Founding Fathers. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006.
Holmes, David L. “The Religion of James Monroe.” The Virginia Quarterly Review, Volume 79 (2003).
Jollivette, Steven. “James Monroe and the Republican Triumph.” PhD diss., University of California, 1994.
Langston-Harrison, Lee. A Presidential Legacy: The Monroe Collection. Fredericksburg, VA: James Monroe Museum, 1997.
___________. Images of a President: Portraits of James Monroe. Fredericksburg, VA: James Monroe Museum, 1992.
Leibiger, Stuart. A Companion to James Madison and James Monroe. . Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.
Moats, Sandra A. “The Last Republican: James Monroe’s Tours and the Politics of Succession.” PhD diss., Los Angeles: University of California, 2001.
Monroe, James. The People the Sovereigns. Cumberland, VA: James River Press, 1987.
__________. The Autobiography of James Monroe. Edited by Stuart Gerry Brown. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1959.
Norwood, Patricia. “Salon Music of President Monroe’s Family.” American Music, Vol 26, No. 1 (Spring 2008): p. 104-113.
Perkins, Bradford. Prologue to War; England and the United States, 1805-1812. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1961.
___________. The First Rapprochement: England and the United States, 1795-1805. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1955.
Perkins, Dexter. The Monroe Doctrine, 1823-1826. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1933.
——————. The Monroe Doctrine, 1867-1907. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1937.
Poston, Brook. “James Monroe and Historical Legacy.” Ph.D. dissertation, Texas Christian University, 2012.
___________. “James Monroe: A Republican Champion.” University Press of Florida, 2019.
Scherr, Arthur. “James Monroe and John Adams: An Unlikely ‘Friendship’.” The Historian, 67 (2005): 405-433).
___________. “James Monroe, John Adams, and Southern Honor: Dueling with the Passions.” Southern Studies, new series, 7 (1996): 1-26.
___________. “James Monroe on the Presidency and ‘Foreign Influence’: From the Virginia Ratifying Convention (1788) to Jefferson’s Election (1801).” Mid-America: An Historical Review, 84 (2002): 145-206.
___________. “The Limits of Republican Ideology: James Monroe in Thermidorian Paris, 1794-1796.” Mid-America: An Historical Review, 79 (1997): 5-45.
“The Confidence of His Country: James Monroe on Impeachment.” The Midwest Quarterly, 44 (2003): 27-45.
Wilmerding, Lucius, Jr. James Monroe, Public Claimant. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1960.