Monticello, a family story
Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 289 pages
The private Thomas Jefferson has been little studied, and even less understood. Now Elizabeth Langhorne, drawing upon published records and hitherto unpublished documents, has produced an intimate and fascinating account of our third president and the numerous members of his family as they lived their private and sometimes tumultuous lives.
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Langhorne's study turns on Thomas Jefferson's relations with his family, especially with his daughters Maria and Martha, and his son-in-law Thomas Randolph, Martha's husband. In the background and ... Read full review
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