Thomas Jefferson: In His Own Words (Large Print 16pt)
ReadHowYouWant.com, 2010 - 148 pages
This beautiful special edition is a reproduction of Jefferson's garden and farm journals along with selected correspondence on gardening and farming from Jefferson to Washington, Adams, Madison, and others. The book includes an introduction by Henry Steele Commager, Jefferson's own drawings of Monticello, plans and sketches for his gardens, and photographs of his journals. Color photographs show off the magnificence of Monticello, the gardens and the farm today.
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