Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest: The Mathematics of an Ideal Villa
Features Poplar Forest, a plantation and estate in Forest, Virginia, that belonged to U.S. President Thomas Jefferson. Notes that Jefferson designed the home, which he began constructing in 1806. Posts contact information via mailing address and telephone and fax numbers. Highlights grounds tours and exhibits, admission information, directions to the historic site, and a calendar of events. Details the history of the plantation and the restoration of the historic site.
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