Jefferson Memorial: An Essay
Government Printing Office, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 47 pages
Jefferson Memorial: Interpretive Guide to Thomas Jefferson Memorial, District of Columbia Published by the National Park Service, this colorful guide discusses the history and purpose of the Jefferson Memorial, located on the National Mall in the Nation’s Capital. It also includes a biography of Thomas Jefferson -- author of the Declaration of Independence, President, educator, farmer, architect, and one of the most enlightened men of the 18th century.
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