The garden and farm books of Thomas Jefferson

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Fulcrum, Sep 1, 1987 - Gardening - 528 pages
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Includes Jefferson's correspondence, drawings, and plans for Monticello's gardens. Jefferson's journals on horticulture at Monticello, his achievements, failures, and plans with some of his letters on the subject to Washington, Madison, Adams. The size and quality of the book is explained by the editor's situation: founder and first president, prime computer, and founder an president of fulcrum (and a serious historian and naturalist). Limited edition, $35.00

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Reproductions of Jefferson's garden and farm journals, along with selected correspondence on gardening and farming from Jefferson to Washington, Adams, Madison, and others. Read full review

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Interesting, but I had to return it without finishing it. Read full review


Publishers Preface
Thomas Jefferson and the Character of America
The Gardens at Monticello and Their Restoration

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About the author (1987)

Robert C. Baron, the founder and chairman of Fulcrum Publishing, is a historian, scientist, and the author of or contributor to 25 books, including Pioneers and Plodders: The American Entrepreneurial Spirit.