A Year at Monticello, 1795

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Fulcrum, Sep 22, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 117 pages
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The study of a pivotal year in the life of Thomas Jefferson.

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This is a short posthumous publication by a leading Revolutionary historian detailing Jefferson's life of quietude at his manor home, Monticello. Most of the book is about farming and Jefferson's ... Read full review


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The late Donald Jackson was one of America's leading scholars. An authority on the history of western exploration, Jackson edited the papers of Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, Zebulon Montgomery Pike, and John C. Fremont. He had been director of the University of Illinois Press and was the founding editor of the University of Virginia's George Washington Papers project.