7 edition of Jefferson and Monticello found in the catalog.
October 15, 1990
by Holt Paperbacks
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||496|
Not to worry – this book beautifully, poignantly, and fearlessly weaves questions, themes, and stories together in ways that illuminate aspects of Thomas Jefferson, daily life at Monticello, and, as Kalman would say, “well, everything” for readers of any age. A children’s book first and foremost, content is meticulously well-researched. Memoirs of a Monticello slave was originally published in ; Jefferson at Monticello, in Description: xiv, pages: illustrations, portraits ; 22 cm: Contents: Memoirs of a Monticello slave, as dictated to C. Campbell by Isaac --Jefferson at Monticello: the.
In two years as governor, Jefferson suffered greatly amidst the push and pull of the Revolutionary War. He retired to Monticello in to care for his ailing wife, who died the following year, leaving two healthy daughters behind. Jefferson grieved profusely, ensconcing himself in his estate for weeks. The book caused a sensation in the sedate world of Jefferson scholarship. Shortly after it appeared, DNA testing established a genetic link between .
This book, a National Book Award nominee in , is the life of Thomas Jefferson as seen through the prism of his love affair with Monticello. For over half a century, it was his consuming passion, his most serious amusement. With a sure command of Brand: Holt, Henry & Company, Inc. OCLC Number: Description: 77 pages: illustrations, facsimiles, maps, portraits ; 22 cm: Contents: "Jefferson-Monticello chronology": pages
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“Gracefully written Jefferson and Monticello melds biography and social history to plumb the complexities and contradictions of our most gifted president.”―John Catanzariti, Editor, The Papers of Thomas Jefferson “McLaughlin's command of Jefferson's Jefferson and Monticello book and drawings is astonishing.
His research, combined with an engaging writing style, makes this an entertaining and Cited by: 2. Monticello—home of Thomas Jefferson, 3rd US President (POTUS3), 2nd Vice President, Secretary of State, Minister to France, Virginia governor.
Author, Declaration of Independence, VA Statute for Religious Freedom. Founder, University of Virginia. World Heritage Site, Charlottesville, VA. Daily tours. Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello is a collection of essays and color photography showcasing this extraordinary American home.
Featuring essays written by scholars at Monticello, chapters focus on all aspects of the house and plantation. An introductory chapter on the plantation and the enslaved community at Monticello provides a context in which 5/5(9).
This was the story of Martha Jefferson, her father President Thomas Jefferson, and their lives at Monticello with the backdrop of lush hills and vivid beauty of Virginia, late early I felt the writing was a bit muddled and at times I found myself drifting during the telling of the history of Jefferson, his slave and presumed mistress /5.
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We have an extensive selection related to Jefferson’s many pursuits. Find cookbooks, gardening books, architecture books and more. (Also called "book cases" or "book presses.") InThomas Jefferson "ceded" (he never used the word "sold" when referring to the transaction) his extensive personal library to the United States government to replace the holdings in the Capitol that were burned by the British in His collection of nearly seven thousand titles was perhaps the finest in the country and later it became.
Lucky for us, Jefferson had a personal library of about 6, books – an astonishing accomplishment for the time. And after some negotiations, Jefferson agreed to cede his entire library at Monticello to Congress for the sum of $23, The question was, how to transport 6, books from Virginia north to Washington, D.C., with horse-drawn.
Review of: Jefferson and Monticello: The Biography of a Builder, by Jack McLaughlin by Stan Prager () It was my great good fortune to happen upon a copy of Jefferson and Monticello: The Biography of a Builder, by Jack McLaughlin, at a used book store some months prior to my scheduled Behind the Scenes tour of Monticello.4/5.
Monticello Shop, inspired by Thomas Jefferson. Discover unique furniture, home decor, garden, seeds, plants, books, and more. Your purchase supports Monticello and its mission of education and preservation. Shop the Monticello museum store now. This book, a National Book Award nominee inis the life of Thomas Jefferson as seen through the prism of his love affair with Monticello.
For over half a century, it was his consuming passion, his most serious amusement. With a sure command of sources and skilled intuitive understanding of Jefferson, McLaughlin crafts and uncommon portrait of builder and building s: 1.
The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family is a book by American historian Annette recounts the history of four generations of the African-American Hemings family, from their African and Virginia origins until the death of Thomas Jefferson, their master and the father of Sally Hemings' children.
It is based on Gordon-Reed's study of legal records, diaries, farm Publisher: W. Norton. Jefferson read Milton and made notes in a commonplace book—a kind of general intellectual diary—and quoted both Paradise Lost and Samson Agonistes.
The author argues, through an intriguing combination of exegetical rigor and the “intuition of a poet,” that Milton provided the categories from which Jefferson could develop his argument Author: Kemmer Anderson.
Monticello (/ ˌ m ɒ n t ɪ ˈ tʃ ɛ l oʊ,-ˈ s ɛ l oʊ / MON-tih-CHEL-oh, - SEL-oh) was the primary plantation of Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, who began designing Monticello after inheriting land from his father at age Located just outside Charlottesville, Virginia, in the Piedmont region, the plantation was originally 5, acres (20 km 2), with Architect: Thomas Jefferson.
Covering the years from into the s, these valuable accounts remain the chief source of information about Thomas Jefferson's domestic and personal life, interests, habits, appearance, and day-to-day activities at Monticello. Isaac Jefferson and Edmund Bacon were each sixty-five years old when their recollections were recorded.
What they remember best, of course, are scenes from the. Book Summary: The title of this book is Thomas Jefferson's Monticello and it was written by Robert Lautman (Photographer), David McCullough (Introduction).
This particular edition is in a Hardcover format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $Pages: Monticello was also filled with Jefferson’s unique–and often ingenious–inventions. These included a revolving bookstand, a copying machine, a spherical sundial and a toenail clipper, among.
Monticello on Jefferson, Sturgeon Bay, WI. likes. An intimate boutique where art, passion, and feminity come together. Open the door be inspired. Expressive clothing. Wonderful books. Artful /5(16). Annette Gordon-Reed, a history professor at Harvard University whose book, “Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings: An American Controversy,”.
Those interested in Monticello's post history may want to consi der joining a Zoom talk I'll be doing tomorrow, May 3,on my book "Saving Monticello," at p.m. Eastern time--a fund-raising benefit for the nonprofit historic preservation group, the Mosby Heritage Area Association here in the Northern Virginia Piedmont.
The talk features a PowerPoint with rare 19th century /5(K). Buy a cheap copy of The Hemingses of Monticello: An American book by Annette Gordon-Reed. Book DescriptionThis epic work tells the story of the Hemingses, whose close blood ties to our third president had been systematically expunged from American Free shipping over $Cited by:.
Gayle Jessup White, Monticello’s Community Engagement Officer, is a descendant of the Hemings and Jefferson families and an integral part of Monticello’s African .Visit Monticello is the official YouTube Channel for the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, which owns and operates Thomas Jefferson's home, Monticello.
Monticello.Monticello, “Little Mountain,” was the home from until his death inof Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence and third president of the United States. It is also an architectural masterpiece. Jefferson was one of America’s first and finest architects and he created, rebuilt, and revised the house.