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  1. The Constitutional Thought of Thomas Jefferson (Constitutionalism and Democracy) by David N. Mayer, 1995-08-01
  2. Thomas Jefferson's Feast (Step into Reading) (Step #4) by Frank Murphy, 2003-09-09
  3. A Thomas Jefferson Education: Teaching a Generation of Leaders for the Twenty-First Century by Oliver Van DeMille, 2000
  4. A Picture Book of Thomas Jefferson (Picture Book Biography) by David A. Adler, John C. Wallner, 1991-03
  5. Thomas Jefferson: Author of America (Eminent Lives) by Christopher Hitchens, 2009-05-01
  6. Thomas Jefferson: A Life by Willard Sterne Randall, 1994-08-03
  7. Thomas Jefferson's Architectural Drawings by Frederick Doveton Nichols, 2002-02-25
  8. The Quotable Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson, 2006-05-02
  9. Thomas Jefferson's Monticello by William L. Beiswanger, Peter J. Hatch, et all 2002-06-24
  10. The Portable Thomas Jefferson (Portable Library) by Thomas Jefferson, 1977-10-27
  11. Thomas Jefferson: A Picture Book Biography by James Cross Giblin, 2006-01-01
  12. The Life and Selected Writings of Thomas Jefferson (Modern Library Classics) by Thomas Jefferson, 1998-11-10
  13. The Eye of Thomas Jefferson: Exhibition by National Gallery of Art (U. S.), 1992-12
  14. Liberty, State, and Union: The Political Theory of Thomas Jefferson by Luigi Marco Basani, 2010-06-30

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This guide combines links to the major online collections of Jefferson's writings that have been made accessible by U.Va., as well as by other institutions. It also provides links to online collections of Jefferson's quotations and other information resources about Jefferson like bibliographies. The guide also provides information about U.Va's Jefferson collections that are not available online, but are held in our Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library. Comments (0)
Thomas Jefferson
(1743-1826). Author of the Declaration of Independence, third President of the United States, major architect of the U.S.'s westward expansion and founder of the University of Virginia, Thomas Jefferson is a figure of world historical significance. His writings are important documents for the history of America's founding and for the Founders' attempts to put into practice theories associated with the eighteenth century Enlightenment. Jefferson's concepts of democracy remain inspirational for many people today, even as his views on religion and race remain a source of controversy.

42. Jefferson Thomas Obituary View Jefferson Thomas's Obituary By The
Online obituary for Jefferson Thomas. Read Jefferson Thomas’s life story, offer tributes/condolences, send flowers or create a Jefferson Thomas online memorial.

43. Postmodernism And The Jefferson-Hemings Myth
A commentary on how postmodernism has corrupted the study of history, and in particular, the Jefferson-Hemings relationship.

44. Jefferson, Thomas - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
Jefferson, Thomas (1743–1826) 3rd president of the USA 1801–09, founder of the Democratic Republican Party. He published A Summary View of the Rights of America (1774) and, Thomas

45. Forgotten Essentials Of Jefferson S Philosophy
A discussion of Jefferson s political philosophy and its legacy.

46. Jefferson, Thomas Summary |
Jefferson, Thomas. Jefferson, Thomas summary with 5 pages of encyclopedia entries, research information, and more.

47. The Thomas Jefferson Papers - American Sphinx - (American Memory From The Librar
Article by Joseph J. Ellis entitled American Sphinx examines the contradictions of Thomas Jefferson.
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49. Life Of Jefferson: Portraits
Various painted portraits of Thomas Jefferson.
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50. Jefferson Thomas 1942 - 2010 - Obituary -
Obituary, funeral and service information for Jefferson Thomas from Little Rock, AR TOM PARSONS, The Associated Press LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Jefferson Thomas was fast and
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    Jefferson Thomas, one of the nine students that integrated Central High School in 1957 in Little Rock, Ark. listens during a news conference in Little Rock, Ark. View Photo Gallery Default Album View Photo Gallery Default Album View Photo Gallery Default Album
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    TOM PARSONS, The Associated Press LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Jefferson Thomas was fast and athletic and often played pickup basketball with white students while growing up in Little Rock in the 1950s. But when Thomas became one of nine black students to integrate Arkansas' largest high school, many of his basketball buddies weren't happy to see him in their classes. "One of them said, 'Well I don't mind playing basketball or football with you or anything. You guys are good at sports. Everybody knows that, but you're just not smart enough to sit next to me in the classroom,'" Thomas recalled years later. The pioneer in school desegregation died Sunday at an extended-care living facility in Columbus, Ohio, of pancreatic cancer at age 67, according to Carlotta Walls LaNier, who also enrolled at Central High School in 1957 and is president of the Little Rock Nine Foundation.

51. Thomas Jefferson
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THOMAS JEFFERSON, author of the Declaration of Independence, was born on April 13, 1743 and grew up on the family plantation at Shadwell in Albermarle County, Virginia. His father was Peter Jefferson, who, with the aid of thirty slaves, tilled a tobacco and wheat farm of 1,900 acres and like his fathers before him, was a justice of the peace, a vestryman of his parish and a member of the colonial legislature. The first of the Virginia Jeffersons of Welsh extraction, Peter in 1738 married Jane Randolph. Of their ten children, Thomas was the third. Thomas inherited a full measure of his fathers bodily strength and stature, both having been esteemed in their prime as the strongest men of their county. He also inherited his fathers inclination to liberal politics, his taste for literature and his aptitude for mathematics. The Jeffersons were a musical family; the girls sang the songs of the time, and Thomas, practicing the violin assiduously from boyhood, became an excellent performer. In 1757, when Thomas was only fourteen, his father died, leaving him heir to an enormous estate. On his deathbed, his father left an order that his sons education, already well advanced in a preparatory school, should be completed at the College of William and Mary, a circumstance which Thomas always remembered with gratitude, saying that if he had to choose between the education and the estate his father left him, he would choose the education.

52. Jefferson, Thomas Quote - Victory And Defeat Are Each Of The Same Price....
Famous quote by Jefferson, Thomas Victory and defeat are each of the same price. on Quotations Book

53. Report Of The Research Committee On Thomas Jefferson And Sally Hemings « Thomas
Final report of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation s examination, published in January of 2000, available as hypertext and PDF.
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In addition to the resources listed below, the Foundation also has created a Jefferson-Hemings Resources page with links to related content on the Monticello Web site and on other sites. Statement on the Report by TJMF President Daniel P. Jordan
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  • Articles in the journal Nature (links are to article summaries; full text available to subscribers or with paid access):
    Eugene A. Foster et al "Jefferson Fathered Slave's Last Child," November 5, 1998
    Eric S. Lander and Joseph J. Ellis, "Founding Father,"
  • 54. Jefferson Thomas (1942 - 2010) - Find A Grave Memorial
    Birth Sep. 1, 1942 Little Rock Pulaski County Arkansas, USA Death Sep. 5, 2010 Columbus Franklin County Ohio, USA Civil Rights Figure. One of the Little Rock Nine , a

    55. Jefferson Library « Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello
    Details about the 3rd President of the United States. Offers a browsing index with a large selection of categories, library collections, a Thomas Jefferson Portal and a list of related links.
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    56. Jefferson, Thomas Legal Definition Of Jefferson, Thomas. Jefferson, Thomas Synon
    Thomas Jefferson. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. Thomas Jefferson served as an American Revolutionary and political theorist and as the third president of the United States., Thomas

    57. Thomas Jefferson: Radical And Racist - 96.10
    In the future Jefferson will not be considered the Sage of Monticello argues Conor Cruise O Brien in the Atlantic.
    In the multiracial American future Jefferson will not be thought of as the Sage of Monticello. His flaws are beyond redemption. The sound you hear is the crashing of a reputation
    by Conor Cruise O'Brien

    N an address at Michigan State University on May 5, 1995, President Bill Clinton warned right-wing militias not to attempt to "appropriate our sacred symbols for paranoid purposes." The President was speaking in the aftermath of the destruction, apparently by American right-wing fanatics, of the federal building in Oklahoma City and its occupants on April 19. The aftermath of that ghastly act had brought media reports of widespread paramilitary conspiracies in several states notably the militias in Michigan for the organization of armed resistance to the federal government. The President was seeking to exclude such conspirators from what is called the American civil religion. Counter Points:
    In a special Web-only sidebar Jefferson scholar Douglas Wilson responds to Conor Cruise O'Brien
    There is quite a copious literature about the American civil religion, and although there are differences over the exact nature of this powerful but nebulous concept, there is also a broad consensus about its general nature.

    58. USA-Presidents.Info -Thomas Jefferson
    Provides a biography of American President Thomas Jefferson. Includes his portrait and a list of his Supreme Court appointments.
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    Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson (April 13, 1743 - July 4, 1826) was the third (1801 - 1809) President of the United States. Order: 3rd President Term of Office: March 4, 1801 - March 4, 1809 Followed: John Adams Succeeded by: James Madison Date of Birth April 13, 1743 Place of Birth: Shadwell, Virginia Date of Death: July 4, 1826 Place of Death: Monticello, Virginia Wife: Martha Wayles Jefferson First Lady : Martha Jefferson Randolph (daughter)
    Dolley Madison (friend) Occupation: lawyer, farmer Political Party: Democratic-Republican Vice President: Aaron Burr (1801 - 1805)
    George Clinton (1805 - 1809) This powerful advocate of liberty was born in 1743 in Albermarle County, Virginia, inheriting from his father, a planter and surveyor, some 5,000 acres of land, and from his mother, a Randolph, high social standing. He studied at the College of William and Mary, then read law. In 1772 he married Martha Wayles Skelton, a widow, and took her to live in his partly constructed mountaintop home, Monticell o.

    59. Jefferson Thomas, Student In Little Rock Segregation Battle, Dies
    Sep 06, 2010 Mr. Thomas was one of nine black students who, protected by federal soldiers, attended high school in a landmark civil rights case.

    60. The Election Of 1800 Teaching About A Critical Moment In The History Of American
    Provides full-text access to the ERIC Digest of this name which discusses the importance of the peaceful transfer of power from John Adams to Thomas Jefferson.

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