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  • Hardcover
  • 128 pages
  • A Year at Monticello, 1795
  • Donald Dean Jackson
  • English
  • 04 June 2018
  • 9781555910501

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10 thoughts on “A Year at Monticello, 1795

  1. says:

    Documentary editor and author Donald Jackson provides an interesting account of Jefferson s year of sabbatical 1795 Removing himself from politics, news and most friends, Jefferson contented himself with the mundane life of farmer Monticello looms large in this brief but enlightening treatise, but even the farming life and the interesting figure who, at times, took as great delight in gadgets and nails as he did wine, books, and the violin One of my favorite passages concerned correspondence between the friends Madison and Jefferson Jefferson, commenting on Hamilton and the growth of Federalism says of his nemesis With...

  2. says:

    A very interesting little book on Jefferson and his year he spent at Monticello Most interesting was the writing, month by month, of what was required, and what he did, as well as the common farming practices of the day I ve read a considerable amount about Jefferson, mostly about the political and personal histories, very little about the farming and the other industries on the mountain However, there are some things that we now know that we didn t when this book was writt...

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