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JEFFERSON, Thomas, (father–in–law of Thomas Mann Randolph and John Wayles Eppes), a Delegate from Virginia, a Vice President and 3d President of the United States; born at "Shadwell," Va., in present-day Albemarle County, Va., on April 13, 1743; attended a preparatory school; graduated from William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Va., in 1762; studied law; admitted to the bar and commenced practice in 1767; member, colonial House of Burgesses, 1769-1775; Member of the Continental Congress, 1775 and 1776; chairman of the committee that drew up, primary author of, and signer of the Declaration of Independence 1776; Governor of Virginia, 1779-1781; member, State house of delegates 1782; again a Member of the Continental Congress, 1783-1784; appointed a Minister Plenipotentiary to France in 1784, and then sole Minister to the King of France in 1785, for three years; Secretary of State of the United States in the Cabinet of President George Washington, 1789-1793; elected Vice President of the United States and served under President John Adams, 1797-1801; elected President of the United States in 1801 by the House of Representatives on the thirty-sixth ballot; reelected in 1804 and served from March 4, 1801, to March 3, 1809; retired to his estate, "Monticello," in Virginia; active in founding the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.; died at Monticello, Albemarle County, Va., July 4, 1826; interment in family cemetery at Monticello.

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External Research Collections

Library of Congress
Manuscript Division

Washington, DC
Papers: 1606-1902, approximately 27,000 items. This is the largest collection of original Thomas Jefferson documents in the world. Document types in the collection include correspondence, commonplace books, financial account books, and manuscript volumes. The collection is organized into nine series or groupings. Correspondence, memoranda, notes, and drafts of documents make up two-thirds of the papers and document Thomas Jefferson's activities as a delegate to the second Continental Congress, his drafting of the Declaration of Independence (June-July 1776), his position as governor of Virginia (1779-81), his return to Congress as a representative (1783-84), and his appointment as minister plenipotentiary in Europe and then minister to the Court of Louis XVI, succeeding Benjamin Franklin, 1784-89. Well documented are his two administrations as president from 1801 through 1809, when he engineered the purchase of the Louisiana territory and maintained American neutrality in the conflict between France and Great Britain that led to the War of 1812. Correspondence, drawings, maps, and notes document the building of Washington, D.C. The broad range of Thomas Jefferson's intellectual and political interests is represented by his legal and literary commonplace books, miscellaneous bound volumes of notes and extracts, and manuscript volumes relating to seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Virginia history, some of which were part of the personal library he sold to Congress in 1815. An index published by the repository and a finding aid are available in the Manuscript Reading Room and online. Microfilm of the papers is also available, as well as for other collections of Thomas Jefferson papers: College of William and Mary, University of Virginia, Massachusetts Historical Society, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library, U.S. Department of State, New York Public Library, The Morgan Library, Huntington Library, University of California (Berkeley), Columbia University, Princeton University, Virginia State Library, New York Historical Society, Virginia Historical Society, American Philosophical Society, Massachusetts Historical Society.

American Philosophical Society

Washington, DC
Papers: 1775-1825; 250 items, 2 volumes, and 112 microfilm reels. Includes letters and writings, much on science and linguistics, a volume of facts relating to limits and bounds of Louisiana, a volume of comparative vocabularies of several Indian languages, and a typescript of Thomas Jefferson's farm book. There is also microfilm from collections of Thomas Jefferson materials from the Library of Congress, University of Virginia, and the Huntington Library.

The Morgan Library
Literary and Historical Manuscripts

New York, NY
Papers: ca. 1781-1825, approximately 226 items. Includes correspondence with a variety of individuals, including Thomas Jefferson's daughter, Martha Randolph, and granddaughter, Anne Carey Randolph. Other correspondents include Elbridge Gerry, Richard Henry Lee, and the Marquis de Lafayette.

The Rosenbach Museum & Library

Philadelphia, PA
Papers: 1781-1825, approximately 33 pages. Includes extensive correspondence with his good friend, William Fleming. Other correspondents include James Monroe, John Paul Jones, and painter, Gilbert Stuart. Topics in the correspondence concerning the design of a medal commissioned by Congress to commemorate the Saratoga campaign. Also included is a list of slaves from Thomas Jefferson's Tomahawk and Bear Creek plantations.

University of Virginia
Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library, Alderman Library

Charlottesville, VA
Papers: 1732-1828, 3650 items. Includes an extensive collection of Thomas Jefferson materials. A finding aid is available in the repository and online:

Virginia State Library and Archives
Archives Branch

Richmond, VA
Papers: ca. 1776-1821, approximately 130 items. Includes correspondence with various individuals while Thomas Jefferson was Governor of Virginia. Topics covered include the transfer of the state government and items from Williamsburg to Richmond, charges of an affair between Thomas Jefferson and the wife of John Walker, instructions for the construction and arrangement of bookshelves at Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's inability to pay a debt due to crop failure, draft of a bill for new modeling of the form of government which was the basis for the 1776 Virginia constitution, storage of French vessels during the winter of the American Revolution, and guards from the lead mines escorting ammunition to Kentucky. There is also correspondence between Thomas Jefferson and his daughter and correspondence with the artist, Rembrandt Peale.

Brigham Young University

Provo, UT
Papers: 1807, 1 item. A handwritten and signed note dated December 10, 1807 and addressed to a Mr. Newton. Thomas Jefferson writes that he is indebted to Newton for the receipt of cyder and myrtle wax and wants to know the amount of payment which is due.

Brooklyn Historical Society
The Donald F. and Mildred Topp Othmer Library

Brooklyn, NY
Papers: 1802-1803, 2 items. A letter written by Thomas Jefferson to James Dinsmore dated December 10, 1802 and a letter to Christopher Ellery dated May 9, 1803.

Bryn Mawr College
Special Collections

Bryn Mawr, PA
Papers: 1824, 1 item. A letter from Thomas Jefferson to Charles Jared Ingersoll, October 16, 1824. Thomas Jefferson sends thanks for a pamphlet.

Clermont State Historic Site

Germantown, NY
Papers: 1800-1801, 2 items. Includes letters written by Thomas Jefferson concerning a steam engine and the discovery of pre-historic bones.

College of William and Mary
Manuscripts and Rare Books Department, Earl Gregg Swem Library

Williamsburg, VA
Papers: ca. 1761-1826, approximately 281 items. Includes genealogical materials relating to the Peyton family, and a letter to the Virginia Board of Trade concerning the sale of ships owned by the Commonwealth of Virginia. There are several letters from Thomas Jefferson to William Short, Jefferson's private secretary in Paris. William Short also served as secretary of legation and charge d'affaires, as well as minister to the Hague and participated in negotiations of the Pinckney Treaty with Spain. There is also correspondence from Thomas Jefferson to James Madison concerning a bill passed by the General Assembly calling in paper money, 3,000 drafted soldiers, raising and disposition of money appropriated by Congress, North Carolina and Virginia's efforts to recruit horses, lack of clothing for officers and troops, and a new curriculum at William and Mary and description of the law school.

Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library

Williamsburg, VA
Papers: ca. 1763-1824, approximately 121 items. There are materials including a land grant, a letter regarding the move of the Virginia capital from Williamsburg to Richmond, and a letter regarding possibly marrying Rebecca Burwell. Also included are photocopies from Thomas Jefferson materials at other repositories including the College of William and Mary, the Library of Congress, Princeton University, and the University of Virginia.

Connecticut Historical Society

Hartford, CT
Papers: 1802, 1 page. A signed holograph from Thomas Jefferson to John Mason sending a gift of three pecan trees.

Copley Press
JS Copley Library

La Jolla, CA
Papers: ca. 1781-1826, approximately 40 pages. Includes correspondence with various individuals, covering topics such as the establishment of the University of Virginia, ordering books, tobacco sales loss due to break in communication with France, and obtaining cuttings of grape vines to use in producing wine.

Dartmouth College
Rauner Special Collections Library

Hanover, NH
Papers: 1780, 2 pages. A letter from Thomas Jefferson to Filippo Mazzei concerning peace with Great Britain. Also includes notes regarding relations between French and American troops in America, speculation of the necessity of Sir Henry Clinton withdrawing from the Southern Colonies to defend New York, and information regarding the arrival of the Marquis de Lafayette.

Duke University
Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library

Durham, NC
Papers: 1776-1961, 16 items. Papers include Virginia land grants, 1781, made while Thomas Jefferson was governor, letters discussing politics, the prospects of the Republican Party, U.S. relations with France and England, Thomas Jefferson's views on elementary and college education, copies of Thomas Jefferson's speech to the Indians in 1806, and an act of supplementary to the Embargo Act in 1807.

The Filson Historical Society
Special Collections Department

Louisville, KY
Papers: 1782-1819, 6 items. Subjects covered include U.S. commissioners to Spain negotiating the navigation of the Mississippi River, and instructions for Congressional committees to give to U.S. ministers at the Court of Versailles to brief Louis XVI on peace negotiations. Correspondents include William Carmichael, William Short, and Thomas C. Flournoy.

Grolier Club

New York, NY
Papers: 1795, 3 pages. A letter from Thomas Jefferson to M. Froulle in Paris, in which Thomas Jefferson lists books he would like sent to him.

Huntington Library

San Marino, CA
Papers: 1764-1826, 1046 items. Letters, documents, and manuscripts that reflect the life and career of the third President of the United States. Subjects cover Thomas Jefferson's law practice, surveying jobs, management of his plantation, interests in architecture, horticulture and agriculture, personal finance, family matters, and views on education. The collection contains Thomas Jefferson's daily accounts and memoranda published in a copy of the Virginia Almanack for 1775, and for 1805-1809 in his "Day Book," his "Fee Book," "Casebook," notes on the twelfth amendment, and drawings. An unpublished finding aid is available in the repository.

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library

Springfield, IL
Papers: 1804, 1808; 2 items. Includes a printed invitation addressed to C.A. Rodney inviting him to dine. Also includes a letter to John Vaughan containing money in payment of newspaper subscriptions, and requests the purchase and shipment of white lead paint. Thomas Jefferson also mentions that he expects to meet with Dr. Caspar Wistar.

Kentucky Historical Society Library

Frankfort, KY
Papers: 1806-1826, 3 items. Includes a note of thanks, a dinner invitation, and a note from Thomas Jefferson. A finding aid is available in the library.

Knox College
Archives and Special Collections, Seymour Library

Galesburg, IL
Papers: 1789, 2 pages. Includes a letter of introduction for Benjamin Huger, along with a copy of a portrait of Thomas Jefferson.

Lynchburg Public Library

Lynchburg, VA
Papers: 1815, 1 item. Consists of a note from Thomas Jefferson to Dr. Steptoe dated September 13, 1815, inviting him to join Thomas Jefferson, Mr. Correa, and Mr. Gilmer for breakfast and a botanical expedition to be held the next day.

Massachusetts Historical Society

Boston, MA
Papers: 1776, 1 page. A manuscript copy of the Declaration of Independence, one of several in Thomas Jefferson's hand, which represented the Declaration as originally framed by the Committee of Five. This manuscript is comprised of 4 pages and pages 3 and 4 are fragments only. This copy is sometimes referred to as the Washburn copy of the Declaration of Independence.

National Agricultural Library
Special Collections

Beltsville, MD
Papers: 1786-1915, 1 box. This collection contains three letters written by Thomas Jefferson. A letter to Colonel Skipwith (April 17, 1810) concerns millet seeds, to John Campbell White (August 24, 1816) concerns melon seeds, and to Henry E. Watkins (November 27, 1818) concerns succory seeds. Also included is a copy of the extract from the account book of James Lee & Co. noting nursery stock purchased by Thomas Jefferson, as well as 7 unrelated letters on agriculture.

New York Historical Society
Manuscript Department

New York, NY
Papers: ca. 1779-1826, 36 items. Includes a collection of 29 letters and a copy of debates taken by Thomas Jefferson, statements of debt to foreign countries, and a naval document permitting passage of a merchant ship; also includes correspondence from Thomas Jefferson to Henry Dekoven in 1805 giving permission for Henry Dekoven's ship carrying dry-goods from New York to Montevido to depart and proceed; an invitation for dinner sent to Major Lenox and signed by Thomas Jefferson (1802); and notes from a meteorological journal kept by Thomas Jefferson dated from 1779.

New York Public Library
Rare Books and Manuscripts Division

New York, NY
Papers: 1765-1826, 2 linear feet. The collection consists of correspondence, mostly outgoing, relating to financial, official and personal matters. The correspondence encompasses official documents, permits, invitations, and memoranda. Frequent correspondents include John Page, Thomas Jefferson's friend and Governor of Virginia, and Robert Purviance. Included are photographs of Thomas Jefferson's desk, on which he wrote to Declaration of Independence. The letterbooks consist of typewritten transcripts of Thomas Jefferson's outgoing correspondence, both official and personal. Also included are account books containing daily entries of Thomas Jefferson's receipts and expenditures covering family accounts, money paid to servants, taxes, traveling expenses, and money donated to charity. A finding aid is available in the repository.

Northwestern University Library
Special Collections Department

Evanston, IL
Papers: 1806, 1 item. The letter is addressed to Bernard McMahon and concerns Thomas Jefferson's garden at Monticello.

Ohio Historical Society

Columbus, OH
Papers: 1791, 1 item. A copy of a letter from Thomas Jefferson to Arthur St. Clair noting that settlers on the lands of disputed title between the U.S. government and John Cleves Symmes are not to be disturbed.

Princeton University
Department of Rare Books and Special Collections

Princeton, NJ
Papers: 1781-1826, approximately 0.5 cubic foot. Includes autograph manuscript leaves from Thomas Jefferson's farm book, as well as fourteen original letters and notes by Thomas Jefferson concerning personal and governmental affairs.

State Historical Society of Wisconsin
Archives Division

Madison, WI
Papers: 1804, 0.1 cubic foot. A typewritten copy of a letter Thomas Jefferson to Meriwether Lewis concerning the Lewis and Clark expedition.

Texas Tech University

Lubbock, TX
Papers: 1790, 1 item. An act from the 1st Congress, Second Session, extending a previous act for the temporary establishment of the Post Office.

United States Military Academy Library
Special Collections

West Point, NY
Papers: 1790-1808, 2 items. Includes holographs granting George Washington the right to purchase West Point for the United States to use as a fortification or garrison, signed by Thomas Jefferson, 1790. Also includes a letter from Thomas Jefferson to Colonel Williams, October 28, 1808, regarding Thaddeus Kozciusko's "Treatise on the flying artillery."

University of California
The Bancroft Library

Berkeley, CA
Papers: 1803, 3 pages. Includes a facsimile from Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, as well as a letter from Thomas Jefferson to Dr. Benjamin Rush discussing the projected Lewis and Clark expedition authorized by Congress.

University of Chicago
Special Collections

Chicago, IL
Papers: 1795, 1 item. A letter from Thomas Jefferson to Henry Remsen concerning Thomas Jefferson's interest in producing and selling nails.
Papers: 1798, 2 volumes. A volume draft in the Reuben T. Durrett Collection on Kentucky and the Ohio River Valley. The volume is titled Resolutions relative to the Alien and Sedition Laws. Another volume includes Virginia resolutions.
Papers: 1814, 1 item. Includes a letter in the Butler-Gunsaulus Collection from Thomas Jefferson to Samuel Harrison Smith after the destruction of the Library of Congress in 1814 by the British. In the letter, Thomas Jefferson offers his private library as a replacement.

University of Iowa Libraries
Special Collections

Iowa City, IA
Papers: 1809 and 1817, 2 items. A letter from Thomas Jefferson to M. Thouin concerns a letter of introduction for Robert M. Patterson, and a letter concerns Philip S. Barziza's petition to the legislature and Thomas Jefferson's efforts in its regard.

University of Minnesota Libraries
Literary Manuscripts Collections, Manuscripts Division

Minneapolis, MN
Papers: 1801-1830, 0.25 cubic foot. Includes correspondence James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, and William Lee, Consul at Bordeaux. An unpublished finding aid is available in the repository.

University of Pennsylvania
Special Collections, Van Pelt Library

Philadelphia, PA
Papers: 1791-1806, 2 items. Includes a holograph letter from Thomas Jefferson to the President of the National Assembly of France, March 8, 1791. In the letter, Thomas Jefferson conveys George Washington's appreciation of the tribute paid by the Assembly to the memory of Benjamin Franklin. A letter from Thomas Jefferson to John McAlister, November 12, 1806, gives specifications for a pair of eyglasses.

Virginia Historical Society Library

Richmond, VA
Microfilm: 1765-1766, 1 volume. Microfilm copy of a commonplace book, 1765-1766, kept by Thomas Jefferson concerns notes regarding equity. The original is in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, San Marino, CA.

Washington & Lee University

Lexington, VA
Papers: 1806 and 1821, 2 pages. Includes a document in Spainsh, English, and Dutch, signed by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, certifying that the vessel Melpomene sails under the U.S. flag, dated March 20, 1806. Another document from Thomas Jefferson to John Graves concerns payment of a note by Thomas Jefferson, dated March 5, 1821.

The Winterthur Library
Joseph Downs Collection of Manuscripts and Printed Ephemera

Winterthur, DE
Papers: 1751-1826, 1 microfilm reel. Includes microfilm of papers in the University of Virginia. Includes architectural drawings and account books. The account books are for household expenses including entertainment, food, furniture, fodder and corn, and horse care. This is only the first reel of a ten reel set that was published.

Yale University
Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

New Haven, CT
Papers: 1606-1826, 1 page and 65 microfilm reels. Includes a letter from Thomas Jefferson to Robert Patterson dated March 2, 1803. The letter reports authorization by a secret act of Congress for an expedition to explore the Missouri River and beyond to the western ocean, and Thomas Jefferson recommends that Meriwether Lewis be appointed as the leader. Also included are microfilm reels of papers held in the Library of Congress.
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Bibliography / Further Reading

Adams, James Truslow. The Living Jefferson. New York: C. Scribner's Sons; London, C. Scribner's Sons Ltd., 1936.

Adams, John. The Adams-Jefferson Letters: The Complete Correspondence Between Thomas Jefferson and Abigail and John Adams. Edited by Lester J. Cappon. 1959. Reprint, Chapel Hill: Published for the Institute of Early American History and Culture at Williamsburg, Virginia by the University of North Carolina Press, 1988.

------. Adams to Jefferson & Jefferson to Adams: A Dialogue from their Correspondence, 1812-1826. Edited by Richard K. Arnold. San Francisco: Jerico Press, 1975.

------. Correspondence of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, 1812-1826. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1925. Reprint, selected with comment by Paul Wilstach. New York: Kraus Reprint, 1972.

Adler, Bill, comp. Washington: A Reader; the National Capital as Seen through the Eyes of Thomas Jefferson. New York: Meredith Press, [1967].

Appleby, Joyce Oldham. Thomas Jefferson. New York: Times Books, 2003.

Arrowood, Charles Flinn, ed. Thomas Jefferson and Education in a Republic. New York [etc.]: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1930. Reprint, New York: AMS Press, [1971].

Axelrod, Alan. The Life and Work of Thomas Jefferson. Indianapolis, IN: Alpha, 2001.

Bailey, Jeremy D. Thomas Jefferson and Executive Power. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007.

Barefoot, Coy. Thomas Jefferson on Leadership: Executive Lessons from his Life and Letters. New York: Plume, 2002.

Baron, Robert C., ed. The Garden and Farm Books of Thomas Jefferson. Golden, Colo.: Fulcrum, 1987.

Bear, James Adam. Thomas Jefferson's Book-marks. Charlottesville, Va.: N.p., 1958.

Bear, James Adam, ed. Jefferson at Monticello. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, [1967].

Beard, Charles Austin. Jefferson, Corporations and the Constitution. Washington: National Home Library Foundation, 1936.

Beckley, John James. Address to the People of the United States with an Epitome and Vindication of the Public Life and Character of Thomas Jefferson. Richmond: Printed by Merriwether Jones, 1800.

------. An Epitome of the Life & Character of Thomas Jefferson. [Wilmington: Printed by James Wilson at the Franklin Press, 1800].

Bedini, Silvio A. Thomas Jefferson and American Vertebrate Paleontology. Charlottesville, Va.: Commonwealth of Va., Dept. of Mines, Minerals and Energy, Division of Mineral Resources, 1985.

[Bennett, Hugh Hammond]. Thomas Jefferson, Soil Conservationist. [Washington]: United States Dept. of Agricultural, Soil Conservation service, [1944].

Benson, C. Randolph. Thomas Jefferson as Social Scientist. Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, [1971].

Berman, Eleanor Davidson. Thomas Jefferson Among the Arts; An Essay in Early American Esthetics. New York: Philosophical Library, 1947.

Bernstein, Richard B. Thomas Jefferson. New York: Oxford University Press, 2003.

Boorstin, Daniel J. The Lost World of Thomas Jefferson. New York: H. Holt, 1948. Reprint, with a new preface. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993.

Bottorff, William K. Thomas Jefferson. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1979.

Boutell, Lewis Henry. Thomas Jefferson, the Man of Letters. Chicago: Privately printed [press of S. Thompson & co.], 1891.

Bowers, Claude Gernade. Civil and Religious Liberty, Jefferson: O'Connell. Worcester, Mass.: Holy cross college, [1930].

------. The Heritage of Jefferson. New York: International Publishers, [1945].

------. Jefferson in Power, the Death Struggle of the Federalists. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1936.

------. The Young Jefferson, 1743-1789. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1945.

Boyd, Julian P. The Enduring World of Thomas Jefferson. Williamsburg [Va.]: College of William and Mary, 1963.

Brodie, Fawn McKay. Thomas Jefferson, an Intimate History. New York: Norton, [1974].

Brown, Stuart Gerry. Thomas Jefferson. New York: Washington Square Press, [1963].

Bullock, Helen Claire Duprey. My Head and My Heart, a Little History of Thomas Jefferson and Maria Cosway. With preface by Carleton Sprague Smith. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, [1945].

------. The Papers of Thomas Jefferson. Charlottesville, Va.: N.p., 1941.

Burstein, Andrew. The Inner Jefferson: Portrait of a Grieving Optimist. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1996.

Callender, James Thomson. Thomas Jefferson and James Thomson Callender, 1798-1802. Edited by Worthington Chauncey Ford. Brooklyn, N.Y.: Historical Print. Club, 1897.

Carlton, Mabel Mason. Thomas Jefferson, Lover of Liberty. Boston: John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., [1922].

Carpenter, S. C. Memoirs of the Hon. Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of State, Vice-President, and President of the United States of America : containing a concise history of those states, from the acknowledgment of their independence : with a view of the rise and progress of French influence and French principles in that country ... [New York]: Printed for the Purchasers, 1809.

Cerami, Charles A. Jefferson's Great Gamble: The Remarkable Story of Jefferson, Napoleon and the Men behind the Louisiana Purchase. Naperville, Ill.: Sourcebooks, 2003.

Chandler, David Leon. The Jefferson Conspiracies: A President's Role in the Assassination of Meriwether Lewis. New York: Morrow, 1994.

Channing, Edward. The Jeffersonian System, 1801-1811. New York and London: Harper & brothers, 1906. Reprint, New York: Greenwood Press, [1969].

Chidsey, Donald Barr. Mr. Hamilton and Mr. Jefferson. Nashville: T. Nelson, [1975].

Chinard, Gilbert. Thomas Jefferson, the Apostle of Americanism. Boston: Little, Brown and company, 1939. Reprint, [Ann Arbor]: University of Michigan Press, [1957].

Clark, Graves Glenwood. Thomas Jefferson, Friend of Liberty. Illustrated by Luther Coleman Wells. Richmond: Johnson Pub. Co., [1947].

Cochran, Isabel Mason Chamberlain. Thomas Jefferson. [Charlottesville, Va.: Surber-Arundale co., 1926].

------. The Tide and Thomas Jefferson. [Bradenton? Fla.: N.p., 1956].

Collado, Katherine A., ed., et. al. The Presidency of Thomas Jefferson, 1801-1809. Washington, D.C. : Center for Legislative Archives, National Archives and Records Administration, 1994.

Conant, James Bryant. Thomas Jefferson and the Development of American Public Education. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1962.

Coolidge, Harold Jefferson. Thoughts on Thomas Jefferson; or, What Jefferson was not. Edited and revised by Lawrence Coolidge. Boston: The Club of Odd Volumes, 1936.

Crane, John de Murinelly Cirne. Thomas Jefferson, Author of the Declaration of American Independence, of the Statute of Virginia for Religious Freedom, and Father of the University of Virginia. Washington: N.p., 1948.

Crotty, Gene. Jefferson's Legacy: His Own University. [Virginia?]: G. Crotty, 1996.

Cunningham, Noble E. In Pursuit of Reason: The Life of Thomas Jefferson. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1987.

------. Jefferson and Monroe: Constant Friendship and Respect. Preface by Joyce Appleby. [Charlottesville, Va.]: Thomas Jefferson Foundation; Chapel Hill, N.C.: Distributed by University of North Carolina Press, 2003.

------. The Process of Government Under Jefferson. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1978.

Curtis, William Eleroy. The True Thomas Jefferson. Philadelphia, London: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1901.

Dabney, Virginius. Mr. Jefferson's University: A History. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1981.

Dana, Emma Lilian. Makers of America; the Story of the Lives of Franklin, Washington, Jefferson and Lincoln. New York: Immigrant publication society, incorporated, 1923.

Daniels, Jonathan. Ordeal of Ambition; Jefferson, Hamilton, Burr. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1970.

Daugherty, Sonia (Medvedeva). Thomas Jefferson: Fighter for Freedom and Human Rights. Way of an eagle. With illustrations by James Daughterty. New York: F. Ungar Pub. Co., [1961].

Daveiss, Joseph Hamilton. View of the President's Conduct Concerning the Conspiracy of 1806. Cincinnati: The Abingdon press, [1917].

Davis, Thomas Jefferson. A sketch of the life, character, and public services of Thomas Jefferson, with some account of the aid he rendered in establishing our independence and government. Philadelphia: Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger, 1876.

Donaldson, Thomas. The house in which Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence. Philadelphia: Avil Printing Co., 1898.

Dos Passos, John. The Head and Heart of Thomas Jefferson. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1954.

------. The Shackles of Power: Three Jeffersonian Decades. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1966. Reprint, Collector's edition, Norwalk, Conn.: Easton Press, [1988?].

Downes, Randolph C. Thomas Jefferson and the Removal of Governor St. Clair in 1802. Columbus, Ohio: N.p., 1927.

Dumbauld, Edward. Thomas Jefferson, American Tourist, Being an Account of His Journeys in the United States of America, England, France, Italy, the Low Countries, and Germany. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1946.

Dwight, Theodore. The character of Thomas Jefferson, as exhibited in his own writings. Boston: Weeks, Jordan & Company, 1839.

Edwards, Everett E., comp. and ed. Jefferson and Agriculture: A Sourcebook. [Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1943.

Ellis, Edward Sylvester. The life of Thomas Jefferson, third president of the United States, 1801-1809. With an essay by G. Mercer Adam; also an account of the Louisiana Purchase by Isidore A. Zacharias; and anecdotes, characteristics and chronology. Chicago: Laird & Lee, 1913.

------. Thomas Jefferson; a character sketch. Chicago: The University association, 1898. Reprint, with supplementary essay, by G. Mercer Adam. With an account of the Louisiana purchase, together with anecdotes, characteristics, and chronology. Milwaukee: H. G. Campbell publishing co., 1903.

Ellis, Joseph J. American Sphinx: The Character of Thomas Jefferson. New York: Knopf, 1996.

Ferling, John E. Setting the World Ablaze: Washington, Adams, Jefferson, and the American Revolution. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2000.

Fleming, Thomas J. The Man from Monticello; An Intimate Life of Thomas Jefferson. New York: Morrow, 1969.

Foote, Henry Wilder. Thomas Jefferson, Champion of Religious Freedom, Advocate of Christian Morals. Boston: Beacon Press, 1947.

------. Thomas Jefferson: Social Reformer. Boston: Beacon Press, 1947.

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Ford, Worthington Chauncey. Jefferson and the Newspaper. Washington: N.p., 1905.

Forman, Samuel Eagle. The life and writings of Thomas Jefferson, including all of his important utterances on public questions, compiled from state papers and from his private correspondence. 1900. Reprint, Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, [1905].

Frary, I. T. Thomas Jefferson, Architect and Builder. With an introduction by Fiske Kimball. [3d ed.]. Richmond: Garrett and Massie, [1950].

Frye, Melinda Young. Thomas Jefferson and Wine in Early America: Art and Artifacts Reflecting the Cultural History of Wine in the Colonies and the Early Republic: A Special Bicentennial Exhibition. Organized and presented by the Wine Museum of San Francisco, the Christian Brothers Collection. [San Francisco]: The Museum, 1976.

Galbreath, C. B. Thomas Jefferson's Views on Slavery. Columbus, Ohio: N.p., 1925.

Gilpin, Henry Dilworth. A biographical sketch of Thomas Jefferson. Philadelphia: N.p., 1828.

Gray, Francis Calley. Thomas Jefferson in 1814, being an account of a visit to Monticello, Virginia. With notes and introduction by Henry S. Rowe and T. Jefferson Coolidge, Jr. Boston: The Club of Odd Volumes, 1924.

Guinness, Desmond and Julius Trousdale Sadler, Jr. Mr. Jefferson, Architect. New York: Viking Press, [1973].

Halliday, E. M. Understanding Thomas Jefferson. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 2001.

Healey, Robert M. Jefferson on Religion in Public Education. 1962. Reprint, [Hamden, Conn.]: Archon Books, 1970.

Henderson, John Cleaves. Thomas Jefferson's Views on Public Education. 1890. Reprint, New York: AMS Press, [1970].

Heslep, Robert D. Thomas Jefferson &Education. New York: Random House, [1969].

Hilleary, Hugh W. Thomas Jefferson. [Washington, D.C.: Crane Press, 1921?].

Hirst, Francis Wrigley. Life and Letters of Thomas Jefferson. New York: Macmillan Company, 1926.

Honeywell, Roy John. The Educational Work of Thomas Jefferson. Cambridge: Harvard university press, 1931. Reprint, New York: Russell & Russell, 1964.

Hubbard, Elbert. Thomas Jefferson, a Little Journey. And an address by John J. Lentz, being two attempts to help perpetuate the memory & pass along the influence of the great American. East Aurora, N.Y.: Roycrofters, 1906.

Jefferson, Thomas. The Correspondence of Jefferson and Du Pont de Nemours. With and introduction on Jefferson and the Physiocrats by Gilbert Chinard. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1931. Reprint, New York: Arno Press, 1979.

------. Jefferson on Jefferson. [Selected and edited by] Paul M. Zall. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2002.

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