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|Death||197 years ago|
|Date of birth||April 13,1743|
|Date of died||July 4,1826|
|Presidential term||March 4, 1801 – March 4, 1809|
|Children||Martha Jefferson Randolph|
|Vice presidents||Aaron Burr|
|Latest noncurrent party||Democratic-Republican Party|
|Vice president||Aaron Burr|
|Business partner||Stanford White|
|Grandparents||Isham Randolph of Dungeness|
|Jane Randolph Jefferson|
|Margaret Clements Lockyer|
|Siblings||Joseph Jefferson Jr|
|Charles B. Jefferson|
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A Summary View of the Rights of British America
The writings of Thomas Jefferson
Autobiography of Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson's Farm book
A Manual of Parliamentary Practice for the Use of the Senate of the United States
The life and selected writings of Thomas Jefferson
The Works of Thomas Jefferson
Jefferson the man
First Inaugural Address
Crusade against ignorance
Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of Taking Up Arms
The portable Thomas Jefferson
Letters of Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson, political writings
Light and liberty
The Jeffersonian Cyclopedia: A Comprehensive Collection of the Views of Thomas Jefferson Classified and Arranged in Alphabetical Order Under Nine Thousand Titles Relating to Government, Politics, Law, Education, Political Economy, Finance, Science, Art, Literature, Religious Freedom, Morals, Etc
Jefferson's Memorandum Books: Accounts, with Legal Records and Miscellany, 1767-1826
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 1: 14 January 1760 to 6 December 1776
Jefferson in love
Thomas Jefferson: Statesman of Science
The Words of Thomas Jefferson
The Jeffersonian Cyclopedia: A Comprehensive Collection of the Views of Thomas Jefferson Classified and Arranged in Alphabetical Order. . .
The Garden and Farm Books of Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson Travels
Jefferson's extracts from the Gospels
The anas of Thomas Jefferson
The Commonplace Book of Thomas Jefferson: A Repertory of His Ideas on Government, with an Introduction and Notes by Gilbert Chinard
Writings and Letters
Paine and Jefferson on Liberty
Pocket Constitution and Declaration of Independence
Jefferson on Jefferson
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: 1 July to 12 November 1802
Basic writings of Thomas Jefferson
The Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, and the Articles of Confederation
Old Family Letters: Contains Letters of John Adams, All But the First Two Addressed to Dr. Benjamin Rush
Thomas Jefferson, in His Own Words
The Declaration of Independence of the United States of America
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 37: 4 March to 30 June 1802
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 41: 11 July to 15 November 1803
The Works of Thomas Jefferson: 1799-1803
Early Fragments of Minsi Delaware
Old Family Letters: Contains Letters of John Adams, All But the First Two Addressed to Dr. Benjamin Rush; One Letter from Samuel Adams, One from John Quincy Adams, and Several from Thomas Jefferson Addressed to Dr. Rush; Letter of Credence to the King a
Common Sense by Thomas Paine and the Declaration of Independence by Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson and His Unknown Brother Randolph: Twenty-eight Letters Exchanged Between Thomas and Randolph Jefferson . . . During the Years 1807 to 1815
Draft of the Declaration of Independence
Thomas Jefferson Life story
Thomas Jefferson was an American statesman, diplomat, lawyer, architect, philosopher, and Founding Father who served as the third president of the United States from 1801 to 1809.
Physical CharacteristicsThomas jefferson was born on april 13.1743 in virginia.He was a tall man.Standing at 6 feet 2 inches tlal and weighing abotu 175 pounds.He had reddish-brown hair and blue eyes.He was of a slender build and was known for his graceful and dignified bearing.
FamilyThmoas jefferson was the third of ieght children born to epter jefferson and jane randolph.He had six sisters and one brother.He married martha wayles skelton in 1772 and they had six children together.He was also related to many prominent families in virginia.Including the randolphs.The carters.And the lees.
Education and CareerThomas jefferson was a highly educated man.He attneded the college of william and mary and studied law under george wythe.He was admitted to the bar in 1767 and began practicing law in virginia.He was elected to the virginia house of burgesses in 1769 and served in the continental congress from to 1776.He was appointed as the minister to france in 1785 and was elected as the third president of the uinted states in 1801.
Life StoryThomas jefferson was a man of many talents.He was an inventor.An architect.A statesman.And a philosopher.He was a strnog advocate of democracy and was instrumental in the drafting of the declaration of independence.He was also a passionate adovcate of religious freedom and was a strong supporter of the separaiton of church and state.He was a prolific writer and was the author of the virginia statute for religious freedom.
Most Important EventThe most important event in thomas jefferson s life was his election as the third president of the nuited states in 1801.He was the first president to be elected by the people and he served two tersm in office.During his presidency.He oversaw the louisaina purchase.Which doubled the size of the united states.He also established the university of virginia and was a strong advocaet of the freedom of the press.
Zodiac Sign and NationalityThomas jefferson was born under the zodiac sign of aries and was an american citizen.He was a proud virginian and was a strong advocate of states rights.He was a passinoate believer in the idaels of the american revolution and was a strong proponent of democracy.
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... Timeline of slavery in the US: 1619 - Some of the first African slaves are purchased in Virginia by English colonists, though slaves had been used by European colonists long before1788 - The US constitution is ratified; under it, slaves are considered by law to be three-fifths of a person1808 - President Thomas Jefferson officially ends the African slave trade, but domestic slave trade, particularly in the southern states, begins to grow1822 - Freed African Americans found Liberia in West Africa as a new home for freed slaves1860 - Abraham Lincoln becomes president; the southern states secede and the Civil War begins the following year1862 - President Lincoln s Emancipation Proclamation frees all slaves in the seceded states1865 - The South loses the war; the 13th Amendment to the Constitution formally abolishes slavery1868 - The 14th Amendment grants freed African Americans citizenship1870 - The 15th Amendment gives African American men the right to vote; the South begins passing segregation lawsGhana s President Nana Akufo-Addo has declared 2019 to be the Year of Return , saying it is the country s responsibility to welcome home Africans whose families were forced into slavery...