Jefferson Himself: The Personal Narrative of a Many-Sided American

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University of Virginia Press, 1970 - 384 pages
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Contents

EDUCATION OF A VIRGINIAN
1
YOUNG SQUIRE OF MONTICELLO
22
REVOLUTIONIST
44
the nation can bear The Cabinet and Washington City a charming
52
nique of revolution Like a shock of electricityBasic rights of British
58
FIGHTING FOR MANS INALIEN
75
by fire and sword Services as war governor unanimously commended
84
WAR GOVERNOR
94
Virginia In every bud that opens in every breath that blows
190
plough Remodeling Monticello my new trade of nailmaking
196
Democratic Societies and the Whiskey Rebellion Jays Treaty Anglo
202
the opposition The X Y Z affair a body blow to the Republicans
217
LOUISIANA PURCHASE
241
PEACE IS MY PASSION
257
further expansion British captures and impressments Rejection
275
SAGE OF MONTICELLO
285

plenipotentiary
110
fine artsTreatymaking with John Adams and Dr Franklin Suc
126
Head and my Heart The Heart disdains diagrams and crotchets
150
stitution interpreted farmers vs stockjobbersA wave of financial
172
AN AMERICAN HERITAGE
315
Meanwhile good wines science and twilight walks All our
344
INDEX
366
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Bernard Mayo is Professor of History at the University of Virginia.

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