Thomas Jefferson: An Intimate History

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CHAPTER I The Semi-Transparent Shadows
1.
Henry S. Randall, The Life of Thomas Jefferson, 3 vols. (New York, 1858), III, 510.
2.
Jefferson to General Thaddeus Kosciusko, June 1812, Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Paul L. Ford, ed., 10 vols: (New York, 1892-99), IX, 362.
3.
Jefferson to John Langdon, August 2, 1808, and "Address to the Republican Citizens of Washington County, Maryland," March 31, 1809, Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Lipscomb and Albert Bergh, eds., 20 vols. (Washington, D. C., 1903), XVI, 310, 359; hereafter designated as Writings, L. and B.
4.
Jefferson to Edmund Bacon, December 26, 1808, Thomas Jefferson's Garden Book, 1766-1824, Edwin M. Betts, ed. (Philadelphia, 1944), 383; Jefferson to Peter Minor, September 24, 1811, Thomas Jefferson's Farm Book (Princeton, 1953) [138]. A photographic record of the Farm Book was published by Edwin Morris Betts, with commentary and relevant extracts from Jefferson's other writings, includ- ing letters concerning his slaves. The page references in the Farm Book are the same as Jefferson's own. Other pagination, by Betts, is indicated in this volume in brackets for purposes of distinguishing it from that of the photographic record.
5.
Autobiography of Thomas Jefferson, with an Introductory Essay by Dumas Malone, adapted from Jefferson the Virginian (Boston, 1948), 62.
6.
Jefferson to John Adams, March 25, 1826, The Adams-Jefferson Letters, Les- ter J. Cappon, ed. (Chapel Hill, N. C., 1959), 614.
7.
Albert J. Nock, Jefferson (New York, 1926), 33; Nathan Schachner, Thomas Jefferson: A Biography (New York, 1951), vii.
8.
Malone, Jefferson the Virginian, vii.
9.
Merrill Peterson, The Jefferson Image in the American Mind (New York, 1960), vii; Thomas Jefferson and the New Nation (New York, 1970), viii.
10.
Bernard Bailyn, "Boyd's Jefferson: Notes for a Sketch," New England Quar- terly, XXXIII (1960), 382.
11.
Henry Adams, History of the United States during the Administrations of Jefferson and Madison, 9 vols. (New York, 1891-93), I, 277.
12.
Jefferson to Skelton Jones, July 28, 1809, Writings, L. and B., XII, 302.
13.
Quoted in Emanuel Hertz, The Hidden Lincoln, from the Letters and Papers of William H. Herndon (New York, 1938), 230.
14.
See Erik Erikson, Gandhi's Truth (New York, 1969), Young Man Luther (New York, 1958); Eugene Victor Wolfenstein, The Revolutionary Personality: Lenin, Trotsky, Gandhi (Princeton, 1967). See also Mohandas Gandhi, An Auto- biography : The Story of My Experiments with Truth (Boston, 1957), 30, 31.
15.
Eric McKitrick, "The View from Jefferson's Camp," New York Review of Books, December 17, 1970.

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