Thomas Jefferson and the New Nation: A Biography

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List of Illustrations
Thomas Jefferson in 1800. Portrait by Rembrandt Peale.
Monticello, the first version. Accepted elevation, 1771.
General plan of Monticello. Jefferson's drawing, 1772.
The Declaration of Independence July 4, 1776. Detail from the painting by John Trumbull.
A page from Jefferson's draft of the Bill for Proportioning Crimes and Punishments, 1778.
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The Maison Carrée at Nîmes.
The Virginia Capitol. Plaster model.
Minister to France. Replica of the portrait by Mather Brown, 1786.
Jefferson in 1789. Marble bust by Houdon.
Secretary of State. Portrait by Charles Willson Peale, 1791.
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Monticello renewed. Elevation, west front, and plan of first floor and dependencies. Drawn by Robert Mills, about 1803.
The President. Portrait by Gilbert Stuart, 1805.
The President. Medallion portrait by Gilbert Stuart, 1805.
The President. Portrait by Rembrandt Peale, 1805.
Sage of Monticello. Portrait by Thomas Sully, 1822.
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Plan of the University of Virginia. Engraving by Peter Maverick from a drawing by Jefferson in 1822.
The University of Virginia. Engraving by B. Tanner, 1827.
Jefferson at eighty-two. Plaster life mask by John H. J. Browere, 1825.
Jefferson's design and inscription for his tombstone.
Monticello, west front, after Jefferson's death. Engraving after a painting by George Cooke.
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