The Writings of Thomas Jefferson - Vol. 1

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ILLUSTRATIONS.
THOMAS JEFFERSONFrontis piece
Photogravure from the Original Painting by Gilbert Stuart, at Bowdoin College.
FACING PAGE
MONTICELLOiv
Reproduced from the Jefferson Homestead in Albemarle County, Va.
ROTUNDA OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIAxviii
Reproduced from a Photograph.
FAC-SIMILE OF JEFFERSON'S ORIGINAL ROUGH DRAFT OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE28
Photo-engraving from the Original Document in the Department of State.
DESK ON WHICH JEFFERSON WROTE THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, WITH FAC-SIMILE OF MEMORANDUM, IN JEFFERSON'S HANDWRITING38
Photo-engravings from the Original Desk and Memorandum in the Department of State.
SIGNING OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE178
Reproduced from the Original Painting by John Trumbull at Yale University.
FAC-SIMILE OF JEFFERSON'S SUGGESTIONS FOR EPITAPH AND DESIGN OF HIS OWN TOMBSTONE262
Photo-engraving from the Original Document found after Jefferson's death.
GEORGE WASHINGTON384
Reproduced from the Original Painting by Gilbert Stuart, at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
THE WHITE HOUSE, SHOWING STATUE OF JEFFERSON IN THE FOREGROUND452
Reproduced from an Old Engraving.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) *
  • Title Page i
  • Monticello iii
  • Special Introduction. vii
  • Lincoln's Tribute to Jefferson. xv
  • Contents xix
  • Illustrations xxi
  • Autobiography. xxiii
  • Draft of the Declaration of Independence - Fac-Simile of Jefferson's Rough Draft. Photo-Engraving from the Original Document in the Department of State *
  • Appendix. 165
  • The Anas. 263
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