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Thomas Jefferson

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  • Two hundred years ago, in 1808, Thomas Jefferson oversaw an infrastructure plan that envisioned the Homestead Act, the transcontinental railroads, and the Erie Canal.

    Remarks of Senator Barack Obama: A Metropolitan Strategy for America's Future

  • Like a good diplomat, he suggested a compromise: “The Thomas Jefferson Star for Foreign Service.”

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • Patrick Henry reportedly played the lute, flute, violin, harpsichord, and pianoforte; Thomas Jefferson was an exceptional violinist; and Robert Carter of Nomini Hall possessed “a good ear for Music, a vastly delicate Taste and . . . good instruments,” including a variety of German flutes and an organ “built in part according to his own design.”

    Angel in the Whirlwind

  • States of America, Thomas Jefferson Randolph, of the said

    Memoir Correspondence And Miscellanies

  • To Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, who formed a faction they called “republican” but that was promptly labeled Anti-Federalist, federalism emphasized the diffusion of power to levels of government closest to the people and furthest from royalism—at that time, the states.

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • The Writings of Thomas Jefferson Washington, D.C., 1903—1904, 10 vols.

    Robert Morris

  • One day, while Thomas Jefferson was a student at William and Mary College, at Williamsburg, a young friend named Patrick Henry dropped in to see him, and announced that he had come to Williamsburg to be admitted to the bar.

    American Men of Action

  • Early History of the University of Virginia, as contained in the letters of Thomas Jefferson and Joseph C. Cabell.

    Report of the Commissioners for the University of Virginia

  • Critics like the pamphleteer James Thomson Cal-lender secretly subsidized by the Anti-Federalist Thomas Jefferson evidently infuriated Washington.

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • Two years later, concerned citizens nominated West Quoddy Head, farther down the coast, as a more suitable position, and in 1806 Thomas Jefferson had ordered the construction of a rubblestone lighthouse on the spot.

    The Killing Kind

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