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Tufton

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Tufton

Tufton farm was one of Thomas Jefferson’s quarter farms and borders the Monticello plantation.

Washington, D.C.

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Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C.

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Washington, D.C.

Tunisian Envoy

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Tunisian Envoy
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A 19th-Century engraving of Barbary state officials in ceremonial garb

Tunisian Envoy

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Tunisian Envoy
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General body image(s): 
A 19th-Century engraving of Barbary state officials in ceremonial garb

"The Men Who Lost America" Author Andrew Jackson O’Shaughnessy

Andrew Jackson O’ShaughnessyAndrew O’Shaughnessy is the Saunders Director of the Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies at Monticello, as well as a Professor of History at the University of Virginia.

Dinner Etiquette

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Dinner Etiquette

During his tenure as President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson promoted a much more informal style of dinner etiquette at the many social gatherings that he hosted.

Dinner Etiquette

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Dinner Etiquette

During his tenure as President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson promoted a much more informal style of dinner etiquette at the many social gatherings that he hosted.

Jefferson Library Reference

The Library welcomes reference inquiries from Foundation staff and the general public regarding the life, times, and legacy of Thomas Jefferson and the Monticello plantation. There is a great deal of information available on our Web site as well, and we encourage you to explore the links below to find your way to the information you need.

For more information on our reference services and policies, please see our Services and Policies page.

Jefferson Library Reference

The Library welcomes reference inquiries from Foundation staff and the general public regarding the life, times, and legacy of Thomas Jefferson and the Monticello plantation. There is a great deal of information available on our Web site as well, and we encourage you to explore the links below to find your way to the information you need.

For more information on our reference services and policies, please see our Services and Policies page.