Find out about the 5,000-acre Monticello plantation that was home to both the Jefferson family and an extended community of workers, black and white, enslaved and free.
Crops, Produce, and Livestock
Agricultural Machinery and Tools
Trades and skills
Since little remains of the structures that once lined Mulberry Row, it's a challenge to imagine it as the hub of industry on Jefferson's little mountain. This page has links to information about several types of work that occurred at the Monticello plantation.
Detailed information on over 600 individuals owned by Jefferson throughout his life.More »