Sponsored by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation in conjunction with Princeton University, the Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies has assumed responsibility for transcribing and editing (in chronological volumes) 16,000+ Jefferson-related documents from the end of Jefferson's second term as President (March 1809) until his death in 1826.
The Family Letters Digital Archive
A website created by the staff of the The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement series that features letters written by the families of Jefferson's daughters.
Books Published at the Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies
(listed annually in order of publication)
Susan R. Stein, The Worlds of Thomas Jefferson at Monticello*
Dumas Malone, Thomas Jefferson: A Brief Biography*
Merrill D. Peterson, The Political Writings of Thomas Jefferson*
Lucia C. Stanton, Slavery at Monticello
Douglas L. Wilson, Jefferson's Books
Monticello: A Guidebook
William M. Kelso, Archaeology at Monticello
Robert C. Lautman, Thomas Jefferson's Monticello: A Photographic Portrait
Published by Monacelli Press with the cooperation of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Inc.
Bernard McMahon, The American Gardener's Calendar
(Reprint from 1806, published with new introduction)
Center for Historic Plants
Douglas L. Wilson, "The Most Flattering Incident of My Life": Essays Celebrating the Bicentennial of Thomas Jefferson's American Philosophical Society Presidency, 1797-1814
Published for the Friends of the Library, American Philosophical Society
(Addresses given at an event presented by the American Philosophical Society and the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation (Monticello), Philadelphia, June 18, 1997)
William L. Beiswanger, Monticello in Measured Drawings
Merrill D. Peterson, The Jefferson Image in the American Mind
(Reprint from 1960, published with new introduction)
Eugene R. Sheridan, Jefferson and Religion
Douglas L. Wilson, In His Own Words: Thomas Jefferson on Politics & Principles
Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, with the cooperation of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation
Edwin Morris Betts, Thomas Jefferson's Farm Book
(Reprint from 1953)
Edwin Morris Betts, Thomas Jefferson's Garden Book, 1766-1824
(Reprint from 1944, published with new introduction)
Julian P. Boyd, The Declaration of Independence: The Evolution of the Text (Revised edition)
Library of Congress in association with the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Inc.
James P. Ronda, Jefferson's West: A Journey with Lewis and Clark
Sandor Salgo, Thomas Jefferson, Musician and Violinist
With assistance from Stanford University
Lucia C. Stanton, Free Some Day: The African-American Families of Monticello
Noble E. Cunningham, The Inaugural Addresses of Thomas Jefferson, 1801 and 1805
Published by the University of Missouri Press with the support of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Inc.
Melvin I. Urofsky, The Levy Family and Monticello, 1834-1923: Saving Thomas Jefferson's House
Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello
Silvio A. Bedini, Jefferson and Science
Andrew Burstein, Letters from the Head and Heart: Writings of Thomas Jefferson
Noble E. Cunningham, Jefferson and Monroe: Constant Friendship and Respect
Laura Malkin, ed., The Great Birthday of Our Republic: Celebrating Independence Day at Monticello
James E. Lewis, Jr., The Louisiana Purchase: Jefferson’s Noble Bargain?
Gary E. Moulton, ed., From Monticello to Jefferson's West: Celebrating the Bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark Expedition
In cooperation with the Center for Great Plains Studies
Jennings L. Wagoner, Jr., Jefferson and Education
Damon Lee Fowler, ed., Dining at Monticello
Keith Thomson, A Passion for Nature: Thomas Jefferson and Natural History
Monticello: A Guidebook. Revised edition.
The Words of Thomas Jefferson
Helen Cripe, Thomas Jefferson and Music. New edition.
William L. Beiswanger, Monticello in Measured Drawings. New edition.
Ann Lucas Birle and Lisa Francavilla, eds. Thomas Jefferson’s Granddaughter in Queen Victoria’s England. Thomas Jefferson Foundation and Massachusetts Historical Society.
Lucia Stanton, “Those Who Labor for My Happiness:” Slavery at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello
Peter J. Hatch, “A Rich Spot of Earth:” Thomas Jefferson’s Revolutionary Garden at Monticello. Thomas Jefferson Foundation and Yale University Press.
*Initially published prior to the formation of the International Center for Jefferson Studies, but since reprinted under its auspices.
Monticello's ongoing publications program is supported by The Davis Publications Endowment.