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One of our informants encountered a story, related by one Thomas Bloomer Balch, a Presbyterian...More >>
Albemarle Monthly magazine just published in its February-March 2007 issue a profile of the...More >>
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The latest issue of the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography (vol. 115, no. 1) has an article...More >>
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As a book reviewer, I found myself looking at a new book entitled: The Pursuit of Glory: Europe,...More >>
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The latest issue of the Journal of the Early Republic (27 no. 1, Spring 2007) is a feast for the Jefferson aficionado, including: "Beyond the Wall: Reinterpreting Jefferson's Danbury Address," by Johann N. Neem Richard Alan Ryerson reviews Adams vs. Jefferson: The Tumultuous Election of 1800 by John FerlingMore >>
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The Jefferson Library is approaching its 5 th anniversary this April. When I saw the completed...More >>
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The Internet, it seems, is a breeding ground for spurious Jefferson quotations. I suppose I shouldn't complain about this, since I secretly (okay, it's not a secret now) enjoy hunting the wily Jefferson Quotation. Most of the time they turn out not to be Jefferson quotations at all. I will ruminate on that at some future point, but for now I want to highlight an interesting case in point.More >>
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One of our former ICJS fellows alerted us to the following news story: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/...More >>
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Sometimes we get inexplicable rashes of questions. There was the "Jefferson wanting Indians to wear...More >>
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A little birdie told me... On Saturday February 10, Professor Bob Miller will talk about his book,...More >>
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