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Jack Robertson
The next program in the Virginia Heritage Resource Center's Mining the Treasure House lecture series will be held at noon on Tuesday, 16 September 2008 in the conference rooms adjacent to the lobby of the Library of Virginia at 800 East Broad Street in downtown Richmond. The speakers will be J...MORE »
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Anna Berkes

Congratulations to John Ragosta, one of our former ICJS fellows, who has an article in the new Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, "Fighting for Freedom:...MORE »

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A Summary View, Research
Author: 
Anna Berkes

Annette Gordon-Reed discusses a tricky question in the latest American Heritage magazine (vol. 58 no. 5, Fall 2008): "Did Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson Love Each Other? ...MORE »

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Monticello

This outdoor naturalization ceremony for new citizens on Monticello’s West Lawn is one...MORE »

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July 4th at Monticello, Videos
Author: 
Anna Berkes

A question from a patron prompted me to take another look at the quotation, "dissent is the highest form of patriotism."  This is probably one of the most frequent quotation questions for us, but I haven't taken a fresh look at it for several years.  Google Books has revolutionized the way I...MORE »

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Monticello

Monticello will remain open and operate as usual in the event of a federal shutdown this January 2018.

Monticello is operated by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Inc., a private, nonprofit organization that receives no ongoing federal, state, or...MORE »

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Visiting Monticello
Author: 
Anna Berkes
I've just received a Very Large Book:  The Domestic Architecture of Benjamin...MORE »
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A Summary View
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Anna Berkes

Our very own Elizabeth V. Chew has an article published in the new book...MORE »

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Anna Berkes
Our very own Rick Britton will be giving a lecture on Thursday, May 31st at 7:00 P.M. at the Historic Fluvanna Courthouse in Palmyra, Virginia, titled, "General John Hartwell Cocke of Fluvanna."  The lecture is hosted by the Fluvanna County...MORE »
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Anna Berkes
An alert patron alerted me to the following: "American Revolution Flags Sell for $17.4 Million."  Apparently Col. Banastre Tarleton was quite the flag...MORE »
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