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In mid-September 1817, Thomas Jefferson was preparing to leave Poplar Forest and return home to...More >>
Cookfire at the American Encampment
Derek Baxter is a guest blogger and Monticello enthusiast who attended the British Invasion, 1781...More >>
A tulip poplar bowl in The Shop at Monticello
“What would I not give that the trees planted nearest round the house at Monticello were full grown...More >>
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Chef Alice Waters was the recipient of the 2017 Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Citizen...More >>
Some brought photographs, others brought books and at least two people brought quilts. But most of...More >>
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The Mountaintop Project is made possible by a transformational contribution from David M...More >>
Figure 1: Early Jefferson sketch for the South Pavilion Kitchen
Over the past two weeks, the archaeology field crew, led by Field Research Manager Crystal Ptacek,...More >>
On February 4, 2017, John W. Franklin, Senior Manager in the Office of External Affairs at the...More >>
When do you get ready for spring? At Monticello, our flower gardeners are at it October through...More >>
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