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Odelia Rasheed, 36, hadn’t planned to become an American. “I was still thinking we’re not going to...More >>
This July 4th marks the 50th anniversary of the first naturalization ceremony held at Monticello...More >>
Historian, author, professor, and former former Fellow at Monticello's Robert H. Smith...More >>
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Research, Videos
P. Allen Smith (right) with Peggy Cornett, Curator of Plants at Monticello
The historic rose collections at the Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic Plants, established over...More >>
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Gardens
Note: click here for information on our annual “Wine and Roses” Open House . This Saturday, May...More >>
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Gardens
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Earlier this year, Monticello's archaeology team located the remains of a previously undocumented...More >>
A Padlock, matching one found on Mulberry Row
Over the past two months, Monticello’s archaeologists have discovered two previously unknown...More >>
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Archaeology
A Founding Father of the field-to-fork food movement, Thomas Jefferson often entertained the...More >>
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Gardens
Thank you to all the young scholars and family members who turned out for Monticello’s 3 rd annual...More >>

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