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Beth Sawyer

One of the favourite parts of my job as an archaeological analyst at Monticello is presenting our research to visitors.  I love the opportunity to tell the story of those who made Monticello their home hundreds of years ago.  Things as simple as broken dishes, lost buttons, and discarded tobacco...MORE »

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Archaeology
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Endrina Tay

Early American...MORE »

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Food and drink
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Leslie Greene Bowman


The Thomas Jefferson Foundation Signs Memorandum of Understanding with the National Library of China for Exhibition in 2015

On Wednesday, November 20, 2013 in the Benjamin Franklin Room of the State Department, Secretary of State John Kerry and Vice Premier of China...MORE »

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Gardiner Hallock
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Lily Fox-Bruguiere

Thomas Jefferson, planter of 330 different vegetable varieties and celebrated today as “America’s first foodie,” was also passionate about growing ornamental flowering plants, both native and exotic, in the gardens at Monticello. Writing to his granddaughter, Ann Cary Randolph, from Washington...MORE »

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Farm and Gardens
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Monticello

Monticello will remain open and operate as usual in the event of a federal shutdown this October 2013.

Monticello is owned and operated by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Inc., a private, nonprofit organization that receives...MORE »

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