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Monticello

On July 4th, 85 people from 44 countries around the world will fulfill their dreams of becoming U.S....MORE »

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Kassandra Hoffmeister

Odelia Rasheed with her familyOdelia Rasheed, 36, hadn’t planned to become an American.
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Visiting Monticello
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Kassandra Hoffmeister

This July 4th marks the 50th anniversary of the first naturalization ceremony held at Monticello. Kay Nimax, 77, will be there as around 80 men and women from across the globe will become American...MORE »

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Visiting Monticello
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Monticello
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Research, Videos
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PLCornett

P. Allen Smith's Rose Gardens at Moss Mountain

The historic rose...MORE »

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Gardens
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Monticello

Note: click here for information on our annual ...MORE »

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Gardens
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Liz Marshall

March 24, 2012

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Visiting Monticello
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Fraser D. Neiman

Earlier this year, Monticello's archaeology team located the remains of a previously undocumented building on Mulberry Row. The new find consists of a brick paving that served as the floor of a log structure whose walls have left no visible trace. Only the northern edge of the paving has been...MORE »

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Fraser D. Neiman

Over the past two months, Monticello’s archaeologists have discovered two previously unknown archaeological sites that were once the homes of slaves who lived...MORE »

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Archaeology
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Monticello

A Founding Father of the field-to-fork food movement, Thomas Jefferson often entertained the reverie of life as a market gardener with, “…...MORE »

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Gardens

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