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As I type this, I can still hear the sounds of home educator families enjoying activities in the...More >>
"So you work in the Archaeology Lab...but what do you do, exactly?" This is a question I have...More >>
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Archaeology
Asparagus washed
Time for the March installment of our monthly series in which we post a recipe from The Virginia...More >>
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Food and drink
Mulberry Row
Building upon more than 50 years of archaeological investigation and documentary research,...More >>
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Mulberry Row
I recently visited Virginia Tech for the Virginia Association of Museums Fundamentals Forum (sorry...More >>
A tiny scrap of paper with Greek notes in Jefferson's hand tucked in Plutarch
By Ann Lucas Birle and Endrina Tay Last week, we had the privilege of being the first Monticello...More >>
Ready to trim
Time for the February installment of our monthly series in which we post a recipe from The Virginia...More >>
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Food and drink
James Ferguson, 1710-1776, was a sort of “Bill Nye the Science Guy” of the middle to late 1700s. A...More >>
Want to know what Jefferson thought about a particular issue that continues to be relevant? Well,...More >>
A revolution is brewing in the artisanal beer world, inspired by the taste of Thomas Jefferson and...More >>
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