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PTJ:RS Volume 7
Tune in to Charlottesville—Right Now! with Coy Barefoot this evening at 5 p.m. on News Radio 1070...More >>
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Research
Jefferson’s granddaughters began venturing “into society” in the 1810s. His first granddaughter Ann...More >>
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Research
Cabbage in the kitchen
Over on Facebook , we've been running a series of monthly notes in which we post a recipe from The...More >>
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Food and drink
Photograph showing corner of billiard table in the Dome Room
There are a lot of stories about Monticello that crept into the lore over the years - mostly after...More >>
In the wake of the release of U.S. diplomatic cables on Wikileaks, Eric Johnson, Monticello's New...More >>
As the winter cold settles in, we have opened this year, in part of our Mountaintop Shop, a comfort...More >>
"Cardinal," Mark Catesby
A few years ago I was going about my business in the Museum Shop when I noticed a small crowd of...More >>
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Gardens
When Thomas Jefferson was seventy-four years old and had been retired from Washington for seven...More >>
This eerie picture is from one of my favorite memories of working at Monticello, when we were just...More >>
I am always interested in and often entertained by some of the ways I’ve seen Jefferson and other “...More >>

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