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Recently arrived as a very kind gift from two former fellows: Thomas Barclay (1728-1793): Consul in...More >>
. . . with the news of Barack Obama's election? Historian (and former ICJS Fellow ) Joseph J. Ellis...More >>
The latest Journal of Southern History (volume LXXIV no. 4, or 74 for us Roman-numerically-...More >>
For my Fake TJ Stories files, and for the edification of our 6 devoted readers, I offer the...More >>
The arrival of the latest William and Mary Quarterly (or WMQ , as I affectionately call it) has...More >>
Our new project at the Jefferson Encyclopedia centers around heirloom seeds and plants from the...More >>
It's not quite brand new, but a number of our staff were positively googly-eyed over this book, so I thought it worth mentioning: A Pattern Book of Tools and Household Goods , published by the Early American Industries Association in cooperation with the " tMore >>
...and who doesn't, really? Well, this is the museum exhibit for you: "Feeding Desire: Design and...More >>
Sometimes it's a little scary how persistent apocryphal stories about Jefferson are. Case in point...More >>
Say we're a library. Specifically, a library attached to a world famous (indeed, a U.N. World Heritage-designated) historic site. We have an incredible array of information about the founding father for whom we work: scholarly monographs, popular books, documentaries, journal and magazine articles, primary sources, secondary sources--heck, we'd even have quaternary and quinary sources if such exist.More >>
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