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1785–after 1831

Brothers James and Philip Hubbard were brought to Monticello in their early teens to work in the Nailery. In later years, both were runaways, but for different reasons.

Children operating a working model based on Jefferson's Polygraph copying machin
A hands-on activity center for children Monticello visitors—especially those ages 6 to 12—can literally get in touch with American history in the Griffin Discovery Room through hands-on activities. This educational environment provides a variety of ways for young people to connect with Thomas...


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