A study of Thomas Jefferson's retirement years at Monticello captures a turbulent period in the former president's life marked by personal and financial problems, domestic violence, depression, the disintegration of his family, contradictory feelings about slavery, the founding of the University of Virginia, and contributions to American political thought. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.

  • Memoirs
  • Historical
  • South
  • Presidents & Heads Of State
  • 19Th Century
  • State & Local
  • Revolution & Founding
  • Jefferson, Thomas

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