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The Thomas Jefferson Papers
Complete Thomas Jefferson papers from the Manuscript Division at the Library of Congress. Consists of approximately 27,000 documents representing the largest collection of original Jefferson documents in the world. Includes correspondence, books, financial accounts, manuscript volumes, drawings, maps, notes, memoranda, and drafts of documents. Covers Jefferson's activities as delegate to the second Continental Congress, governor of Virginia, minister plenipotentiary in Europe, minister to the Court of Louis XVI, and president of the United States. In its online presentation, the Thomas Jefferson Papers comprises approximately 83,000 images. The collection is being presented in successive releases. The First Release, which comprises the first installment of Series 1, General Correspondence, dating from 1621 through 1789, and all of Series 8, relating to Virginia history, from 1606-1737, was in April 1999 (together, about 20,000 images).

Thomas Jefferson Online Resources at the University of Virginia
Provides a collection of resources on U.S. President Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826), provided by the University of Virginia. Contains information and resources related to Jefferson, such as electronic texts of letters and manuscripts by or to Jefferson, quotations, bibliographies, online exhibitions, and organizations. Details the Thomas Jefferson papers at the university.

Thomas Jefferson
Entry from the White House website's online encyclopedia of U.S. presidents.

Presents information about Monticello, the Virginia home of U.S. president Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826). Describes a typical day in Jefferson's life. Provides information about the Garden Shop, the hours of operation, location, tickets and tours, and school programs. Includes information about the Jefferson-Hemings DNA testing and the Levy family, who cared for Monticello.
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