In 1826, Thomas Jefferson was laid to rest at Monticello beside his wife and daughters His epitaph, which he composed, reads, Here was buried Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of American Independence, of the Statute of Virginia for Religious Freedom, and father of the University of Virginia Jefferson s tombstone does not bear a word of his political accomplishment forty years as an officeholder, Virginia assemblyman, Continental congressman, ambassador to France, secretary of state, vice president, and president of the United States He felt that these were honors the people had given him, and he wanted no credit for them But the three accomplishments chiseled into the coarse stone he specified for his monument were his gifts to the people of the United States They sum up Jefferson s vision of a nation of free people with the education and culture to preserve and enjoy their freedom Here is his story. Best Read [ Jefferson ] author [ Davidson Butler ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook –

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  • 139 pages
  • Jefferson
  • Davidson Butler
  • English
  • 22 April 2018

10 thoughts on “ Jefferson

  1. says:

    JEFFERSON by Davidson Butler can be classified as both a biography and a history book It is written in a manner that is easy to read and understand and is not just dry facts I enjoyed the book which covers the life of Thomas Jefferson as both a person and a political figure.I rated this book three stars because the...

  2. says:

    The American icon.Disheartened by the vitriolic actions and inactivity of our non representative congress, I have lately taken to reading the biographies of our greatest presidents It seems, throughout our entire national history, our rowdy but well meaning representatives seldom agreed on anything The troubling constant being the unrelenting struggle of the entitled to wrest self determination from the working class The universal mark of greatness was the strength with which these great The Ameri...

  3. says:

    This was an interesting book, and Thomas Jefferson has always been one of my favorite Presidents I did a report on him in third grade, and I have always read all I could about him This book will be a must read for all history fans, and it is filled with details interesting facts.

  4. says:

    History is aliveIt is sometimes hard to visualize that our heritage comes for people who made tremendous sacrifices and brave decisions This book is well written and helps I making our history come alive.

  5. says:

    When Integrity Mattered In this engaging story about Thomas Jefferson, the author paints a portrait of one of the most prominent men of the American Revolution In a light readable style, this story moves along through the various highs and lows of the life of Thomas Jefferson From the American Revolution up to his successful presidency, what we get here is a rounded portrait of Jefferson that is full of his achievement as well as his personal struggles back home In a time when trust in our When Int...

  6. says:

    This is a fairly short overview of the life and accomplishments of Thomas Jefferson It is very pro Jefferson, and not nearly in depth as some of the other biographies of Thomas Jefferson that are out there Despite that, it provides a different perspective and some information that is missing in many of the other books, including Jefferson s prolific interest in science and his inventions as ...

  7. says:

    President JeffersonThis bibliography presented a complete and insightful description of Thomas Jefferson and of his life and accomplishments The biographer presented a very adequate chronology and the implications of Jefferson s personal, political and civic lives I feel well informe...

  8. says:

    At 86 i learnedEven at my advanced age, i learned so much i never knew I always admired him as a founder and father of the constitution but grew to love him through these words It seems to me the author must love him also.

  9. says:

    Almost puerile in its fanboy simplicity, this book readslike a hagiography than an historical biography It s not that the author misstates any facts but that he elides over the complexities that are what made Jefferson so truly great.

  10. says:

    Thoroughly enjoyed a glimpse of this great man He was a pioneer in so many ways and he and Adams passing away on July 4th only could be providential.Great read Thoroughly enjoyed a glimpse of this great man and the fact he and Adams passed away on July 4th only providential.

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