Thomas Jefferson's Monticello in Virginia. President Jefferson's stately 1769 mansion with tours, a museum, a cafe, a collection of books, gifts, furniture, reproductions, and historic seeds and plants reflecting the interests of Thomas Jefferson. (V)

Next time we go to DC, definitely taking a day trip: Thomas Jefferson's Monticello (Virginia)

Image of Thomas Jefferson by Charles Wilson Peale, 1791. - Credit: Library of Congress

How Much Do You Know About Thomas Jefferson?

Thomas Jefferson tongue twister in Hamilton

This immigrant isn't somebody we chose! This immigrant's keepin' us all on our toes! Let's show these Federalists what they're up against!

#3 Martha Wayles Skelton Jefferson, wife of third president Thomas Jefferson. (b. 1748 - d. 1782). She died after eleven years of marriage, Jefferson remained a widower for the rest of his life after promising her he would never remarry. Her death also was 18 years before Jefferson was elected president in 1800. No facial image of her survives. This portrait was based on contemporary descriptions and executed 183 years after her death.

A 1965 oil portrait of Martha Wayles Skelton Jefferson by artist George Geygan, based on contemporary descriptions of her physical attributes and executed 183 years after her death. (First Ladies Cookbook, Parents Press)

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Thomas Jefferson is the author of the Declaration of Independence. The Declaration of Independence is significant in many ways such as emphasizing liberty rather than equality and outlining voting rights.

A Country With No Border, Is Not A Country.  ~  Thomas Jefferson  (April 13, 1743 -- July 4, 1826) -

3rd US President

This quote is an example of his political beliefs but I used this quote as an accomplishment. Thomas Jefferson purchased Louisiana from Napoleon and expanded the U. Border more than twice its Original Colonial size.

Martha Jefferson - 3rd

America's First Ladies: From Martha Washington to Today

Martha Jefferson Randolph, also known as Patsy, in an 1881 engraving by J. She was the daughter of Thomas Jefferson and Martha Wayles Skelton Jefferson.

Thomas Jefferson PowerPoint is great for building background for Presidents' Day activities. A biography of Thomas Jefferson, our nation's 3rd President and author of the Declaration of Independence. From his early years to his passing, follow the impressive accomplishments and achievements of a great founding father.

Thomas Jefferson Biography PowerPoint - Presidents Day Informational Text

Eleonora R. Sears was not just the great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson, she was also a well-known athlete in the early 20th C. She made waves playing tennis with rolled up shirt sleeves and caused a stir in when she rode front-saddle into an all-male polo arena while wearing pants. Despite receiving criticism for her unfeminine style, she remained popular at home and abroad, and has been called “The Mother of Title IX” for her impact on women in sports.

The Mother of Title IX

Back in the early Eleonora Sears ice-skated, shot rifles, rode horses, and raced yachts. She excelled in 19 sports, making her America’s most versatile female athlete. And—horrors—she wore pants.

Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power

Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power

Thomas Jefferson (DK Biography)

Thomas Jefferson (DK Biography)