Autobiography of Thomas Jefferson
by Thomas Jefferson
Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons 1914
Number of pages: 224
Autobiography of Thomas Jefferson, 1743-1790, together with a summary of the chief events in Jefferson's life. The Autobiography left by Thomas Jefferson belongs to the literature of the Nation. The distinctive character of the man, his imagination, his intellectual force, and his patriotism, have served to make Jefferson a great figure in American history.
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