Thomas Jefferson by Charles Bird King, 1836, after Gilbert Stuart, at the Smithsonian Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. Photo 2016 by Amy Cools
As I rest after completing my term papers, exploring the highlands and islands of Scotland with my dear friends, I find I have little time to write and even less time with good internet connection. So let me share some old things with you, friends, until I can write and record for O.P. again.
In remembrance of Thomas Jefferson (April 13, 1743 – July 4, 1826) on his birthday, here are my tributes to his memory, his life, and his ideas from over the years:
To Washington DC, Virginia, and Philadelphia I Go, In Search of Thomas Jefferson
To Paris, France I Go, In Search of Revolution-Era Thomas Paine, Mary Wollstonecraft, and Thomas Jefferson
and my thrilling interview with Clay Jenkinson, Jefferson scholar, of just over two years ago
Interview with Clay Jenkinson as Thomas Jefferson
I hope you enjoy following me as I followed in the footsteps of Jefferson!
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