For his home state of Virginia he served as governor and member of the House of Delegates and the House of Burgesses as well as filling various local offices — all tallied into almost five decades of public service. He also omitted his work as a lawyer, architect, writer, farmer, gentleman scientist, and life as patriarch of an extended family at Monticello, both white and black. He offered no particular explanation as to why only these three accomplishments should be recorded, but they were unique to Jefferson.
(Born April 13, 1743, at Shadwell, Virginia; died July 4, 1826, Monticello)
- 11" x 14" Giclee Print
- Features the Porch at Monticello Which was the Home of Thomas Jefferson
- By Artist Linda Boudreaux Montgomery
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