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VG/VG some shelf wear, brown stain to front endsheets, inscription to previous owner on ffep, otherwise clean. Green cloth binding with green illustrated dust jacket. xv, 704 pp. Approx. 36 B&W plates. Annotated by Edwin Morris Betts. Contents: Early years (1766-1775)--Revolutionary period (1776-1783)--Minister to France (1784-1789)--Secretary of State (1790-1793)--Monticello interlude (1794-1796)--Vice President (1797-1800)--President (1801-1808)--Retirement (1809-1826)--Appendix I: Jefferson's summary of his meteorological journal for the years 1810 through 1816 at Monticello--Appendix II: The water supply at Monticello--Appendix III: Extract of a letter to Anthony Giannini--A list of plants sent by Jefferson from Paris about 1786 to Francis Eppes--A memorandum, probably left to Edmund Bacon, about 1808 or 1809--Extract of a letter written to Henry S. Randall by Jefferson's granddaughter, Ellen Randolph Coolidge--Extracts from the diary of General John Hartwell Cocke, of Bremo, Fluvanna County, Virginia--A statement of the vegetable market at Washington--Appendix IV: Jefferson's scheme for a system of agricultural societies, March, 1811--Appendix V: Jefferson's "Notes on the State of Virginia": plants--Appendix VI: Jefferson's description of his mouldboard of least resistance in a letter to Sir John Sinclair--Appendix VII: Books and pamphlets on agriculture, gardening, and botany in the library of Thomas Jefferson.
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