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Thomas Jefferson travels : selected writings, 1784-1789

Jefferson, Thomas 1743-1826 (Author). Brandt, Anthony. (Added Author).

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Clayton County Library System:
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STACKS 973.324 JEFFERSON, THOMAS
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  • ISBN: 9780792254867
  • ISBN: 0792254864
  • Physical Description: xvii, 388 p. : map ; 24 cm.
    print
  • Publisher: Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society, c2006.

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Includes bibliographical references (p. [376]-[377]) and index.
Contents:
The first year -- Jefferson the mentor -- The labyrinth of diplomacy -- We'll always have Paris -- To the South of France -- Between two revolutions -- A little tour in Holland and Germany -- The final year.
Summary, etc.: The first collection of Jefferson's reflections on his wide-ranging travels, this book draws on his journals, personal correspondence, and other writing, using Jefferson's own words to open a window on the world in which he played so important a part. From his views on his native Virginia to his extensive tours of New England, he shows us America as it was in our earliest years as a nation. He records his extensive, sophisticated impressions of Europe, formed during a five-year sojourn in France, which included visits to northern Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, and England. His correspondence with Lewis and Clark reveals not just a seasoned traveler's wisdom and a bottomless curiosity about the American wilderness, but his passionate explorer's wish that he could actually join their Corps of Discovery. Editor Brandt's commentary provides historic and cultural context to fill in the background of this panoramic vision.--From publisher description.
Subject: Europe Description and travel
Jefferson, Thomas 1743-1826 Travel Europe
Diplomats Europe Correspondence
Presidents United States Correspondence
Jefferson, Thomas 1743-1826 Correspondence
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