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1871 1st ed Thomas Jefferson Domestic Life Americana Slaves Politics Randolph

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“I cannot live without books.” ― Thomas Jefferson Sarah Randolph’s ‘Domestic Life of Thomas Jefferson’ is a rare, late 19th-century account of the private life of the American founding father. According to Randolph’s preface, her intent was solely to provide a survey of Jefferson’s life outside of politics. So much had been published regarding his government and political involvement, Randolph decided to write about his settlement in Virginia, his reception by slaves and slave owners, his relationships with other founding fathers, as well as his letters regarding the French Revolution. $499.00 In stock Add to cart Free shipping wordwide! Satisfaction Guaranteed, “I cannot live without books.” ― Thomas Jefferson Sarah Randolph’s ‘Domestic Life of Thomas Jefferson’ is a rare, late 19th-century account of the private life of the American founding father. According to Randolph’s preface, her intent was solely to provide a survey of Jefferson’s life outside of politics. So much had been published regarding his government and political involvement, Randolph decided to write about his settlement in Virginia, his reception by slaves and slave owners, his relationships with other founding fathers, as well as his letters regarding the French Revolution. $499.00 In stock Add to cart Free shipping wordwide! Satisfaction Guaranteed, “I cannot live without books.” ― Thomas Jefferson Sarah Randolph’s ‘Domestic Life of Thomas Jefferson’ is a rare, late 19th-century account of the private life of the American founding father. According to Randolph’s preface, her intent was solely to provide a survey of Jefferson’s life outside of politics. So much had been published regarding his government and political involvement, Randolph decided to write about his settlement in Virginia, his reception by slaves and slave owners, his relationships with other founding fathers, as well as his letters regarding the French Revolution. “I cannot live without books.”, ― Thomas Jefferson, Sarah Randolph’s ‘Domestic Life of Thomas Jefferson’ is a rare, late 19th-century account of the private life of the American founding father. According to Randolph’s preface, her intent was solely to provide a survey of Jefferson’s life outside of politics. So much had been published regarding his government and political involvement, Randolph decided to write about his settlement in Virginia, his reception by slaves and slave owners, his relationships with other founding fathers, as well as his letters regarding the French Revolution. th, $499.00 In stock Add to cart Free shipping wordwide! Satisfaction Guaranteed, $, $499.00, In stock, Add to cart, Free shipping wordwide!, Satisfaction Guaranteed
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