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Monticello: A Guidebook

Monticello A Guidebook Thomas Jefferson s Monticello is an international treasure The only residence in America on the United Nations World Heritage List it ranks with the Great Wall of China and the pyramids of Egypt as a

  • Title: Monticello: A Guidebook
  • Author: Susan R. Stein Peter J. Hatch
  • ISBN: 9781882886043
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Paperback
  • Thomas Jefferson s Monticello is an international treasure The only residence in America on the United Nations World Heritage List, it ranks with the Great Wall of China and the pyramids of Egypt as an irreplaceable historical site Monticello A Guidebook is a fully illustrated guide to the house, gardens, and plantation, with authoritative information on Jefferson s exThomas Jefferson s Monticello is an international treasure The only residence in America on the United Nations World Heritage List, it ranks with the Great Wall of China and the pyramids of Egypt as an irreplaceable historical site Monticello A Guidebook is a fully illustrated guide to the house, gardens, and plantation, with authoritative information on Jefferson s extraordinary life and career Senior members of the Monticello professional staff have prepared this guidebook especially for visitors to Jefferson s mountain.

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    1 thought on “Monticello: A Guidebook

    1. Neat little guidebook. After repeated trips to Biltmore, Monticello was kind of like the guest house. I really enjoyed the library. I did not know that Jefferson sold his library and that was the start of the Library of Congress. One of Jefferson's quotes was "I cannot live without books." Needless to say, I got two of those t-shirts at the gift shop, along with a couple new wine glasses. Jefferson had a dumb waiter that went straight to the wine cellar for his evening reflections with guests. B [...]

    2. I bought this guidebook at Monticello when I visited this past summer. I wanted to learn a little bit more about this beautiful house. This guide was brief, but informative. I would have given it 5 stars had there been pictures of the rooms on the 2nd floor. If I ever go there again, I'm shelling out the extra money to go up there!

    3. Gives you a great over view of Monticello and Thomas Jefferson. Reading this book is almost as seeing the house in person.

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