Jefferson and Wine: Pt. IV

February 9, 2011

We’ve been a few blog posts short of a full deck of late (if I may mix metaphors for a moment [Ed. note – accidental alliteration FTW!]), so lets see if we can play catch up…

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Poll: Favorite TJ Nickname

January 24, 2011


America’s Original Party of Five Pt. I

June 30, 2010

We all know who shouldered the bulk of writing the Declaration of Independence (click here for a hint), but can you name the other 4 members who made up the original 13 States’ Party of Five?

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TJ’s Pea Soup…

June 25, 2010

and other great recipes….

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TJ and Comics Pt. II

June 23, 2010

Would Mr. Jefferson have enjoyed the high literary experience of comic books? If they were in Ancient Greek or Latin perhaps. Nonetheless, enjoy some TJ-related comics, webcomics, and graphic novels (or at least the links to them) below…

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The TJ Infomercial

June 18, 2010

Billed as Thomas Jefferson meets Billy Mays, this short YouTube clip was a creative class history project…

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Fathers Day Gifts: NeckTie Edition

June 14, 2010

Father’s Day is fast approaching. Stuck on something to get dear old Dad? If you’re looking for something that will sit in the back of his sock drawer for the next decade unused, we have just the thing!

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TJ on Flickr: Valentine’s Day Edition

February 12, 2010

“Thomas Jefferson still lives” as John Adams once famously said (allegedly), and we have the photos to prove it…

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Weekend Poll: Name TJ’s Next Grandson

February 6, 2010

TJ named his grandchildren after himself, BFF James Madison, Founding Father Benjamin Franklin, personal secretary and explorer Meriwether Lewis, and law mentor George Wythe.

Who would he name one after next?

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2 New Books on Jefferson

February 5, 2010

Two new books grace the bookstore shelves on the Architect of Albemarle

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