PAPERS AND CORRESPONDENCE
Writings / Thomas Jefferson. -- New York : Literary Classics of the
U.S., c1984. -- 1600 p. : map. E302 .J442 1984
Bibliographic notes: p. 1532-1579.
Contents: Autobiography -- A summary view of the rights of British America -- Notes on the State of Virginia -- Public papers -- Addresses, messages, and replies -- Miscellany -- Letters.
"Merrill D. Peterson wrote the notes and selected the texts for this volume."
Writings are published in full from editions either supervised by or contemporary to Jefferson.
The Adams-Jefferson letters : the complete correspondence between
Thomas Jefferson and Abigail and John Adams / edited by Lester J. Cappon.
-- Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, . -- 2 v.
Recording a relationship of more than 50 years, the letters between Jefferson and Adams reflect the development of their ideals, and the turmoils and triumphs of diplomatic service and high political office.
Cunningham, Noble E.
In pursuit of reason : the life of Thomas Jefferson. -- Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, c1987. -- 414 p.
E332 .C95 1987
Jefferson and his time. -- Boston : Little, Brown, 1948-1981. -- 6 v. : ill. E332 .M25
An exhaustive biography of the subject and his milieu.
Thomas Jefferson : a reference biography / Merrill D. Peterson, editor.
-- New York : Scribner, c1986. -- 513 p.
E332 .T43 1986
MAN OF LEARNING, CULTURE AND SCIENCE
The Eye of Th. Jefferson : [exhibition] / William Howard Adams, editor.
-- Washington : National Gallery of Art, 1976. -- 411 p.
This exhaustive catalog re-creates the world known to Thomas Jefferson, depicting visual arts, furniture, decorative objects and scientific instruments from the period.
Jefferson and the arts : an extended view / edited by William Howard
Adams. -- Washington : National Gallery of Art, 1976. -- 293 p. E332.2
A companion volume to The Eye of Th. Jefferson.
Gilreath, James and Douglas L. Wilson, eds.
Thomas Jefferson's library : a catalog with the entries in his own order. -- Washington : Library of Congress, 1988. -- 149 p.
Z997.J48 G55 1988
In 1823 Nicholas Trist, at Jefferson's request, rewrote the catalog to the book collection that had been sold to reestablish the Library of Congress. This restored arrangement reflected his intellectual classification of the works as well as their physical placement on the shelves at Monticello.
Greene, John C.
American science in the age of Jefferson / John C. Greene. -- Ames : Iowa State University Press, 1984. -- 484 p.
Q127.U6 G69 1984
MAN OF LAW AND POLITICS
Kaplan, Lawrence S.
Entangling alliances with none : American foreign policy in the age of Jefferson. -- Kent, Ohio : Kent State University Press, c1987. -- 230 p. E310.7 .K37 1987
Bibliography: p. -223.
Asserts that Thomas Jefferson contributed more to the development of American foreign policy from 1776 to 1820 than did any other statesman.
The presidency of Thomas Jefferson . -- Lawrence : University Press of Kansas, c1976. -- 201 p. E331 .M32
Tracing Jefferson's politics from Henry St. John, First Viscount Bolingbroke and the English Oppositionists, McDonald explains the practical application of these ideas from 1801 to 1809 and Jefferson's success as chief executive.
Jefferson's English crisis : commerce, embargo, and the republican revolution. -- Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1979. -- xiii, 250 p. E331 .S68
Bibliography: p. -241.
Focuses on Jefferson's foreign policy with Great Britain from 1803 to 1809. Using the embargo as an example, Spivak delineates the tension between the republican ideology of the third administration and the commercial goals of the early republic.
FAMILY, HOMES AND HAUNTS
Randolph, Sarah N.
The domestic life of Thomas Jefferson. -- New York : Harper & brothers, 1871. -- 432 p. : ill. E332.25 .R2 1871
Drawing on her childhood at Monticello and her memories of her great-grandfather, the author recalls the private side of a public family.
The family letters of Thomas Jefferson / edited by Edwin Morris
Betts and James Adam Bear, Jr. -- Columbia : University of Missouri Press, . -- 506 p. : ill. E332 .86 1966
This annotated compilation clarifies the varying personal names and relationships of the three generations of this close-knit family.
Adams, William Howard.
Jefferson's Monticello. With principal photography by Langdon Clay. -- New York : Abbeville Press, c1983. -- 276 p. : ill. (some col.) E332.74 .A3 1983
Traces the history of this "unsurpassed autobiographical legacy" from the earliest drawing of 1767 to the present. The epilogue, documenting the fate of the house, provides a glimpse of opposing decorating styles: classical architecture vs. Victorian furnishings.
Jefferson and Monticello : the biography of a builder. -- New York : H. Holt, c1988. -- 481 p. E332.2 .M43 1988
The author believes that "those who construct their own shelter replicate themselves, at their deepest and most significant level, in their houses."
For additional bibliographic citations see the forthcoming work, The Presidents of the United States: The First Twenty Years, compiled by John Guidas and Marilyn K. Parr (Library of Congress, 1993).