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History
Author: Donald Jackson
ISBN: 0252008235
Subcategory: Americas
Pages 290 pages
Publisher University of Illinois Press; First Edition edition (January 1, 1981)
Language English
Category: History
Rating: 4.8
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by Donald Jackson


Donald C. Jackson, Cornelia F. Hugel Professor of History at Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania, is the author of Great American Bridges and Dams.

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Donald Jackson cogently recounts Jefferson’s fundamental role in. .This book was full of interesting facts and information I had not heard of before

Thomas Jefferson & the Rocky Mountains: Exploring the West from Monticello. 0806125047 (ISBN13: 9780806125046). This book was full of interesting facts and information I had not heard of before. I loved the way he intertwined actual letters of Jefferson into the chapters.

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Are you sure you want to remove Thomas Jefferson & the Stony Mountains from your list? Thomas Jefferson & the Stony Mountains. Published 1981 by University of Illinois Press in Urbana, London. Internet Archive Wishlist, Views on the West (. Discovery and exploration, Books and reading, Views on the West, Description and travel. Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826). Bibliography, p311-324.

Thomas Jefferson and the Stony Mountains: Exploring the West from Monticello. by Donald Dean Jackson.

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The Washington State Library provided the bibliographic information. Call numbers are for the Washington State Library. University of Illinois Press, 1981.

Thomas Jefferson petitioned then US President George Washington for his appointment. University of Virginia Press. Jackson, Donald 1981. Thomas Jefferson and the Rocky Mountains: Exploring the West from Monticello. University of Oklahoma Press

Thomas Jefferson petitioned then US President George Washington for his appointment. Maury became America's first consul to Liverpool, England, a position which he held from 1790 to 1829. He resigned due to Jacksonian politics. During this overseas appointment, both he and his nephew Matthew Fontaine Maury (born in 1806) had opportunities to discuss and study the natural philosophy lectures (mainly physics) of Thomas Young, published in 1807. University of Oklahoma Press. a b Pecquet du Bellet, Louise (1907).

Thomas Jefferson & the Stony Mountains: Exploring the West from Monticello

Thomas Jefferson & the Stony Mountains: Exploring the West from Monticello.

Although he did not travel farther inland than the slopes of the Appalachians, Thomas Jefferson must take his place alongside Zebulon Pike, Kit Carson, Jim Bridger, and Lewis and Clark--the men who blazed the great western trails. Donald Jackson cogently recounts Jeffersonâ?s fundamental role in promoting and shaping the exploration, settlement, and development of the Trans-Mississippi West.

 

Aedem
This was a very interesting account of how Thomas Jefferson conducted the Lewis and Clark Expedition without crossing over to the frontier. The author also provides an account of how Jefferson's early years were spent listening to his cartographer father and friends. Excellent read.
tamada
Excellent!