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Jefferson reader : a treasury of writings about Thomas Jefferson

Author: Francis Coleman Rosenberger
Publisher: New York : Dutton, 1953.
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Rosenberger, Francis Coleman, 1915-
Jefferson reader.
New York : Dutton, 1953
(OCoLC)563545354
Online version:
Rosenberger, Francis Coleman, 1915-
Jefferson reader.
New York : Dutton, 1953
(OCoLC)631914711
Named Person: Thomas Jefferson; Thomas Jefferson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Francis Coleman Rosenberger
OCLC Number: 425062
Description: 349 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 22 cm
Contents: "Thomas Jefferson still survives" / Henry Steele Commager --
Mr. Jefferson face to face: some visits and reminiscences. Reminiscences of Jefferson in 1773 / Philip Mazzei ; A visit to Monticello in 1782 / the Marquis de Chastellux ; A dinner with Mr. Jefferson in Paris / Abigail Adams ; A visit to Monticello in 1796 / the Duc de la Rochefoucauld-Liancourt ; A visit to Monticello in 1796 / Isaac Weld ; Reminiscences of President Jefferson / Margaret Bayard Smith ; Dinner with President Jefferson / John Quincy Adams ; My grandfather, Mr. Jefferson / Thomas Jefferson Randolph ; Recollections of Jefferson's overseer at Monticello / Edmund Bacon ; Recollections of a Monticello slave / Isaac Jefferson ; Two proper young Bostonians visit Jefferson in 1815 / Francis Calley Gray ; Two proper young Bostonians visit Jefferson in 1815 / George Ticknor ; A visit to Monticello in 1817 / Francis Hall ; A visit to Monticello in 1824 / Daniel Webster ; A visit to Monticello in 1825 / Bernhard, Duke of Saxe-Weimar Eisenach --
Three contemporary poems and a satire. The people's friend / Rembrandt Peale ; Jefferson and liberty / Robert Treat Paine ; From the embargo / William Cullen Bryant ; A satire on Mr. Jefferson's day / The Port Folio --
Some contemporary calumny and a comment in verse. An attack on the president's character / James Thomson Callender ; "What the name of Nero was to Rome ..." / New-York Evening Post ; On defamation / the Jefferson scrapbook --
Some aspects of the many-sided Mr. Jefferson. Thomas Jefferson, attorney at law / John W. Davis ; Thomas Jefferson as a writer / Julian P. Boyd ; Thomas Jefferson as a classical scholar / Gilbert Chinard ; Thomas Jefferson and science / Austin H. Clark ; Thomas Jefferson and religion / Marie Kimball ; Thomas Jefferson as a traveler / Edward Dumbauld ; Thomas Jefferson, soil conservationist / Hugh H. Bennett ; Thomas Jefferson and the arts / Fiske Kimball ; Thomas Jefferson and the democratic faith / John Dewey --
A sheaf of poems. The death of Jefferson / Hezekiah Butterworth ; On the father of liberty / Allen Tate ; Monticello / Lawrence Lee ; Brave new world / Archibald MacLeish ; Jefferson / Karl Shapiro --
The opinions of four presidents. "The principles of Jefferson are the definitions and axioms of free society" / Abraham Lincoln ; What Jefferson would do / Woodrow Wilson ; Jefferson and the Bill of Rights / Herbert Hoover ; "A debt long overdue ..." / Franklin Roosevelt --
Further view down the years. "The proud consolation that such a man had lived" / Nicholas Biddle ; "I cannot reckon Jefferson among the benefactors of mankind" / Thomas Babington Macaulay ; "After all deductions ..." / Henry Adams ; The return of a Virginian / Dumas Malone ; The earth belongs to the living / Adrienne Koch ; A peppercorn for Mr. Jefferson / Bernard Mayo ; Thomas Jefferson, the gentile radical / Dixon Wecter.
Responsibility: edited with an introd. by Francis Coleman Rosenberger.

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