Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) served his country in many capacities: President, Vice President to John Adams, Governor of Virginia and Secretary of State to George Washington. He is best revered for his writing of the Declaration of Indepenence. In his autobiograph he comments on the French Revolution and the Articals of Confederation. In the second book "The Jefferson Bible" is Jefferson's thoughts to uncover the meaning of true religion. This book was completed in 1819 and is a fantastic view of Jesus thrugh Jefferson's eyes. Like many slave holders - Jefferson had many children with a slave named Sally Hemings. To this day many descendants of Jefferson, both Black and White, take great pride in being connected to Americas great founder and hero. A Collector's Edition.
Read This On
You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: