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Thomas Jefferson"s Garden book, 1766-1824

Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson"s Garden book, 1766-1824

with relevant extracts from his other writings

by Thomas Jefferson

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Published by American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Monticello (Va.),
  • Gardening -- Virginia

  • Edition Notes

    Statementannotated by Edwin Morris Betts.
    SeriesMemoirs of the American Philosophical Society -- v. 22, 1944
    ContributionsBetts, Edwin Morris, 1802-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB453.2 V5J4
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 704 p., [37] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages704
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19535812M
    ISBN 100871690225

    Betts, Edwin Morris, ed. "Books and Pamphlets on Agriculture, Gardening, and Botany in the Library of Thomas Jefferson." In Thomas Jefferson's Garden Book, With Relevant Extracts From His Other Writings, Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, In this excerpt from his Garden Book, dated Ma , and J , Thomas Jefferson notes the beginning of his gardening at Monticello, which had not yet been notation marks Jefferson's first documented use of the word "Monticello.".

    Excerpts from: Thomas Jefferson's Garden Book Published in Monticello June 7, [Letter To Joel Yancey at Poplar Forest:]. I omitted among my memorandum to request you to have all the seed of the oat-grass at Mr. Goodman's saved, in . The Family Letters of Thomas Jefferson by Betts, Edwin Morris and Bear, James Adam jr.; Jefferson, Thomas and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

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Thomas Jefferson's Garden Book documents his varied approaches to gardening, whether as landscape architect, pleasure gardener, or horticultural scientist. In his Garden Book, the horticultural diary which he kept from untilJefferson noted such observations as how the gardens were sown, the extent of frost damage to his and other Cited by: 9.

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Baron, ed. Use of the images Permission to reproduce images of manuscripts and/or publish transcriptions of collections must be obtained in writing from the Massachusetts Historical Society. Original manuscript: Jefferson, Thomas. Garden Book, 66 pages. Original manuscript from the Coolidge Collection of Thomas Jefferson Manuscripts, Massachusetts Historical Society.

Thomas Jefferson's Garden Book, With Relevant Extracts from His Other Writings. Thomas Jefferson, Edwin Morris Betts, Peter J. Hatch. Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Incorporated, - Gardening - pages. 0 Reviews. Jefferson's love of gardening is well known. In his day Jefferson not only planned but also worked in the gardens at.

Garden Book for the yearswith relevant extracts from Jefferson's other writings: Early years () --Revolutionary period () --Minister to France () --Secretary of State () --Monticello interlude () --Vice President () --President () --Retirement () --Appendix I. Thomas Jefferson's Garden Book by Jefferson, Thomas and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Thomas Jefferson's Garden Book is a compilation of Jefferson's own horticultural diary, along with many of his letters, drawings, and memoranda relating to his gardens at Monticello and Poplar Forest.

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Edmund Bacon (–), was the business manager and primary overseer for 20 years for Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States, at some of his other business duties, Bacon supervised the daily chores and activities of farming and ranching at Monticello along with Jefferson's nail forge.

Scholarly, annotated edition of the garden memorandum book, begun as a simple diary of a garden, kept by Thomas Jefferson and to which he added many other horticultural notes. Appendixes include “Jefferson’s Summary of His Meteorological Journal for the Years through at Monticello”; “A List of Plants sent by Jefferson from Paris about to Francis Eppes”; “Jefferson.

The Gardens of Monticello were gardens first designed by Thomas Jefferson for his plantation Monticello near Charlottesville, son's detailed historical accounts of his 5, acres provide much information about the ever-changing contents of the gardens.

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You can browse his Garden Book at the website of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Jeffersonia Diphylla. Thomas Jefferson and Gardening. Contributed by Peter Hatch.

Thomas Jefferson's interest in gardening arose from a passionate curiosity about the natural his childhood home at Shadwell, where in his early twenties Jefferson recorded that 2, pea seeds would fill a pint jar, untilwhen at the age of eighty-two he sought and later received from the former.

Garden Book,p Thomas Jefferson Papers: An Electronic Archive (Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, ).

See also Betts, Garden Book, 2. See page 29 in Note and Cash Book Owned by Martha Jefferson Randolph,Accession #g, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library. Transcription by Lucia. Thomas Jefferson’s Talents & Interests: Botany. Source Citations: Monticello Garden and Orchard.

Courtesy of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation. Garden Book,p by Thomas Jefferson [electronic edition]. THOMAS JEFFERSON'S GARDEN BOOK With Relevant Extracts from His Other Writings. [Gardens and Gardening]; Jefferson, Thomas; Betts, Edwin Morris, Annotator (Philadelphia: The American Philosophical Society, ).

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