Thomas Jefferson (1801-1809)

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POSITIONS:

Secretary of State (1790-1793)
Vice President (1797-1801)
President (1801-1809)

FIRST LADY:

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Martha Jefferson Randolph (Daughter)
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Martha Jefferson (Wife)

VICE PRESIDENTS:

Aaron Burr
Aaron Burr
George Clinton
George Clinton

OVERVIEW:

White House
The Miller Center
Monticello
American National Biography
Department of State
U.S. Senate
American Presidents: (C-SPAN)
The History Channel

RESOURCES:

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Members of the Declaration Committee (left to right: Thomas Jefferson, Roger Sherman, Benjamin Franklin, Robert R. Livingston, and John Adams)

Monticello Research Tools
Papers (Library of Congress)
Papers (Founders Online)
Papers (Princeton University)
Papers (Massachusetts Historical Society)
Papers (Avalon Project)
Papers (Thomas Jefferson)
Online Books by Jefferson  (University of Pennsylvania)
Online Books About Jefferson (University of Pennsylvania)

DOCUMENTS:

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“The Declaration of Independence” by John Trumbull

Declaration of Independence (1776)
Notes on the State of Virginia (1781) (manuscript, text)

BOOKS:

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1800 ELECTION:

John Adams
John Adams
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Thomas Jefferson

1801 INAUGURATION:


Inaugural Address (text, manuscript)
Joint Congressional Committee (1801)
Library of Congress (1801)

1804 ELECTION:

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Thomas Jefferson
Charles Pinckney
Charles Pinckney

1805 INAUGURATION:

Thomas Jefferson
Second Inaugural Address (text, manuscript)
Joint Congressional Committee (1805)
Library of Congress (1805)

CABINET:

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Attorney General:
Caesar A. Rodney (1807–1811)
John Breckinridge (1805–1806)
Levi Lincoln (1801–1804)

Secretary of the Navy:
Robert Smith (1801–1809)
Jacob Crowninshield (1805)
Benjamin Stoddert (1801)

Postmaster General:
Gideon Granger (1801–1814)
Joseph Habersham (1801)

Secretary of State:
James Madison (1801–1809)

Secretary of the Treasury:
Albert Gallatin (1801–1814)
Samuel Dexter (1801)

Secretary of War:
Henry Dearborn (1801–1809)

SUPREME COURT:

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William Johnson

Thomas Todd (1807-1826)
H. Brockholst Livingston  (1807-1823)
William Johnson (1804-1834)

CONGRESS:

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The East Front of the Capitol in 1800

Speaker of the House:
Nathaniel Macon (1801-1807)
Joseph Bradley Varnum (1807-1811)

IMAGE GALLERY:

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Thomas Jefferson

HISTORIC SITES:

Monticello
Poplar Forest (retreat)
Tuckahoe Plantation (boyhood home)
Shadwell (birthplace)
Jefferson Memorial
Colonial Williamsburg

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