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#3 Martha Wayles Skelton Jefferson, wife of third president Thomas Jefferson. (b. 1748 - d. 1782). She died after eleven years of marriage, Jefferson remained a widower for the rest of his life after promising her he would never remarry. Her death also was 18 years before Jefferson was elected president in 1800. No facial image of her survives. This portrait was based on contemporary descriptions and executed 183 years after her death.


Thomas Jefferson Memorial is one of the most romantic places in the world. Visit it at night when there are fewer visitors and you will see why. The best time of year is during cherry blossoms, if you're lucky enough to visit during their peak.


Thomas Jefferson short biography Most people remember Thomas Jefferson as the writer of the Declaration of Independence, a member of the First Congress, and as a President of the United States. Jefferson was so much more than that and had so many accomplishments ...


When Jefferson became president in 1801, he had been a widower for 19 years. He had become as capable of handling social affairs as political matters. Occasionally he called on Dolley Madison for assistance. His daughter Patsy served as the lady of the President's House in the winter of 1802-1803. She was there again in 1805-1806, and gave birth to a son named for James Madison, the first child born in the White House. It was Patsy Randolph with her family who shared Jefferson's retirement…


Thomas Jefferson is often noted as one of the best presidents in history. In our lesson, learn about some of President Jefferson's many famous...

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Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson This Thomas Jefferson Pack includes several different resources to help your kids learn all about Thomas Jefferson's accomplishments! This pack includes the following:- Slides that give students an overview of his life.- Booklet craftivity- students will create a booklet that helps them remember all about his life.