Thomas Jefferson’s Last Legacies

After leaving the presidency, Thomas Jefferson spent 17 years in Charlottesville devoted to two of the great loves of his life: Monticello and the University of Virginia. These monuments to Jefferson’s vision are still speaking loudly today about community, education, citizenship, and history. The 2018 Summer Jefferson Symposium will explore these lasting legacies of Thomas Jefferson: The University of Virginia and Monticello.

  • 400 Emmet Street South
  • Charlottesville, VA 22904

Region: University Area

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