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Thomas Jefferson

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Thomas Jefferson was the 3rd President of the United States from 1817 to 1825, and is well known for being one of the Founding Fathers.
Yes, it is well known that he loves to lick a man's anus.
The Sons of Liberty was a secret organization that was guilty of  acts of treason against the British Crown. For that reason, there  were no records of the membership, but it is widely believed that  Thomas Jefferson, along with Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, and Paul  Revere were members of the...
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The name of his bird was Dick and is the only one mentioned by him in his diary in 1806. [I too, remember Dick being written about. Dick was famous for saying, "wanna towel, wanna bath, and more 'oap?" Dick was a Mockingbird; a constant companion, even when ambassador to France, Dick traveled with T...
He was in Philidelphia, Pennsylvania
He had always been involved in politics. He has served as a  Delegate of Virginia, Secretary of State, Vice President, Governor  of Virginia, and much more. He declared several times that he would  never be involved in politics again, but low and behold, he was  drawn right back to Washington.
Who was the main author of the Declaration of Independence, and what three main points did he make in the documentWho was the main author of the Declaration of Independence, and what three main points did he make in the documentWho was the main author of the Declaration of Independence, and what...
Not necessary. He should draft a will and make his wishes known  that he wants the house be given to you. Probate Court could rule  differently. Like split the house between you and his parents or  siblings. Get him to an estate planning lawyer and draft a will.
I could find no information that tied Thomas Jefferson's father,  Peter Jefferson to the Anglican Church nor any other denomination.
No he was the one that sent them to explore because he had just  acquired the Louisiana purchase and wanted information on the land.
The war on the Barbary Pirates (1805), Louisiana Purchase (1805),  and the Midnight Judges ordeal.
Thomas Jefferson's home was at Monticello in Charlottesville, Virginia.
France. He was the Minister to France.
Napoleon. He needed the money to fund his war shenanigans so he  sold all his uncolonized land in North America to Thomas Jefferson.
Yes. He was very fond of the French culture and political system.
Thomas Jefferson is known as the "Father of the Declaration." He  was very well educated, having private tutors as a child and going  to the college of William and Mary as a young adult. He  particularly looked to the ideas and beliefs of John Locke, who  believed that a proper government should...
John Locke was the Father of the Enlightenment. He had a major  influence on Jefferson's works and overall mindset. The Declaration  of Independence has aspects that are obviously inspired by Locke.  "Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness" is not as original as  one may believe. Locke's...
unanlienable rights are those right that cannot be repeated orrestrained by human law
Both forms (Thomas' and Thomas's) are correct singular possessive  nouns.    There are two accepted forms for possessive singular nouns ending  in s:   Add an apostrophe (') after the existing s at the end of the word:  Thomas'   Add an apostrophe s ('s) after the existing s at the end...
These are still very common. You should be able to buy one for 25 cents or less from a stamp dealer.
I don't know of them making a product... They did make a journey all the way to the Pacific Ocean to explore the new land (Lousisana Territory) purchased by America from France in the Lousiana Purchase.
He got along well. Like normal people do
Washington and Jefferson both wrote on this thought and they meant that without a population of educated citizens that the democracy couldn't survive as a democracy. People need to understand how the government works, to know the difference between lies and truth in government, and critically think...
Liberal constructionist a broad construction of the powers given to congress. as to strict constructionist they wanted states to keep as much power as possible.
1743-born on April 13 1757-father dies 1772-marries Martha Wayles Skelton 1774-daughter Jane is born 1775-daughter Jane dies 1776-signs the Declaration of Independence 1778-daughter Mary is born 1780-daughter Lucy is born 1781-daughter Lucy dies 1782-daughter Lucy is born 1782-wife Martha dies 1785...
  Sage means:   # Having or exhibiting wisdom and calm judgment.  # Proceeding from or marked by wisdom and calm judgment:   Monticello was his home.
Thomas Edison decided to invent the electric because it was useful to people.It was useful for pwople to get warm because people can get warm. In the past, people couldn't afford it, only the wealthy people.
Absolutely not! How many times does one need to be kicked in the chin?(figuratively speaking) I mean it is admirable that he/she is sorry, but that does not excuse what he has done. If he/she is ready to move on, then let them go. This person needs counseling, ie; professional help, and can not...
Yes,There is but I have a report due and i dont even know it
(The actual group to which Jefferson belonged was the  anti-Federalists. The party he helped found was the  "Democratic-Republicans", one faction of which became the  Democratic Party, and the other the Whigs. )    Thomas Jefferson was neither Republican nor Democrat because the  political...
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Yes, Thomas Jefferson was known to be an excellent horseman.  Jefferson was also reportedly skilled in outdoor sports and an  excellent singer and dancer.
It had a major effect because it was nessesary to do. This got his  messege more clear than before.
i dont think so because he made the light bulb with alot of money
one event that happened is that thomas jefferson ate ice-cream.
On The Constitution --    Hamilton thought that the Constitution could be taken loosely and  implied powers could be used. Jefferson thought the Constitution  was to be taken literally, and if the Constitution didn't expressly  state the power, the government didn't have it.    On The...
he lived in new york and died there in 1848
  List of Supplies (In their original text) Follow the related link to the actual documents from the National Archives.   Mathematical Instruments   Hadley's Quadrant Mariner's Compass & 2 pole chain Set of plotting instruments Thermometers Cheap portable microscope Pocket...
Yes, he and John Adams both died on July 4, 1826, fifty years after the Declaration of Independence was issued.
the constitution stated that the runner-up should become vice-president
Thomas Jefferson had six children with his wife Martha. They were  Patsy, Jane, Polly, two girls named Lucy, and one unnamed son.  Patsy and Polly, whose official names were Martha and Mary,  respectively, were the only ones who survived to adulthood.
Thomas Young was born on June 13, 1773 and died on May 10, 1829. Thomas Young would have been 55 years old at the time of death or 242 years old today.
It is not known if Jefferson had pets, and none are listed as occupying the White House during his time as President.
Thomas Addison died of the desease that he discovered and called it Addison desease. He died on the 29th of June 1860. Then he was buried in the  Lanercost Abbey in Cumberland. I hope that information helped you. Bye  Dania Kazkaz 
Thomas Jefferson did not have children when he got married to his  wife Martha. They had six children, only two of whom survived into  adulthood.
Lincoln said this to his wife Mary Todd Lincoln, in response to her question "What will Miss Harris think about me holding onto you so?
The president after Thomas Jefferson and before James Monroe is James Madison.
These are in common circulation and carry no premium value at this  time. (1801-1809 are the years that he was President. )
because if he died he can have another president to take his part
Hamilton and Jefferson agreed to move the national capital from Philadelphia to a state that would become Washington , D.C.
The LP took place in 1803 or thereabouts, if I remember. France also tossed in a gift card to Staples and 1-year sub to National Geographic.
Thomas Jefferson is probably more famous for the Declaration of Independence. This document is often confused with our constitution. When it comes to the writing of the constitution numerous delegates sent to Pennsylvania to revise the articles of confederation had their hands in that incident. The...
He had a plantation, wrote books, inherited money.
Harriet deciding if she should take her freedom or stay at Monticello.
  56 years old   56 years old
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Yes, Thomas Jefferson wrote the decleration of independence
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No, he did not, i hope not.
Thomas Jefferson deeply believed in democracy, and considered  corruption and monarchy to be the root of tyranny. He was  influenced by John Locke, Francis Bacon, and Isaac Newton.
It was time for a definite statement of change and absolution. It declared the colonies to be free and independent states and thus officially began the Revolution and severed ties with Britain.
There was just one Presidential descendant, his son John Quincy Adams. But he is a fourth cousin 3 times removed of President Millard Fillmore. His son John Quincy Adams is related to Presidents George Washington and Thomas Jefferson through John Adam's wife Abigail.
Thomas Jefferson went to France to ask for assistance in the  Revolutionary. His mission was a complete success because France  assisted with training, troops, and ships.
Answer . \nAiven Andrians was the founder and president of this once popular but now inactive independent right-wing political party .
An apple a day keeps the federalists away! because the republicans farmed and the federalists like to make factories
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well at first it was said that he didnt want to but everyone else decided that he was the best writer out of them all so he then decided that he would write the declaration of idependenceIt was written because not many people had freedom so Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence for...
He was the American Ambassador to France.
Thomas Telford had lots of hobbies
"Be Thou My Vision" a popular hymn (as instrumental in this film--piano only; Irish folk melody is entitled "Slane"), medly with "My Country 'tis of Thee". The other tune is a called "Thomas Jefferson's Hornpipe".