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Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, founded the University of Virginia, was the author of the "Notes on the States of Virginia", the "The Life and Mora…ls of Jesus of Nazareth", and the "Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom", was a member of the Continental Congress, a member of the Virginia Legislature, and wrote the "Necessity of Taking Up Arms," in 1775. He helped Patrick Henry persuade James Madison to make the Bill of Rights. He graduated from the College of William and Mary with a degree in law, and was the first secretary of state under George Washington's first term. He was John Adams' vice-president, and was President from 1801-1809. In his first term of presidency Jefferson bought the Louisiana Purchase from France, doubling the size of the US. Jefferson sent Meriwether Lewis and William Clark on a quest to find the Pacific Ocean in 1804-1805. Jefferson also invented the moldboard plow, which was a great improvement on the already standard farming plow; the wheel cipher, and developed his own design on the concept of the spherical sundial.
Thomas Jefferson was born, grew up, went to college and died in Virginia. He Jefferson was born in Shadwell, Virginia, and later lived on his estate called Monticello, near Ch…arlottesville.
Before he became president he was a planter, lawyer, writer, philosopher, scientist, and a architect. he was the author of the declaration of independence and he became the th…ird president of the United States in 1801.
Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) was a Virginia planter, politician, and Founding Father of the US. He was the primary author of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, and t…he first US ambassador to France. He was later elected the 3rd President of the US. He had six children with his wife Martha Skelton Jefferson and possibly fathered one or more of the six children of the slave Betty Hemings (who was 3/4 white and his wife's half-sister).
he had two Aaron Burr and George Clinton
John Quincy Adams
T. J. Beale is most well known for creating the "Beale cyphers" which are said to lead to about $10,000,000 in silver and gold. Beale first led a group of 29 men to Santa Fe a…rea where they discovered a gold vain. him and his men mined for 18 months. In search of somewhere to store it all they hid the treasure in Virginia. Beale then gave a message to a good friend telling him where to find the treasure if he died.
Thomas Jefferson's presidency initiated the quarter-century rule of the "Virginia Dynasty" (1801-1825), including the presidencies of loyal Jeffersonians James Madison (18…09-1817) and James Monroe (1817-1825). As the center of political gravity shifted southward with the Republican ascendancy, the party gained new strength to the north, progressively marginalizing Federalists as an effective national opposition party. But the founders' fantasy of faction-free politics was not to be fulfilled. Emerging splits among Republicans themselves pitted orthodox, strict constructionist "Old Republicans" against "National Republicans" who favored a more positive and activist (according to critics, Hamiltonian) conception of federal power. Quarrels among Jeffersonian-Republicans foreshadowed the division between Jacksonian Democrats, self-proclaimed legatees of Jeffersonian orthodoxy, and Whigs who promoted a neo-Federalist, National Republican policy agenda while warning against "King Andrew's" dangerous consolidation of authority.
George Washington, 1st U.S. President John Quincy Adams, 6th U.S. President Alexander Hamilton, 1st U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Meriwether Lewis, Corps of Discovery (…Lewis & Clark) General Robert E. Lee, Army of Northern Virginia Alfred the Great, King of the Anglo-Saxons Charlemagne, King of the Franks Prince William, Duke of Cambridge Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge Ray Bradbury, Author of "The Martian Chronicles" Harriet Martineau, Author of "The Hour and the Man" Truman Capote, Author of "In Cold Blood" Harper Lee, Author of "To Kill a Mockingbird"
Thomas Jefferson was the third President of the United States. He did a lot of things. 1) Bought the Louisiana Territory. 2) Sent Louis and Clark on their expedition. 3) Was g…overnor of VA 4) Was a member of the VA HOUSE OF BURGESSES. 5) Wrote the VA Statute for Religious Freedoms. 6) Was minister to France 7) Wrote the Declaration of Independence. 8) Was Secretary of State under George Washington 8) Was Vice President Under John Adams. There's a lot more.... I know a lot about him because I did a report on him in 4th Grade. Hope this was helpful. Lobsterrolls1971
He was a male who owned many slaves and had sexual intercourse with a few, as biological tests have shown.
Never!They were 100 years apart and TJ hated slavery.
Thomas Jefferson died on July 4 1826 at the age 0f 83
Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, outlining the rights of all people everywhere to be free, and the Constitution of Virginia. He formed the Democratic Pa…rty; he served as the Minister (ambassador) to France; he served as the third President of the United States, during which term, he secured the Louisiana Purchase and sent Lewis and Clark to explore it. He was also a slave-owning hypocrite who had a long-term affair with one of his slaves.