Jefferson often refers to Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, the principal author of its Declaration of Independence.

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Jefferson Literary And Debating Society
... The Jefferson Literary and Debating Society is a debating and literary society at the University of Virginia ... principally in Hotel C of the University's West Range, known colloquially as "Jefferson Hall", "Jeff Hall", or simply the "Hall" ... After Phi Beta Kappa the Jefferson Society is the second oldest continually existing Greek-lettered organization in the country ...
Jefferson, Colorado - Geography
... Jefferson is located at 39°22.6′N 105°48.0′W / 39.3767°N 105.8°W / 39.3767 -105.8 (39.568,-105.801) ...
Kentucky Senate - Members - List of Current Senators
2009 Agriculture Dennis Parrett D Elizabethtown 10 Hardin, Jefferson 2011 John Schickel R Union 11 Boone, Gallatin, Kenton 2009 Licensing, Occupations, and Administrative ... August 2009 Tim Shaughnessy D Louisville 19 Jefferson 1989 Paul Hornback R Shelbyville 20 Bullitt, Shelby, Spencer 2011 Tom Jensen R London 21 Estil, Jackson, Laurel, Menifee, Powell 2005 (1989–96 ... Neal D Louisville 33 Jefferson 1989 Jared Carpenter R Berea 34 Lincoln, Madison, Rockcastle 2011 Denise Harper Angel D Louisville 35 Jefferson 2005 Julie Denton R Louisville 36 ...
Poplar Forest
... Poplar Forest was Thomas Jefferson's plantation and plantation house in what is now Forest, Virginia, near Lynchburg ... "It is the most valuable of my possessions," Jefferson once wrote a correspondent ... Although he had intended it for his youngest daughter Mary Jefferson Eppes and her family, she died at age 26 ...
Jefferson College
... Jefferson College is the name of the following institutions of higher learning Jefferson College (Missouri), a two-year community college in Hillsboro, Missouri ...

Famous quotes containing the word jefferson:

    It is an immense misfortune to the empire to have a king of such a disposition at such a time. We are told and every thing proves it true that he is the bitterest enemy we have.... To undo his empire he has but one truth more to learn, that after colonies have drawn the sword there is but one step more they can take.
    —Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)

    Our ancestors ... were laborers, not lawyers.
    —Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)

    [I]n our country economy, letter writing is an hors d’oeuvre. It is no part of the regular routine of the day.
    —Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)