Jefferson’s Parlor, View Looking West (Source: Monticello)

The Stories of the Seven Women in Thomas Jefferson’s Parlor

The power and subtleties of role of women in religion, politics, and war

Thomas Jefferson was a man full of nuances, contradictions, and conundrums. Jefferson was also a revolutionary. In his domain, symbolism and code were essential communication tools for sorting through allies and guaranteeing your own survival.

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