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The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, established at Princeton University, is preparing the definitive scholarly edition of the correspondence and papers written by America's author of the Declaration of Independence and third president. Since the publication of Volume 1 by Princeton University Press in 1950, the project has been publishing, in chronological sequence, not only the letters Jefferson wrote but also those he received.
The History Department’s Library Resources provides information on the history resources available at Princeton University Library, including course guides and contact information for the Librarian for History and History of Science. It also includes Junior Paper and senior thesis help for history majors.
Image credit: Detail of Thomas Jefferson by Robert Field, National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution.