Answered By: Bryan Kasik Last Updated: Aug 15, 2018 Views: 12
The online subject guide to Thomas Jefferson includes links to the full text of Thomas Jefferson's Papers, the Jefferson Cyclopedia - a compilation of Jefferson's quotes - and works such as his Notes on the State of Virginia and the "Jefferson Bible." There are also links to other sites related to Jefferson, including Monticello, Library of Congress and Massachusetts Historical Society.
Thomas Jefferson Quotes page - UVA etext linked to this page etext.lib.virginia.edu/jefferson/quotations which was created by Eyler Robert Coates, Sr. This was never a "UVA" page and we decided not to continue linking to it around 2005. While the page was deemed useful by many of our users, we decided that we were unable to verify the information on the page. These kinds of quotes are available in more authoritative sources such as The Jefferson Cyclopedia or the Jefferson Papers. Nor did we wish to maintain many static HTML pages in our new online environment. It's still available as a web page at http://www.famguardian.org/Subjects/Politics/ThomasJefferson/jeffcont.htm . You can also get to the old etext version via the Internet Archive - http://archive.org/web/web.php Further questions about this can be referred to either Keith Weimer or Barbie Selby.