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by John B. Severance

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ISBN:
0395845130
Author:
John B. Severance
Category:
Arts Music & Photography
Language:
English
Publisher:
Clarion Books; 1st Edition edition (September 21, 1998)
Pages:
192 pages
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1969 kb
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Severance follows Jefferson's career from his school days at William and Mary through his rise in American . He is depicted as a curious, creative, brilliant champion of democracy: a crusader for individual rights and education.

Severance follows Jefferson's career from his school days at William and Mary through his rise in American politics. Throughout the concise and swift-moving narrative, the author integrates aspects of world history and of 18th- and 19th-century cultural, scientific, and literary life that help to place Jefferson within his world. While one might wish for more information on Jefferson's family and personal life, the emphasis here is on political and military history. A wealth of archival drawings and maps and reproductions illuminate the potentially overwhelming detail of text.

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Severance, John B. Publication date. Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826, Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826, Presidents, Presidents. New York : Clarion Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

Jeffersonian democracy, named after its advocate Thomas Jefferson, was one of two dominant political outlooks and movements in the United States from the 1790s to the 1820s. The Jeffersonians were deeply committed to American republicanism, which meant opposition to what they considered to be artificial aristocracy, opposition to corruption, and insistence on virtue, with a priority for the "yeoman farmer", "planters", and the "plain folk"

Thomas Jefferson : Architect of Democracy.

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Architect of Democracy.

Biography of Thomas Jefferson for elementry and middle school students. Then he served as vice president under John Adams. Thomas Jefferson, Architect of Democracy by John B. Severance (selected pages). Fun online educational games and worksheets are provided free for each biography. Jefferson was elected the third president of the United States in 1801. His wife died 19 years before he became president, so there was no "First Lady". Thomas Jefferson, History Maker Bios by Victoria Sherrow (selected pages). Thomas Jefferson, Third President of the United States by Heidi M. D. Elston (selected pages). Thomas Jefferson by Carol H. Behrman (selected pages). Thomas Jefferson: Architect of Democracy New York: Clarion Books, 1998, p. 183. NOTE: Explores the life of the third president, from his childhood in Virginia, through his involvement in the Revolutionary War, to his years in office

Severance, John B. NOTE: Explores the life of the third president, from his childhood in Virginia, through his involvement in the Revolutionary War, to his years in office. Grades 6 - 8 and as a reference for teachers. A particularly well-written text that brings Thomas Jefferson alive as a personality and as a man of many accomplishments. The illustrations are all black and white reproductions of period portraits, maps and primary sources. Includes a selection of quotes.

Boles, John B. (2010). Thomas Jefferson: father of democracy, New York : Random House, 184 pages; Book1, E'book2. Seeing Jefferson Anew: In His Time and Ours, University of Virginia Press; 224 pages. ISBN 978-0-8139-2997-2, Book. Jefferson: Architect of American Liberty. Basic Books, 640 pages. Thomas Jefferson: Architect of Freedom, Sterling Publishing Company, 124 pages; ISBN 978-1-4027-3397-0 ; Book. Muzzey, David Saville (1918). Shuffelton, Frank (2012). The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Jefferson, Cambridge University Press, 212 pages

The words of the Declaration of Independence, so familiar to us and so important to our country, were those of Thomas Jefferson. He was a primary force behind United States independence. Without his influence, our country would be vastly different from the nation we know today. Jefferson initiated public education, established a national library, and paved the way for the abolishment of slavery. Although he was not a power-hungry or even ambitious politician, Jefferson served in many different offices, including president, in order to help his fledgling country remain on its feet. His faith and dedication to the idea of self-government never wavered, even in the face of many personal hardships. John B. Severance traces Jefferson's life from his plantation boyhood to his two terms as president and his last days preparing for the opening of the University of Virginia, weaving details of both Jefferson's political career and his rich personal life together to create a thoughtful and well-researched biography. Jefferson quotes, bibliography, index.
  • Yozshubei
Very informative, basic history book. Easy to read, not too much detail. I use it to teach my ESL students a little history in preparation for the US citizenship test.
  • Otiel
well done
  • Bumand
I am an 8th grade teacher and this is on my summer reading list for incoming students. They get to choose between this and two Albert Marrin books on Washington and Lincoln. This book is the favorite of my students, in part because it is shorter and more readable than the other two. I find it dificult to find exceptional biographies for Middle School readers. They are not ready for adult books, but most of the children's biographies have a target age of 9-12. This is ideal for them, and I enjoyed it as well.
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