Slide 2: Thomas Jefferson's House

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Thomas Jefferson built and rebuilt his primary plantation residence over more than 40 years. Inspired by neoclassical architecture and trends in Europe, he attempted to create a new—distinctly American—architectural style. The home is recognizable for its octagonal dome; the room underneath has perplexed historians, who do not completely understand how Jefferson used the space.


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