Thomas Jefferson’s Correspondence

Posted: July 14, 2012 in Category - Thomas Jefferson, Letters and Correspondence

These PDFs contain all of Thomas Jefferson’s correspondence. Thomas Jefferson is one of the most researched early Americans and has become the poster boy for those who want to rewrite our national heritage. This correspondence is vital to understanding Jefferson’s thinking process, beliefs and rebutting Deists.

One draw back with these collections is that there is no way to logically arraign Jefferson’s letters or to reveal what letter is found in what volume. This makes research rather difficult.

The Paul Leicester Ford’s Collection is actually 12 Vols but I have been unable to find the missing volumes in PDF form.

Paul Leicester Ford’s Collection:

Volume 1

Volume 2

Volume 3

Volume 4

Volume 5

Volume 6

Volume 10

The Writings of Thomas Jefferson Collection

Volume 1

Volumes 1 and 2

Volumes 3 and 4

Volumes 5 and 6

Volumes 7 and 8

Volumes 9 and 10

Volumes 11 and 12

Volumes 13and 14

Volumes 15 and 16

Volumes 17 and 18

Volume 19 and 20

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