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Thomas Jefferson's Slaves

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"Thomas Jefferson owned over six-hundred slaves in his lifetime. This documentary provides insight into Jefferson's full enslaved community, along with the traumatic dispersal of families prior to and after his death. Sally Hemings and the large Hemings family were part of this group. But the story does not end with them. As this film unfolds, the roles that Jupiter, Burwell Colbert, Isaac Jefferson, Joseph Fossett, and others who lived in bondage on Jefferson's plantations are revealed by a senior Monticello historian, archaeologists, and historical interpreters on tours of Mulberry Row at Monticello." -- Container.
DVD
2009
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A Tribute to the Life of Paul Goodloe McIntire

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Born in Charlottesville, Virginia on May 28, 1860, Paul Goodloe McIntire is known as one of the greatest benefactors of the City of Charlottesville, County of Albemarle and the University of Virginia. Using his mass wealth he contributed significantly to improving civic life of his hometown and expanding education at the University.
DVD
2006
Special Collections
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Virginia's Lews & Clark: Roots of a Legacy

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An overview of the economic and social conditions that resulted in the Lewis & Clark expedition. Through interviews with descendants of Lewis and Clark, historians such as Cinder Stanton and John Allen, and owners of local historic homes, this video explores how the families and contemporaries of Lewis and Clark prepared them for this daring voyage and examines the duo's influence on Charlottesville and Albemarle.
VHS
2003
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Horses

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VHS
2000
Special Collections
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Blue Ridge Journal

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VHS
1994
Special Collections