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Full name

Thomas Jefferson. (he had no middle name.)

When he was born and died

April 13, 1743,---July 4, 1826,

Where he was born

Shadwell, Virginia

Early life

At age nine, Jefferson began his formal studies, boarding with a minister-teacher nine months out of the year. He continued boarding school until age sixteen, excelling in classical languages

The rest of the facts

In 1760, Jefferson enrolled at the College of William and Mary, taking classes in science, mathematics, rhetoric, philosophy, and literature.

Political Party (what did it stand for) (Be sure to use the DATE: Democrats then and now were VERY different!!!)

Democratic-republican

Campaign details (What did he want to do for the country? Why was he running?)

The foremost spokesperson for Democracy of his time, he was the author of the Declaration of Independence.

Number President

3rd president

Years in office

1801 to 1809.

Impacts in office (major treaties, constitutional amendments, speeches)

Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence and the third U.S. president, was a leading figure in America's early development. During the American Revolutionary War Jefferson served in the Virginia legislature and the Continental Congress and was governor of Virginia.

Legacy (overall positive or negative impact on history, did people like him?)

Yes people liked him

Fun Facts about the president's (favorite foods, activities etc.)

According to American-Presidents.com, Thomas Jefferson had many hobbies such as archaeology, horticulture, fishing, walking, violin playing and riding. Thomas Jefferson also enjoyed inventing things and designing architecture.

Famous Quote

“The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants it is it's natural manure”- Thomas Jefferson

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