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Library of Thomas Jefferson

The Library of Thomas Jefferson is a microfiche reproduction of Jefferson's original library, which was purchased by the U.S. government in 1814 to form a new Library of Congress after the original one was burned in the War of 1812. It contains over 700 items dealing with history, philosophy, politics, medicine, religion, and many other subjects current in Jefferson's time. Specific titles can be located by searching WebCat using the term MIC JEFF.

Learn more about Thomas Jefferson's Library (Library of Congress) or read Thomas Jefferson's Papers (Library of Congress).

Available in print: MIC JEFF