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July 3, 2014 / Joanne Yeck


Celebrate Independence Day!

. . . by learning more about Thomas Jefferson and his lesser known brother, Randolph, Squire of Snowden and Citizen of Buckingham County.

The Jefferson Brothers introduces Randolph Jefferson, bringing him out from the shadow of his famous sibling, focusing on the years during which their paths crossed. Over twelve years Randolph’s senior, Thomas Jefferson stood in for the father his brother never knew, guiding his education and helping the younger man establish himself as a successful planter in central Virginia. Randolph’s life at Snowden, during and after the American Revolution, illuminates everyday world of planters in central Virginia. Additionally, The Jefferson Brothers introduces a new Thomas Jefferson, not the great statesman of monumental intellect, but the thoughtful brother and dedicated farmer.

For Sale:

Buckingham: Housewright Museum (U.S. Route 60, in the village of Buckingham)

Scottsville: Baine’s Books and Coffee (485 Valley Street)

Charlottesville: Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society (200 Second Street, NE)

Appomattox: Baine’s Books and Coffee (205 Main Street)

Not in Virginia? 

Order online from Braughler Books.


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  1. Steve Craig / Jul 3 2014 11:15 am

    I read this book recently and enjoyed it very much.

    • Joanne Yeck / Jul 3 2014 11:17 am

      Steve, Many thanks for your kind comment! Joanne

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