Thomas Jefferson

Aidan Whiting

Introduction

Thomas Jefferson is most famous for writing the Declaration of Independence. He was also one of the most the "learned lawyers in America". Born on April 13, 1743, in "Shadwell, Virginia", life growing up was difficult for Thomas Jefferson. At age 11, "Jefferson's father died of unknown causes". "Then threw ages 9-14 at home".

Thomas Jefferson Begining Of Life

"He was born in shadwell Virginia on April 13, 1743," his house is named "Monticello". Growing was hard for Thomas Jefferson threw ages "9-14 he was taught at home". But when he was 11 his heart was broken his "dad died when he was 11"Then when he got older he went to law school. After He went to law school he went on to be one of the most learned "lawyers in America".

Thomas Jefferson Middle Years

"Thomas Jefferson became president at age 57". Before he became president he was a "democrat and a republican parties". He faced John Adams he ended up beating John Adams in the presidential election in 1779. He married Martha Jefferson in January 1st, 1772. He was president from 1801-1809.

Thomas Jefferson Ending Of Life

Thomas Jefferson will always be remembered as our 3rd president of the united states. Here is a 2nd fact about Thomas Jefferson he has a picture of himself on mount Rushmore. Know let me tell you where he died. He died in "Charlottesville, Virginia on July 4, 1826." He died on one of the most important dates in american history. We celebrate July 4, as independence day.

Conclusion

"Before Thomas Jefferson became president, he was a part of the democratic and republican parties". During his presidency, Jefferson's vice-presidents were Aaron Burr and George Clinton. "Jefferson became president at age 57". He went on to become a great writer. "He also wrote 50,000 letters in his life". "He was president from 1801-1809." "Jefferson died on July 4, 1826, in Charolesttville, Virginia," only hours before John Adams.

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