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Lecture 4

HST 241 Lecture 4: Thomas Jefferson
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HST 241
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James Bissett

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Hannah Cheyney HST Notes Dr. Bissett Thomas Jefferson Has palladium window (only found in buikdings) Ceiling: very intricate (stuckle man) Wealthiest president weve ever had if we use same perspective as people here* Celebrate Christmas a lot Nametag says her name and history interpretation Partly built by half brother Butler greets you at circle by your look hed know who you are Farmers might wait outside Tj and others would be brought into formal parlor Lots of blues and greens Research everything Nearly all structure wise: original Portable ladder to open house (theirs was diff) All of the coloring and things are based on samples and inventory Slaves can use any of these stairs Washington died in bed They got attached to their slaves but it wasnt mutual Frank lee: butler Artistic tradition depicted black people as exotic or foreign looking BH giving them things such as feathered turbans
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