Study of Thomas Jefferson as a scientist, including the various branches of science he studied and to which he made lasting contributions. Also examines how science shaped his views on the politics, religion, economics, and social developments in his own country.CHAPTERS: Jefferson the Scientific Spymaster 1 aquot;Fearing infringements from early in their association Small wrote Watt explicit directions for the patent phraseology in 1769. ... 3 Thomas Jefferson to John Page, 15 July 1763, in The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, vol. ... 5 Thomas Jefferson to William Fleming, October 1763, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Scientific Jefferson revealed|
|Author||:||Martin Richard Clagett|
|Publisher||:||Univ of Virginia Pr - 2009-03-11|