Most people who are familiar with American history know that Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia plantation used to be Monticello. Locals and tourists alike travel to see it today. Unfortunately, a lot of research has already been done, but we suspect you may not be aware of the recently-discovered secrets on the property. It’s due to the hard work of the historians who have invested a lot of time into this. The recent findings provide an increased level of understanding of the life of the 3rd U.S. President. Would you like to learn more about this Founding Father?
A Presidential Property
President Thomas Jefferson served as the country’s third vice president after taking office as the third President of the United States. He lived on the Monticello plantation in Virginia before moving to the White House. The Virginia State Capitol in Charlottesville was constructed in 1768. It has been a landmark for decades. It is also known in Italian as “Little Mountain.” The main house of the historical estate is even depicted on the reverse of the nickel! It was only recently discovered that Monticello had been hiding a secret all this time.