Did Thomas Jefferson Have a Secret “Concubine Room?”

I’m being super lazy here, this isn’t an actual blog. But I thought some of my blog followers who dig U.S. history might want to be made hip to this article.

It’s not clickbait!

Here are some photos from my trip to Monticello in 2011 (please note, no photos were allowed to be taken inside the actual Monticello home)…






Me doing my best imitation of a tourist. I really, really liked the nice high doorways in Thomas Jefferson’s home! Some of those historic buildings at Greenfield Village in Dearborn, MI cause me to have to limbo a bit!

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