Summer Institute for Teachers
Thomas Jefferson
Personality, Character and Public Life

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Boston University School of Education
July 9 - August 4, 2006

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Participants Final Projects


“As his character was somewhat labyrinthian, so his mind was bewildering in its range and complexity.” –Merrill Peterson

“Different versions of him as both hero and villain are loose among us.” –Joseph Ellis

As his character was somewhat labyrinthian, so his mind was bewildering in its range and complexity.” –Merrill Peterson

Gil Mueller's Final Projects
Jefferson the American Samurai Writing Assignment TJ and the 47 Ronin

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Last Updated 9/19/2006