1.  Jefferson to the Trustees for the Lottery of East Tennessee College, May 6, 1810.

2.  Wilson, Richard Guy. Thomas Jefferson’s Academical Village: The Creation of an Architectural Masterpiece. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1993. p.67.

3.  Wilson, p.9.

4.  Jefferson to L.W. Tazewell, January 5, 1805. Special Collections, University of Virginia.

5.  Ackerman, James. The Villa: Form and Ideology of Country Houses. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1990. p. 17- 18.

6.  ibid.

7.  ibid., p. 9.

8.  Ackerman, pp. 9-34.

9.  ibid., p. 9.

10.  Sheldon, Garrett Ward. The Political Philosophy of Thomas Jefferson. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991. p.17.

11.  Ackerman, p. 30.

12.  Lehman, Karl. Thomas Jefferson, American Humanist. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1985.

13.  Prothro, Kimberly. Monticello: A Roman Villa? Charlottesville: thesis, School of Architecture, University of Virginia, 1988.

14.  Ackerman, p. 37.

15.  ibid., p. 37.

16.  Koch, Adrienne. The Philosophy of Thomas Jefferson. New York: Columbia University Press, 1943. p.2.

17.  ibid., p.4.

18.  Malone, Dumas. Thomas Jefferson: A Brief Biography. Charlottesville, VA: Monticello Monograph Series, 1993. p.12.

19.  Ackerman, p.20.

20.  ibid., p.60.