Monticello- Thomas Jefferson's Home.

Thomas Jefferson's home was called Monticello. It relates to his Presidency because Rome was a republic, and Jefferson wanted the people to be the government, not the Presidents, and Senate, and other government officials.


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File:Monticello reflected.JPG


Songs, books, or current events.
Prayer of the Refugee
We owe the Native Americans because we took their land and home.
Coming Home
Tecumseh "comes home" by getting the Indians to get their land back
We Will Rock You
"rock" Native Americans out of their homes
Re-Education
Native Americans fight back.
Pictures
Monticello
This shows the roman architecture. Jefferson thought that Rome was a Republic, where people ruled. In the Republicans' ideals, the people should rule.
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File:Monticello reflected.JPG

Jefferson
Jefferson lived in Monticello.
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File:Thomas Jefferson rev.jpg

Rome
Jefferson wanted people to run the Government, just like Rome.
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File:Roum.jpg

Map with arrow going west.
People moved west, and built homes Like Monticello.
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File:1823 Melish Map of the United States of America - Geographicus - USA-melish-1822.jpg


Textbook Line and Page Number

..Tens of thousands of settlers moved westward (pg. 325)
This relates to Monticello, because the settlers made homes in the west, Monticello is a home
Tecumseh organized western tribes... to restore Indian lands.
This relates to Monticello because the Indians tried to take their homes back.
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