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2.3.11 Best-selling author and local historian Rick Britton joins Coy to continue their conversational series on the lifetime contributions of Thomas Jefferson. In today’s installment of “TJ’s Greatest Hits,” Britton recounts how the “First” Monticello came to be. Work began on the house in 1768, and the finished product included a large vegetable garden, eight bed rooms, and more architectural details you can hear about in today’s interview. Also included is a quiz on some little known Thomas Jefferson facts and trivia.

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