Monticello

[Tide station] Monticello is a light rail station on the Tide Light Rail line in Norfolk, Virginia, U.S.A., which opened in August 2011. Monticello Station is situated in downtown Norfolk on Monticello Avenue between Charlotte and Freemason Streets. The station is adjacent to the MacArthur Center, the Norfolk Federal Courthouse, the Roper a...
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Monticello

the home of Thomas Jefferson, located in south-central Virginia, U.S., about 2 miles (3 km) southeast of Charlottesville. Constructed between 1768 ... [3 related articles]
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Monticello

city, seat (1895) of San Juan county, southeastern Utah, U.S. Founded in 1886 as a point of entry into the nearby Abajo Mountains and named after the ...
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Monticello

[privateer] The Monticello was a Confederate blockade runner during the American Civil War. She was a two-masted schooner out of Havana, Cuba and of unknown nationality. She ran ashore about 6 to 8 miles east of Fort Morgan and the main inlet to Mobile Bay in Alabama on June 26, 1862, after sailing from Havana, and was then set on fire by t...
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Monticello

[typeface] Monticello is a typeface, a transitional, based upon the Roman Pica no. 1 foundry type made by the American type foundry Binny & Ronaldson in the 1790s. It is considered the first typeface designed and manufactured in the United States. American Type Founders Co. issued a version, based on the original molds, named Oxford. In 194...
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Monticello

[steamboat] The steamboat Monticello (2) operated in the early 1900s as part of the Puget Sound Mosquito Fleet. The vessel went through several reconstructions and remained in service until 1962, when she was lost in Alaska waters. Her later names were Penaco and Sea Venture. (This Puget Sound steamer should not be confused with the smaller...
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Monticello

Monticello (mon"tisel'ō, –chel'ō) [Ital.,=little mountain], estate, 640 acres (259 hectares), central Va., near Charlottesville; home of Thomas Jefferson for 56 years. The mansion, which he designed, was begun in 1770 on property inherited from his father. The building ...
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Monticello

[MO] Cal Stewart, Circa 1900. Scan from original photograph. Photographer unknown. ==License== == Now commons == ...
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Monticello

[disambiguation] Monticello is the name of Thomas Jefferson`s estate near Charlottesville, Virginia in the United States. The name may also refer to: ==Places== ===France=== ===Italy=== ===United States=== ==Other== ...
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Monticello

Monticello was the primary plantation of Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, who, after inheriting quite a large amount of land from his father, started building Monticello when he was 26 years old. Located just outside Charlottesville, Virginia, in the Piedmont region, the plantation was originally {convert|5000|acre|km2|a...
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Monticello

1) According to the famous historic wine estate of U.S. President Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) named AVA in the U.S. state of Virginia . 2) The white variety is a very complex new breeding between (Fredonia x Niagara = Concord seedling) x (Fredonia x Athens), which was released in 1973. Was involved, the species Vitis labrusca and at least one othe...
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