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- Residents of Monticello, 1860-1878
- Research on the various families and individuals living at Monticello from 1860 to 1878, years after the house had passed out of the hands of Jefferson descendants. Major figures in the history of Monticello during that time include members of the Levy family, who owned the house from 1834 to 1923, with some interruption during the Civil War; caretaker Joel Wheeler (d. 1881) and his family; boarder James N. Bailey and his family; and various slaves and freed African-Americans living on the property, including Burwell Johnson
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