While I was able to take numerous photographs outside, we were not allowed to take any inside. However, I did purchase a book that you can look at which has numerous pictures of inside Monticello. You can also view the inside by using the website that I attached below.
If you want to view the tweets on my account to view the pictures better, go to @bohndrake and scroll down (yes, I know it will take a while) until you reach August 9. Searching for #devilshistory may be more effective.
In Unit I of our course we cover the Renaissance and analyze the idea of a polymath or "Renaissance man." You will create symbolic Renaissance Man visuals as well as writing an essay on a modern polymath. Many people would consider Thomas Jefferson to be a Renaissance man. By studying Monticello you can discover his diversified interests and his spirit of innovation.
Use these tweets and your own research to explain why many historians consider Jefferson to be a Renaissance Man. Explain your reasons in well developed comments below. Feel free to respond to other's comments with your feedback.
(Hint: To follow these tweets from the start of my tour to the end, it might benefit you from start at the bottom of the image and scroll up. )
Link to Monticello site