As the primary president to occupy the White Area for a complete time period, Thomas Jefferson formed the president’s place of abode, actually and figuratively, greater than any of its different occupants. Remarkably sufficient, on the other hand, even though many books have immortalized Jefferson’s Monticello, none has been dedicated to the colourful glance, really feel, and effort of his nonetheless extra well-known and consequential house from 1801 to 1809. In Monticello at the Potomac, James B. Conroy, creator of the award-profitable Lincoln’s White Area offers a bright, extremely readable account of ways existence used to be lived in Jefferson’s White Area and the younger country’s rustic capital.