America's First Daughter Symbols & Objects

Laurie Kamoie and Stephanie Dray
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Letters

According to Thomas Jefferson, letters symbolize the only full and genuine account or journal of one’s life. Letters are honest exchanges with other people who must also deal and write honestly. Collectively, these letters form a human life. They are unedited and unfiltered the way a personal journal might be. Jefferson keeps careful track of all of his letters in order to provide an accounting of his own life.

The Declaration of Independence

The Declaration of Independence is symbolic of freedom and of everything that is America, and proves to be a source of both great pride and concern to Patsy. Primarily authored by Thomas Jefferson, the Declaration of Independence lays out American independence from Great Britain, ignites the Revolutionary War, and inspires countless people with its ideas of freedom under God. The document makes Jefferson a hero to Americans, the French, and many others...

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