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By Eryn S. Brennan,Margaret Maliszewski

Nestled within the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the town of Charlottesville prospers amidst a number of tangible reminders of an extremely wealthy background. based in 1762, the center of early Charlottesville used to be the level for the most very important figures in early American background, together with Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe. growing to be part by means of facet with Jefferson's college of Virginia, Charlottesville built right into a bustling neighborhood whose companies, households, and celebrations have been good documented in images starting within the Eighties. the gathering of pictures reproduced in pictures of the United States: Charlottesville tells the tale of the production, development, problem, transformation, and luck of a urban loved via citizens and viewers alike.

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