Two volumes proved useful throughout the project and furnished information for nearly every page:
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[Cabell, Nathaniel Francis]. Early history of the University of Virginia, as contained in the letters of Thomas Jefferson and Joseph C. Cabell, hitherto unpublished; with an appendix, consisting of Mr. Jefferson’s bill for a complete system of education, and other illustrative documents; and an introduction, comprising a brief historical sketch of the University, and a biographical notice of Joseph C. Cabell. Richmond, Va.: J. W. Randolph, 1856.
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