The Great Clock with its two faces was considered to be sophisticated technology for its time.
It's a small miracle that a strong central government was formed—against the states' wishes—and has been maintained thus far, though there have been perceived and dangerously real close calls.
So now you're writing a story 20 Minutes into the Future, or perhaps in an Alternate Universe.
Photography is not allowed inside the living quarters of the house, which includes skylights that Jefferson designed.
A life-size bronze statue at Monticello of the 188 cm (6ft 2in) Thomas Jefferson, an American Founding Father, principal author of the Declaration of Independence, and the third President of the United States.
The third president of the United States completed the original house in 1772.
In 1794 he began to rebuild the structure, blending his own architectural style with his favorite European designs.For whatever reason, the country now consists of many smaller nation-states.As a bonus, your Hollywood Atlas will seem a lot more authentic. If you have trouble with the concept of a Balkanized America, consider the 38-state Union imagined by C.Remodeling continued on and off for most of the remainder of his life.The distinctive West Front (back) of Monticello is actually the better known view of Jefferson's home.On paper, such a concept could save the country billions each year, but the obvious political Flame War makes it extremely unlikely.