An Account of James Monroe's Land Holdings

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By Christopher Fennell

Map Images of the Monroe Hill Area

The image below is an excerpt from the University of Virginia's map of the school grounds, showing the surviving Monroe law office building as part of the "Monroe Hill House and Range" dormitory complex, which is the white building to the left of the number "20" on this image.

university map excerpt

View a current topographic map of the Monroe Hill and University area
View the Monroe Hill and Charlottesville area on an 1826 historical topographic map
Review details of original records of the Monroe Hill tract

To view a particular topic on Monroe's land holdings,
click on the desired subject below

1. The Ash Lawn-Highland plantation
2. Monroe Hill, site of the University of Virginia
3. Parcels in Downtown Charlottesville
4. The Limestone Farm in Albemarle
5. The Oak Hill plantation in Loudoun County
6. A residence in Fredericksburg
7. A residence and land in Henrico County
8. Other speculative land holdings in Kentucky and elsewhere
9. A List of Sources and References Cited

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Last Modified: September 2, 2012