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$10M gift spurs restoration at Jefferson's estate

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WASHINGTON (AP) — A $10 million gift from a Washington philanthropist will help visitors see the full plantation of Thomas Jefferson's home at Monticello, including its history with slavery. The gift is from businessman David Rubenstein. The co-CEO of The Carlyle Group private equity firm is announcing one of the largest donations ever for Monticello. It will fund the reconstruction of Mulberry...

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