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Tuckahoe - ∙ Tuckahoe was the Randolph family homestead, where the Jefferson family  lived for a brief time during the 1740s. Jefferson spent his early childhood years at  Tuckahoe, and received his first schooling there.  Unitarianism - ∙ Unitarianism was a reform movement that grew out of the early New  England Congregationalist Church. The most conspicuous aspect of their doctrine is a  denial of Jesus' humanity, a view that causes many to cast them beyond the pale of  Christianity. Today the Unitarians have merged with the Universalists, and exist primarily  in California and New England.  University of Virginia - ∙ The University of Virginia, founded by Jefferson, was chartered  in 1819 and first opened its doors in 1825. With its main campus in Charlottesville, the  University remains a prime example of Jefferson's neoclassical architectural vision. 
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