The Jefferson Bible
Jefferson produced the 84-page volume in 1820--six years before he died at age 83--bound it in red leather and titled it The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth. He created it by cutting out pieces of an existing bible and pasting them onto blank paper then having the result bound.
The first time Jefferson undertook to create his own version of Scripture had been in 1804. He assembled 46 pages of New Testament passages in The Philosophy of Jesus of Nazareth. That volume has been lost.