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ContentsFamily Tree_123Chronology_123Preface_123List of Illustrations_123Introduction: Slavery and the Hemings Family_123Part IORIGINS1_Young Elizabeth's World_1232_John Wayles: The Immigrant_1233_The Children of No One_1234_Thomas Jefferson_1235_The First Monticello_123 6_In the Home of a Revolutionary_123Part II"THE VAUNTED SCENE OF EUROPE"7_"A Particular Purpose"_1238_James Hemings: The Provincial Abroad_1239_"Isabel or Sally Will Come"_12310_Dr. Sutton_123 11_The Rhythms of the City_123 12_The Eve of Revolution_12313_"During That Time"_12314_Sarah Hemings: The Fatherless Girl in a Patriarchal Society_12315_The Teenagers and the Woman_12316_"His Promise, on Which She Implicitly Relied"_12317_"The Treaty" and "Did they Love Each Other?"_12318_The Return_123Part IIION THE MOUNTAIN19_Hellos and Goodbyes_12320_Equilibrium_12321 _The Brothers_12322_Philadelphia_12323_Exodus_12324_The Second Monticello_12325_Into the Future, Echoes from the Past_12326_"The Oceanof Life"_12327_The Public World and Private Domain_12328_"Measurably Happy" The Children of Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson_12329_Retirement for One, Not For All_12330 _Endings and Beginnings_123Epilogue_123Acknowledgments_123Notes_123Bibliography_123Index_123
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Hemings, Sally -- Family.
Jefferson, Thomas, -- 1743-1826 -- Family.
Monticello (Va.) -- Biography.
Albemarle County (Va.) -- Biography.
Slaves -- Virginia -- Albemarle County -- Biography.
African American families -- Virginia -- Albemarle County.
African American families.
African Americans -- Biography.
Racially mixed people -- United States -- Biography.