in slaverys history and relationship with place, on our Grounds and in our community. "Jefferson at Monticello" In Jefferson at Monticello, edited by James. "Thomas Jefferson's Black and White Descendants Debate His Lineage and Legacy." Ebony, July 1993, 25-29. In the few scattered references to Sally Hemings in Thomas Jefferson's records and correspondence, there is nothing to distinguish her from other members of her family.
About the University of Virginia, founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819, the University of Virginia sustains the ideal of developing, through education, leaders who are well-prepared to help shape the future of the nation and the world. What were the goals for each memorial, historic site or museum? Secondary Accounts: Adair, Douglass. 1." Pike County Republican, March 13, 1873. "Memoirs of a Monticello Slave." In Jefferson at Monticello, edited by James. By Madison Hemings's and other accounts, Sally Hemings and some of her siblings were the children of John Wayles, Thomas Jefferson's father-in-law, making her the half-sister of Jefferson's wife, Martha Wayles Jefferson (1748-1782). Charlottesville,.: University Press of Virginia, 1993. A Cautious Enthusiasm: Mystical Piety and Evangelicalism in Colonial South Carolina Samuel. The Jefferson-Hemings story was sustained through the 19th century by Northern abolitionists, British critics of American democracy, and others.