Slavery at Monticello

Slavery at Monticello

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This insightful essay describes African-American life at Monticello and Jefferson's role as a slaveholder. Includes a fold-out genealogy of the Fossett and Hemings families. By Monticello's Shannon Senior Research Historian Lucia Stanton with preface by Julian Bond. Paper, 58 pages.

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