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Getting word : the Monticello African-American oral history project

Author: Lucia C Stanton; Dianne Swann-Wright; Thomas Jefferson Foundation.
Publisher: Charlottesville, Va. : Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Inc., 2006.
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The oral history project at Monticello locates and records the stories of the descendants of the enslaved African-American community of Thomas Jefferson's residence.
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Genre/Form: Genealogy
Named Person: Thomas Jefferson; Hemings family.
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lucia C Stanton; Dianne Swann-Wright; Thomas Jefferson Foundation.
OCLC Number: 82244619
Notes: First published 2002, and printed with revisions 2006.
Description: 29 p. : ill., map, ports., facsims., photos. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
A beginning: born at Monticello --
Dispersal: after 1826 --
Community values in slavery and freedom : Freedom, Education, Religion, Family --
Monticello families and their descendants : Elizabeth Hemings and her family (Mary Hemings Bell, Betty Brown, Sally Hemings), The family of Thomas and Jemima Woodson, The family of Jupiter and Suck, The Coleman-Henderson Family.
Responsibility: Lucia Stanton, Dianne Swann-Wright.
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The oral history project at Monticello locates and records the stories of the descendants of the enslaved African-American community of Thomas Jefferson's residence.

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