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The President's Daughter
The President's Daughter
Author: Barbara Chase-Riboud
ISBN-13: 9780345389701
ISBN-10: 0345389700
Publication Date: 9/11/1995
Pages: 467
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.

4.2 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Paperback
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This book is a sequel to the first Sally Hemming's who was Thomas Jefferson's and Sally Hemming's last child. Thomas did love his children as Sally fell pregnant with her first pregnancy when she was in France and not considered a slave it took a good amount of his talking and a promise to bring her home. He kept his promise releasing each of his children at their majority. In his ledger's he said they had ran away or strolled as they called it.

This book has many twist and turn's outside of Monticello which didn't really happen in the Sally Hemming's novel. I liked the fast read and the spunk and sense of humor Elizabeth showed. I bought both novel's to keep.
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"Her mother was Sally Hemings, a slave. Her father was Thomas Jefferson".
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Very interesting
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Fascinating fictional biography of an actual person, Harriet Hemings, daughter of Thomas Jefferson and his slave, Sally Hemings. Provides insight into the complex issues of the abolition movement. Great book for anyone who loves history.