The room in Monticello’s south wing where Sally Hemings is believed to have lived. “It will portray her outside of the mystery,” said another museum historian.
The room in Monticello’s south wing where Sally Hemings is believed to have lived. “It will portray her outside of the mystery,” said another museum historian. Norm Shafer For The Washington Post
The room in Monticello’s south wing where Sally Hemings is believed to have lived. “It will portray her outside of the mystery,” said another museum historian. Norm Shafer For The Washington Post

Upgrade of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello reveals the bedroom of his concubine Sally Hemings

February 21, 2017 12:03 PM

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