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  1. Sarah "Sally" Hemings (c. 1773 – 1835) was an enslaved woman with one-quarter African ancestry owned by president of the United States Thomas Jefferson, one of many he inherited from his father-in-law, John Wayles. Hemings's mother Elizabeth (Betty) was bi-racial, the child of Susannah, an African woman and Captain John Hemings.

  2. Sally Hemings’s descendants and historians have a range of opinions about the dynamic between Jefferson and Hemings, given the implications of ownership, age, consent, and dramatically unequal power between masters and enslaved women. The nature of Sally Hemings’s sexual encounters with Thomas Jefferson will never be known.

  3. Sally Hemings Bruder James Hemings war beispielsweise Jeffersons Chefkoch und begleitete diesen ebenfalls nach Paris. Einen Roman über die Beziehung Hemings und Jefferson verfasste Barbara Chase-Riboud mit Die Frau aus Virginia. Literatur. Annette Gordon-Reed: Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings: An American Controversy.

  4. 06/07/2017 · Archaeologists at Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia plantation, Monticello, are unearthing the room where Sally Hemings is believed to have lived, allowing for a new way to tell the story of the ...

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  6. 28/01/2010 · Sally Hemings (1773-1835) was an enslaved woman owned by Founding Father Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826). Hemings and Jefferson had a longstanding romantic relationship, and had at least one and ...

  7. The Jefferson–Hemings controversy was a historical debate over whether there was a sexual relationship between the widowed U.S. President Thomas Jefferson and his slave and sister-in-law, Sally Hemings, and whether he fathered some or all of her six recorded children.