By Ronald Stokes
Beverly Hemings, the slave son of Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings, all started meditating at the importance of this strange accident upon the demise of his father and John Adams. As he saw and took part within the slavery debate ahead of and through the Civil battle, he got here to appreciate to profound impications of this event.
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The Jefferson Mysteries (Declaration of Independence Book 2) by Ronald Stokes