Archived from the original PDF on July 13, Thomas Jefferson Foundation. This information was published and became the common wisdom; most major historians of Jefferson denied Jefferson's paternity for the next years. Unlike his practice in recording births of other slaves, he did not note the father of Hemings' children. Chicago Review Press; Reprint edition. As the mixed-race Wayles-Hemings children grew up at Monticello, they were trained and given assignments as skilled artisans and domestic servants, at the top of the slave hierarchy. Jefferson freed five slaves in his will, all males from the extended Hemings family, including Madison and Eston Hemings, his two "natural" children. Archived from the original on June 18, Petit, arranged transportation and escorted the girls to Paris.
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