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Jefferson's Children: The Story of One American Family by  Jane  Shannon; Feldman - First Edition - 2000 - from Knickerbocker Books and

Jefferson's Children: The Story of One American Family

by Lanier, Shannon; Feldman, Jane

Condition: Fine/Near Fine

New York: Random House, 2000. 2000 First Edition, First Printing with full number line. FINE in NEAR FINE dust jacket. A fresh, clean, totally unmarked and tightly bound hardcover. Front flap of jacket is price-clipped, all else fine. Jacket is in a clear archival protector. Shannon Lanier is a descendant of Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson. Photographer Jane Feldman is co-author and also contributes several portrait photos of other members of the extended family. Introduction by Lucian K. Truscott IV. Color and B&W illustrations. 9-1/2 x 10-1/2"; 144 pages. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine. 4to.


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