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Focus (Society: Monticello Ancestry) #586721

NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 24, 1992
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(Studio: Deborah Roberts) Report introduced.

(Monticello, Virginia: Henry Champ) Reunion at the home of Thomas Jefferson of 90 people who can trace their roots to the slave quarters at Monticello, Virginia, visited; scenes shown of members of the Woodson family. [General John Taylor KING, Colonel John WOODSON - say their roots can be traced to the son of Sally Hemmings by Jefferson.] Drawings and paintings from the era shown. [Minnie WOODSON, Lisa COLEY - talk about the family.]

Champ, Henry;
Roberts, Deborah

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