The Jefferson-Hemings Myth : An American Travesty
Edited by Eyler Robert Coates Sr. (Review from Amazon.com)
This book carefully examines the facts and finds that, contrary to the way the matter has been portrayed in the news media, there is no substantial evidence at all to support the charge that Thomas Jefferson had a relationship with Sally Hemings. In fact, the best evidence indicates it never happened. The book details how evidence that would exonerate Jefferson was ignored, how the news media were manipulated, how dissent was suppressed, how one early document was altered to reverse its meaning, and how the scientific evidence was given a misleading headline in order to make it appear that Jefferson was guilty. Dr. James McClellan of London University described it as "An incredible new book that really destroys the case that Jefferson had a relationship with Sally Hemings.
I found particularly poignant the final chapter titled Conclusions and Consequences by Bahman Batmanghelidj. Bravo! it is very well stated. -- Caspar W. Weinberger, Jr
The claim that Thomas Jefferson fathered children with his slave Sally Hemings has been shown to be baseless. -- Insight Magazine, Dr. James P. Lucier
“An incredible new book that really destroys the case that Jefferson had a relationship with Sally Hemings.” -- —Dr. James McClellan, London University