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Adair, Douglass. "The Jefferson Scandals." Fame and the Founding Fathers: Essays by Douglass Adair. Ed. Trevor Colbourn. New York: Norton, 1974.

Adams, William Howard. The Paris Years of Thomas Jefferson. New Haven: Yale UP, 1997.

Africans in America PBS

Alleva, Richard. "Foundering father? -- Jefferson in Paris." Commonweal 19 May 1995: 20.

Ansen, David. "Jefferson's Dangerous Liaisons." Newsweek 3 April 1995: 69.

Appleby, Joyce. Rev. of Jefferson in Paris. Journal of American History 82.3 (1995): 1306.

Arens, Katherine. "Jefferson in Paris: Imperious History, Un-Domesticated." Das Achtzehnte Jahrhundert 27.1 (2003): 76-84.

Arnold, Gary. "'Jefferson': Amorous American in Paris." Washington Times 7 April 7: 1995: C17.

Barnett, Gerald. Richard and Maria Cosway: A Biography. Tiverton, Devon [England]: Westcountry Books, 1995.

Bernier, Olivier. Pleasure and Privilege: Life in France, Naples, and America, 1770-1790. New York: Doubleday, 1981.

Bernstein, Richard. "'Jefferson': Turning a Dubious Premise into Fact." New York Times 10 April 1995: C9.

Blake, Richard A. "Revolting -- Jefferson in Paris." America 13 May 1995: 24.

Bolam, Sarah, and Thomas J. Bolam. The Presidents on Film. Jefferson: MacFarland, 2007.

Brodie, Fawn. Thomas Jefferson: An Intimate History. New York: Norton, 1974.

Bullock, Helen Duprey. My Head and My Heart. New York: C. P. Putnam's Sons, 1945.

Burnell, Carol. Divided Affections: The Extraordinary Life of Maria Cosway : Celebrity Artist and Thomas Jefferson's Impossible Love. Lausanne: Column House, 2006.

Carr, Jay. "'Jefferson' delivers history lesson without drama." Boston Globe 7 April 1995: 89.

Chase-Riboud, Barbara. Sally Hemings: A Novel. New York: Viking, 1979.

Custen, George F. Bio/Pics: How Hollywood Constructed Public History. New Brunswick: Rutgers UP, 1992.

Dacey-Groth, Camilla Elisabeth. "Slaves of Fiction: Coming to Terms with the American Holocaust through Representations of Slavery in Post-Civil Rights Fiction and Film." Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences. 63.1 (2002): 245.

Dauphin, Gary. "Master Strokes -- Jefferson in Paris." Village Voice 4 April 1995: 50.

Dudar, Helen. "Merchant Ivory's special take on Thomas Jefferson." Smithsonian 25.12 (1995): 94-105.

Ebert, Roger. "Jefferson in Paris." Chicago Sun-Times 7 April 1995.

Egerton, Douglas R. Rev. of Jefferson in Paris. American Historical Review 100.4 (1995): 1202-3.

Erickson, Steve. Arc d'X. New York: Holt, 1993.

"Fireworks." Episode 18, Year One of 30 Rock.

Foster, Eugene, et. al. "Jefferson Fathered Slave's Last Child." Nature 5 November 1998: 27-28.

Gilbert, Matthew. "The merchants of cinematic ivory." Boston Globe 2 April 1995: B21.

Glieberman, Owen. "Continental Congress." 7 April 1995.

Gordon-Reed, Annette. Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings: An American Controversy. Charlottesville: U of Virginia P, 1997.

Gordon-Reed, Annette. "Did Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson Love Each Other?" American Heritage 58.5 (2008): 14-17.

Guthmann, Edward. "Jefferson Gets Lost in Paris: Merchant-Ivory keep audience after class in history lecture." 7 April 1995.

Hamilton, William. "Jefferson in Paris -- An Insult to Thomas Jefferson." NPR: Morning Edition. 4 April, 1995.

Hinson, Hal. "In Pursuit of Happiness; A Party-Hopping 'Jefferson in Paris'." Washington Post 7 April 1995: D7.

Hipsky, Martin A. "Anglophil(m)ia: Why Does America Watch Merchant-Ivory Movies?" Journal of Popular Film & Television 22.3 (1994): 98-107.

Holmstrom, David. "Scholars Flip Their Wigs Over Film's Portrayal of Jefferson in Paris." Christian Science Monitor 10 April 1995.

James, Caryn. "They're Movies, Not Schoolbooks." New York Times 21 May 1995: 2.1.

Jefferson in Paris French Revolution Francaise 1789

Jefferson in Paris French Revolution Francaise 1995

Jefferson's Blood. PBS.

Jefferson's Blood. PBS Frontline documentary, 1999.

Jefferson, Thomas. "Laws" (Query XIV). Notes on the State of Virginia.

Jefferson, Thomas. Jefferson in Love: The Love Letters between Thomas Jefferson & Maria Cosway. Ed. John P. Kaminski. Madison: Madison House, 1999.

Jefferson, Thomas. The Declaration of Independence.

Jefferson, Thomas. "Dialogue between My Head and My Heart." Mr. Jefferson's Women by Jon Kukla. New York: Knopf, 2007. 202-14.

The Jefferson-Hemings Scholars Commission Report on the Jefferson-Hemings Matter

Joyner, Will. "Studies in the Lives of Slaves." New York Times 19 November 1995: 2.30.

Kaminski, John P. Jefferson in Love: The Love Letters between Thomas Jefferson & Maria Cosway. Madison: Madison House, 1999.

Karsten, Eileen. From Real Life to Reel Life: A Filmography of Biographical Films. Metuchen: Scarecrow Press, 1993.

Kimball, Marie. Jefferson: The Scene of Europe, 1784 to 1789. New York: Coward-McCann, 1950.

Kukla, John. Mr. Jefferson's Women. New York: Knopf, 2007.

Lander, Eric S., and Joseph J. Ellis. "Founding Father." Nature 5 November 1998: 13-14.

Lloyd, Stephen, with Roy Porter, and Aileen Ribeiro. Richard & Maria Cosway: Regency Artists of Taste and Fashion. Edinburgh: Scottish National Portrait Gallery, 1995.

Martinez, Pablo Miguel. "Yours, Sally Hemings." North American Review 294.1 (2009): 30.

McCarthy, Todd. "Jefferson in Paris." Variety 27 March 1995.

Monteith, Sharon. "America's Domestic Aliens: African Americans and the Issue of Citizenship in the Jefferson/Hemings Story in Fiction and Film." Alien Identities: Exploring Difference in Fiction and Film. Ed. Deborah Cartmell et al. Sterling: Pluto Press, 1999. 31-48.

Monteith, Sharon. "Sally Hemings in Visual Culture: A Radical Act of the Imagination?" Slavery and Abolition 29.2 (2008): 233-46.


Morrison, James (updated by Rob Edelman). "James Ivory." Film Reference.

Newnham, David. " Portrait: True Grit; Did Thomas Jefferson, revered founding father, have a love affair with a slave? The suggestion, made in a new film, has outraged America." Guardian 3 June 1995: 36.

Newnham, David. "Portrait: True Grit; Did Thomas Jefferson, revered founding father, have a love affair with a slave?" Guardian 3 June 1995: 36.

Pawelczak, Andy. "Jefferson in Paris." Films in Review 46. 5-6; (1995): 55.

Persall, Steve. "A boring view from abroad." St. Petersburg Times 21 April 1995: 8.

Report of the Research Committee on Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings

Rickey, Carrie. "Nolte's Jefferson in Paris: Robust Man of Affairs." Philadelphia Inquirer 7 April 1995: 7.

Rickey, Carrie. "Specialists in Period Films Draw Some Fire over Their Latest." Philadelphia Inquirer 9 April 1995: M1.

Riding, Alan. "Getting It Right and Going Light on the History." New York Times 3 July 1994: 2, 9, 17.

Ringle, Ken. "Sage of Monticello, or Fool on a Hill?" Washington Post 9 April 1995: G4.

Ringle, Ken. "Taking Liberties with Jefferson." Washington Post 24 August 1994: B1.

Rollins, Peter C., ed. The Columbia Companion to American History on Film: How the Movies Have Portrayed the American Past. New York: Columbia UP, 2003.

Sally Hemings: An American Scandal (2000)

Schickel, Richard. "The Pursuit of Stuffiness." Time 10 April 1995.

Shackelford, George Green. Thomas Jefferson's Travels in Europe, 1784-1789. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1995.

Shone, Tom. "Style but no discontent." The Sunday Times (London) 18 June 1995.

Shulgasser, Barbara. "Disjointed meanderings of 'Jefferson in Paris'." 7 April 1995.

Simon, John. "Jefferson in Paris." National Review 1 May 1995.

Staloff, Darren. Rev. of Jefferson in Paris. William and Mary Quarterly 52 (1995): 750-53.

Staples, Brent. "Editorial Notebook: Thomas Jefferson and ‘Dashing Sally'; In Love—or Just Master and Slave?" New York Times 18 April 1995: A24.

Sterritt, David. "Jefferson in Paris, a Personal Portrait." Christian Science Monitor 4 April 1995: 13.

"The Story on Page One." Episode 219 of Family Guy.

Thomas Jefferson -- Sally Hemings -- DNA Study

Tookey, Christopher. "Love Slave in a Paris Match." (London) Daily Mail 16 June 1995: 45.

Travers, Peter. Rev. of Jefferson in Paris. Rolling Stone 20 April 1995: 89.

Van Pelt, Charles B. "Thomas Jefferson and Maria Cosway." American Heritage 22.5 (1971).

Vivian, Bradford. "Jefferson's Other." Quarterly Journal of Speech 88.3 (2002): 284-302.

Welsh, Jim. "Jefferson in Love." Hollywood's White House: The American Presidency in Film and History. Ed. Peter C. Rollins and John E. O'Connor. Lexington: UP of Kentucky, 2003. 50-61.

Zibart, Eve. "Jefferson in Paris." Washington Post 7 April 1995.