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Re: Vannoy and Cherokee heritage
Posted by: Katy Brown (ID *****7044) Date: April 28, 2008 at 13:56:10
In Reply to: Re: Vannoy and Cherokee heritage by Ken Haas of 1112

There is evidence that the majority of mixed-race children were from servant-class white women (mostly in the North) and black servants or black slaves, and NOT the proverbial southern plantation owner. In addition, southern Indian tribes (from Northern VA south) were quickly diluted with European and African blood and most lost their official status as a "tribe." Europeans in the U.S. mixed with natives the same way they did in Mexico.


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