Scientists found that there are exactly as many skin pigment colors to the various races of this world as there are different colors of soil [dirt]. Dedicated to those families, historically known as Redbone. One Tribe, One Nation, One Fire!
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An Untold History of White Slavery-A case in study and worthy of notation for researching people often historically classified as other than white.
A work in progress to document the movements, migrations, documentation, newspaper articles, historical accounting, DNA and much more of The People Known as Redbones. Follow a journey of one group of early American Mixedbloods, the twists, the turns and the eventual triumph over the sometimes invisible racial barriers of; the One Drop Rule, Jim Crow and Walter Pleacker. From the earliest known Virginia Records to Texas and beyond. Under Construction!
A record of characters and hero's in the No Man's Land; Lafitte family in the No Man' Land, maps, early Redbone settlers, Ashworth, Goins/Goyens/GOings, Nash, Nelson,Sweat, Gibson, Johnson, Perkins, Valentine and many more. Also including the Meteoyer CoinCoin family later known as the Cane River Creoles. Spanish Land Claims to the United States.
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The associates at MEHRA came together through our mutual multi cultural heritage and familial ties. In our search for our heritage we became involved in a collaborated effort for a not-for-profit corporation, the Redbone Heritage Foundation, inc. In an effort to research, document, preserve, exhibit and publish the history of the people known as Redbone our associates came to believe that the past matters to the future. Please visit our website or feel free to contact us regarding your projects.
documenting and preserving the history and cultural legacy of mixed ancestry peoples of the southern and eastern United States
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