Welcome to Redbone Nation

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!

<blockquote><h3>Redbone Nation</h3>Welcome to Redbone Nation!
A website dedicated to the history of the people known as Redbone. In the ancient world and here at Redbone Nation, the challenge was to transform history of words into visuals that directs the emotional response of the viewer as much as they exist to tell a story. In an effort to expand appreciation for cultural diversity, The Redbone Nation is a juried exhibition of artwork and short articles of historical interest that references traditions found among the heritage of diverse ethnic peoples in American history. The artwork and articles here are on display to both celebrate the aesthetics of the written and oral word and examine its various meanings, messages and interactions.  We encourage you to expand your horizons while learning all about diverse ethnic and religious cultures and traditions that shaped our American history.</blockquote> <blockquote><h3>Thomas Nash Cherokee Indian</h3>Thomas Nash, a progenitor (pro·gen·i·tor)  of the people known as Redbones. In 1896 several of his descendants give affidavit of genealogy, claiming acceptance onto the Rolls of The Cherokee more! </blockquote> <blockquote><h3>Redbone Fueds & Fights</h3>Redbone Feuds & Fights! </blockquote> <blockquote><h3>Lumbee Indians & Goins Family</h3>The Lumbee Indians, The Lost Colony of Roanoke and The Goins Family Tree. This Blog will explore the relationships between them. Please note that the blog serves as a collection of all Goins/Going/Gowen early records and that there is no intention to suggest that all Goins are Lumbee related. Only by listing them all, tracking their migration routes and taking your comments on the families into consideration, can we study and determine what lines are related to others. Enjoy!</blockquote> <blockquote><h3></h3>Who are the Redbones? For more than 200 years, this question has perplexed many who would come to question their ethnicity. Here will try to chronicle the Redbone people, their migrations, the familial bonds and mysterious ethnicity. The Redbone Heritage Foundation is breaking many of the mysteries through historical research, cultural identity & DNA testing. </blockquote> <blockquote><h3>Ashworth Act</h3>The Ashworth and Goins Families of East Texas. Early laws established to allow these families to remain in the the State of Texas.  A new article about the controversial Ashworth Act and the many year struggles of the early mixedblood families of now part of the United States. </blockquote> <blockquote><h3>Neutral Zone Settlers</h3>Settlers of The No Man's Land or Neutral Territory. Full transcript of all Spanish Land Claims between The Arroyo Hondo & The Sabine Rivers. A disputed land for hundreds of years before the Battle of New Orleans when most of the Pirates Jean & Pierre Lafitte, the Barratarians and Redbones settled and operated their illegal smuggling from the Gulf of Mexico..through..the Back Door To The U.S. by Don C. Marler. </blockquote> <blockquote><h3>GTT Gone To Texas</h3>Redbone Cattle Culture "; /> <blockquote><h3>Iconoclast</h3>Book store. We have accumulated a vast variety of on topic books and other publication selections from Amazon. Check out our favorite selections!</blockquote> <blockquote><h3>I Have No Indian Name</h3>I have No Indian Name by Walela with Rita Coolidge Ms. Coolidge speaks about her Native Cherokee Heritage in a 2011 interview. "; />

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