https://youtu.be/yNuhAZupRLU There are many Native American descendants living under the radar in all our major cities and the surrounding areas. They are considered Urban Indians, and have been existing as such for over 40 years. This is a result of laws passed all...
Mrs. TurtleGang Well well well..... I've been sitting back watching this photo get exchanged from page to page on social media. Aside from the Moors present in this photo, taken at the Clayton County Sheriff's Office, Waka Flocka Flame is...
11/23/2016 01:28 pm ET Updated Nov 25, 2016 ABRAHAM LINCOLN Abraham Lincoln, Esq. (Later the 16th President of the United States) “My client is not a Negro, though it is a crime to be a Negro” Abraham Lincoln, Esq., 1855 Family feuds can get ugly....
The Moors of Delaware: A Look at a Tri-Racial Group (author unknown) An intermingling of races was one of the products which occurred with the early European exploration and settlement of the North American continent. Stemming from these earlier interminglings, there...
Bakersfield College | Kern Community College District | Professor J. Stratton 1801 Panorama Dr. - Bakersfield, CA 93305 Diffusion theory and the Myth of Brendan's voyage to America circa 700 a.d. The following list is sometimes used to reinforce the cultural diffusion theory about cross-Atlantic contact...
Setting the Record Straight About Native Languages: Linguistic Relationships Q: Are Amerindian languages related to Mongolian? A: No. Many people think American Indians are descended from Mongolian people. This may be true, but if it is, they left Asia more than...
Welcoming the Winter Solstice ICMN Staff • The winter solstice — also known as Yule, Midwinter, the Shortest Day of the Year and the Longest Night — occurs at 11:28 a.m. ET Thursday. In scientific terms, the winter solstice occurs at the precise moment...
Long before today’s anxiety about terror attacks, Spain and England feared that enslaved Africans would be more susceptible to revolt if they were Muslim By Andrew Lawler SMITHSONIAN.COM On Christmas Day, 1522, 20 enslaved Muslim Africans used machetes to attack their Christian masters...
Native Americans were using maple sugar as a sweetener long before the pilgrims set foot on North America. The Indians traded the maple sugar with the colonists, who, in turn, learned how to make the sweet treat from the Native Americans. Maple...
All my Slaves, whether Negroes, Indians, Mustees, Or Molattoes.'1 Towards a Thick Description of `Slave Religion' by Patrick Neal Minges © 1999 The time was in the late 1760's and the place was Charleston, S.C. A young musician was on his way...

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