Fatou Diarra:

SOME ADDITIONAL STUDIES FROM AMERICAN SCHOLARS

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Nineteenth (19th) Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Smithsonian Institution, 1897-98, Part One (1) {Titles on Cover: Myths of the Cherokees] Hardcover – 1900
by J.W. (John Wesley) Powell (Author), Many b&w Illus/plates (Illustrator)

“It is not commonly known that in all southern colonies Indian slaves were bought and sold and kept in servitude and worked in the fields side by side with negroes up to the time of the revolution… Furthermore, as the coast tribes dwindled they were compelled to associate and intermarry with the negroes until they finally lost their identity and were classified with that race, so that a considerable proportion of the blood of the southern negroes is unquestionably Indian.”

****not a complete admission but a game with word play(INDIAN VS NEGRO) and almost an admission to the identity of the American Negro when we know Indians were reclassified as Negroes.

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