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*  Asian Americans in government and politics
... who is half-Indian American, became the first female, first African American, and first Asian American state attorney general ... In 1998, David Wu was elected and became the only Chinese American of Taiwanese ancestry to serve be a member of Congress. Wu ... By the 2004 election, Democrat John Kerry won 56% of the Asian American vote, with Chinese and Indian Americans tending to ... Dalip Singh Saund, an Indian American from Imperial and Riverside Counties, was the first South Asian American elected into ...
*  Genetic history of indigenous peoples of the Americas
Peter N. Jones (October 2002). American Indian mtDNA, Y chromosome genetic data, and the peopling of North America. Bauu ... One exception to this are the Chibcha speakers, whose ancestry comes from both North and South America. Linguistic studies have ... ISBN 0-19-508115-3. Mithun, Marianne (October 1990). "Studies of North American Indian Languages". Annual Review of ... 10 July 2008). "Distribution of Y Chromosomes Among Native North Americans: A Study of Athapaskan Population History". American ...
*  Prairie County, Arkansas
Even today, an estimated 2,000 residents have some American Indian ancestry. The town of Fredonia (Biscoe) was named for the ... The county is crossed by Interstate 40 (I-40), a major east-west Interstate highway running from California to North Carolina, ... Black or African American, 0.36% Native American, 0.18% Asian, 0.28% from other races, and 0.64% from two or more races. 0.81% ... The county at first was land given to Cherokee Indians resettled from Tennessee and was the Western band of Cherokee ...
*  Ernie Koy
He was born in Sealy, Texas and was of American Indian ancestry. He attended the University of Texas at Austin (UT). While at ... Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company Publishers. Ernie Koy at Find a Grave Career statistics and player information ... Ernest Anyz Koy (September 17, 1909 - January 1, 2007), nicknamed "Chief", was an American left fielder in Major League ...
*  William Clyde Thompson
Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico By Frederick Webb Hodge A History of the Caddo Indians By: WILLIAM B. GLOVER ... 1875-1921). The Estes family was not of American Indian ancestry but predominately English. After leaving Smith County, William ... 978-0916489854 Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico By Frederick Webb Hodge, Smithsonian Institution American Ethnology ... Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico (2 vols., Washington: GPO, 1907, 1910, rpt., New York: Pageant, 1959) A History of ...
*  Racial Integrity Act of 1924
... of ancestry as applied to American Indian ancestry.[citation not found] The combined effect of these two laws adversely ... The Politics of Culture in an American Region, Durham, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1983, pp. 240-242, accessed 14 ... The Exemption of American Indian Ancestry from Racial Purity Law". SSRN Electronic Journal. doi:10.2139/ssrn.871096. ISSN 1556- ... because they could no longer prove their American Indian ancestry by documented historical continuity. Historians have not ...
*  Herbert Randall
Randall is of Shinnecock, African-American and West Indian ancestry. Randall studied photography under Harold Feinstein in 1957 ... Faces is the only record of a single town in the midst of the Civil Rights revolution in America. At the time, the Hattiesburg ... Randall was also a founding member of the Kamoinge Workshop, a forum for African-American photographers, in New York City in ... born December 16, 1936 in the Bronx) is an American photographer who had documented the effects of the Civil Rights Movement. ...
*  One-drop rule
A majority of Latin Americans possess some African or American Indian ancestry. Many of these immigrants feel it is difficult ... European ancestry among various distant ancestors); and 5 percent of African Americans have at least 12.5% Native American ... European ancestry (equivalent of one great-grandparent); 19.6 percent of African Americans have at least 25% European ancestry ... Black Indians Blood quantum laws Cherokee Freedmen Hispanic and Latino Americans Limpieza de sangre List of topics related to ...
*  Demographics of Saint Paul, Minnesota
... and people of mixed black and American Indian ancestry made up 0.3% of St. Paul's population. Multiracial Americans made up 3.7 ... People of mixed white and American Indian ancestry made up 0.8% of the population; those of mixed white and Asian ancestry made ... Black or African American: 13.5% American Indian or Alaska Native: 0.8% Asian: 12.4% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander ... People born in Europe made up 6.5% of the foreign-born population; those born in other parts of North America represented 2.0% ...
*  Mestizo
The European ancestry was more prevalent in the north and west (66.7-95%) and Native American ancestry increased in the centre ... parda) - a person of mixed white European, Native American Indian and African Black ancestry; Mulato (fem. mulata) - a person ... the European ancestry was prevalent in the north and west (66.7-95%) and, conversely, Native American ancestry increased in the ... a person of mixed blood; specifically: a person of mixed European and American Indian indigenous ancestry "Mestizo - Define ...
*  Nellie Stone Johnson
Irish and American Indian ancestry. Their family had a dairy farm and her father was involved with the Nonpartisan League, ... A statue of Johnson is planned for the North Hallway of the Minnesota State Capitol. Johnson was married twice, to Clyde Stone ... She then moved into her aunt and uncle's house in north Minneapolis. She took extension courses at the University of Minnesota ... She received a lifetime achievement award from the Black Caucus of the American Association for Higher Education in 2000. She ...
*  Maryam Sullivan
Umm Juwayriyah is an American Muslim of West Indian and American ancestry. She has three children and is a full-time elementary ... She has performed at the Islamic Circle of North America Convention (ICNA), New England Muslim Sisters Association (NEMSA), ... Maryam "Umm Juwayriyah" Sullivan is an American Muslim poet, novelist, playwright, journalist and performance artist. ... including American International College and Amherst College. She has presented workshops at Rochester Institute of Technology ...
*  James John Floyd
His mother was also of partial American Indian ancestry, and according to family tradition was a descendant of the Powhatan ... Floyd Street, that runs North to South from downtown Louisville through the University of Louisville was named after him as ... There he would be the leader of the area that took in part a small local war with the Indians and was led by George Rogers ... In mid May they arrived in Kentucky Country and had an experience with Indians who came down the river and had passes from the ...
*  Maud Cuney Hare
Her father's ancestry was African, Indian, European, and Swiss-American. The Cuney children were a "second family" related to a ... The book contains extensive details on the lives and music of Negro musicians both in America and abroad, in voluminous ... a history of African-American music traditions from Africa to the American jazz age African American portal African-American ... Both parents were of mixed race; her father was of majority-white ancestry. Her mother, one of the "handsome Dowdy girls," came ...
*  1920 Canton Bulldogs season
Thorpe, who was of mixed American Indian ancestry, left after the season to organize and play for an all-Native American team ... "All-Americans Win Pro Gridiron Game". The New York Times. December 5, 1920. "1920 New Haven Washington Glees". The Pro Football ... The game was the only loss of the season for the All-Americans. November 25, 1920, at League Park In week ten, the Bulldogs ... Following the season, Thorpe left to start a new club composed of Native Americans in LaRue, Ohio and Cap Edwards took over as ...
*  Phil Konstantin
... review of This Day In North American Indian History News From Indian Country review of This Day In North American Indian ... Phil Konstantin has mixed European and American Indian ancestry. Through his mother's side of the family, he is Cherokee. He is ... This Day In North American Indian History. This book lists over 5000 events in American Indian history. It also includes ... Day In North American Indian History Flipkart review of Native American History for Dummies Phil Konstantin on Native American ...
*  List of Native Americans of the United States
The Bureau of Indian Affairs defines Native American as having American Indian or Alaska Native ancestry. Legally, being Native ... Notable American Indians Famous Native Americans "IV. Our Nation's American Indian and Alaska Native Citizens." US Department ... All individuals on this list should have Native American ancestry. Historical figures might predate tribal enrollment practices ... Al Hoptowit, American football player John Horse, African-American leader of the Black Seminole. Michael Horse, Yaqui-Mescalero ...
*  Black-Dutch
Certain Southeastern families of mixed-race ancestry, especially those of American Indian descent. When used in the South, it ... Anglo-Americans loosely applied the term to any dark-complexioned American of European descent. The term was adopted [by some ... Over time, the term "Black Dutch" migrated with certain families of mixed ancestry from North Carolina, Kentucky, and Tennessee ... Based on his research, he found that most such free African-American families before the American Revolution were descended ...
*  St. George Tucker
She had sued for freedom based on her grandmother's and great-grandmother's American Indian ancestry, as Virginia had ended ... and judges still refer to this work as an important tool for determining how Americans understood both English and American law ... The justices affirmed freedom based on the Wrights' Indian ancestry and the fact that Indian slavery had ended in Virginia, ... He wrote an American edition of Blackstone's "Commentaries" that became a valuable reference work for many American lawyers and ...
*  Okie
... including those of mixed American Indian ancestry) migrant workers and their families. The term became well-known nationwide by ... Deploying Whiteness in America (2000) p. 229. Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, "One or Two Things I Know about Us: Rethinking the Image ... just like the resurgence of Southern American regionalism and renewal of ethnic American (Irish American, Italian American or ... An American Exodus: A Record of Human Erosion. 1939. Morgan, Dan. Rising in the West: The True Story of an "Okie" Family from ...
*  Eagle feather law
Under the current language of the eagle feather law, individuals of certifiable American Indian ancestry enrolled in a ... Some arguments have centered on non-Natives being opposed to Natives having access to anything that all Americans cannot have. ... Defenders of the law have argued it is the only legal protection of American Indian spirituality and that because eagle ... Debates have centered on the differences between enrollment in a federally recognized American Indian tribe, vs a racial, ...
*  Ethnic groups in Europe
Amerindians and Inuit, a scant few in the European continent of American Indian ancestry (often Latin Americans in Spain, ... African Americans (i.e. African American British) who are Americans of black/African ancestry reside in other countries. In the ... North Americans U.S. and Canadian expatriates: American British and Canadian British, Canadiens and Acadians in France, as well ... Native American Association of Germany founded in 1994 as a socio-cultural organization estimates 50,000 North American Indians ...
*  List of Native American musicians
Native American composers Notable American Indians Famous Native Americans "IV. Our Nation's American Indian and Alaska Native ... The Bureau of Indian Affairs defines Native American as having American Indian or Alaska Native ancestry. Legally, being Native ... All individuals on this list should have Native American ancestry. Historical figures might predate tribal enrollment practices ... members of federally recognized tribes or have cited Native American ancestry and be recognized as being Native American by ...
*  Dugout to Foxhole
Ernie Koy - Nicknamed "Chief" due to his American Indian ancestry, between 1938-1942 Koy played left field for the Brooklyn ... Fargo, North Dakota: Bison Books, page 349 Van Blair, pages 3-12 Porter, David L. Biographical Dictionary of American Sports: ... North Carolina where he operated a car dealership for 30 years and coached American Legion Baseball teams. In 2011, Lewis died ... Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland and Company Weintraub, Robert (2013) The Victory Season: The End of World War II and the ...
*  Sappony
The people known as the 'Indians of Person County' were recognized by North Carolina in 1911 as an American Indian tribe. They ... Indian] ancestry. A mustee may have been primarily part-African and American [Indian], and a mulatto was usually part-European ... Their applications for recognition as American Indian tribes were approved by the state of North Carolina in 1911 and 1965, ... persons colored by Indian blood. The indictment cannot be sustained." Paul Heinegg, Free African Americans in Virginia, North ...
*  Theodore Schwan
On June 20, the commissioner of Indian Affaires instructed Captain Schwan to form an Indian police force on the Cheyenne River ... He also served with distinction during the Spanish-American and Philippine-American Wars. Theodore Schwan was the son of Rev. ... Ancestry.com CastleGarden.org 1857 US Army Enlistments, Ancestry.com Hamersly, Lewis Randolph, Records of living officers of ... On June 20, 1877, About 7 o'clock Company I, Seventh Cavalry (Captain Nowlan), reached the north bank of the Yellowstone, ...
*  Race and ethnicity in the United States Census
A person with both White and American Indian ancestry was to be recorded as an Indian, unless his American Indian ancestry was ... American Indian and Alaska Native. A person having origins in any of the original peoples of North and South America (including ... there were campaigns to get non-Hispanic West Indian Americans, Turkish Americans, Armenian Americans, Arab Americans and ... many others mixed white and Native American and some of them Native American.[citation needed] The Supplemental American Indian ...