E3. Melungeons, Redbones, and other U.S. Maroons





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Uploaded on Oct 31, 2010

Discusses mixed-ancestry communities scattered throughout the eastern and southern United States. They are called triracial groups (the anthropological term), maroons (historical term), or mestizos (sociological). All descend from Europeans, Africans, and Native Americans who escaped involuntary labor in colonial plantations and formed their own communities.

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Link to Internet radio playing 24/7 audio-only lectures on the U.S. "race" notion, including this one:
http://sc.digitaleagles.com/tunein.ph... .

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