Category: 29. Genealogical materials
1042. DeMarce, Virginia
Easley. Verry Slitly Mixt: Tri-Racial Isolate Families
of the Upper SouthA Genealogical Study. National Genealogical
Society Quarterly 80.1 (March 1992): -35.
Publication type: Journal article
Surveys literature on triracial isolates from other fields and indicates how genealogical research can contribute to existing knowledge of their origins and development. Mentions Lumbees throughout the text and footnotes. Detailed discussion of the Chavis and Goins families. Extensively documented. The appendix lists family surnames commonly found in triracial isolate groups. For each surname, gives the groups among which it occurs, and the racial designations (ex. free mulatto, free person of color) used for that group in well-documented studies. Wes Taukchiray responds, in the June, 1992, issue (Updates section), to this articles mention of his research.
Additional subjects: Tri-racial isolates
This annotation first appeared in The Lumbee Indians: An Annotated Bibliography (McFarland, 1994), by Glenn Ellen Starr.
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