Here is a 1900 family from the Comanche Nation. The elder man is Ta-Ten-e-quer and his wife, Ta-Tat-ty. Their niece is Wife-per or Frances Wright. Her father was a Buffalo Soldier who deserted and married into the Comanches. Henry (left) and Lorenzano (right) are the sons of Frances. Within the fabric of American identity is woven a story that has long been invisible—the lives and experiences of people who share African and First Nation descent, their double heritage is truly indivisible.
IndiVisible - African-Native American Lives in the Americas
June 4, 1977 Roland Gerhard Fryer, Jr., economist and the youngest African American ever granted tenure at Harvard University, was born in Daytona Beach, Florida but raised in Lewisville, Texas http://thewright.org/explore/blog/entry/today-in-black-history-642014
the recollections of a resident of Owen Sound, Ontario, an African American known as Old Man Henson... one of the very few books that documented the journey to Canada from the perspective of a person of African descent.