Black Indians: A Hidden Heritage. The author explores the little-told story of black Indians, defined here as people with dual African and Native American ancestry or African Americans who lived primarily with Native Americans. Using fascinating biographies and detailed research, Katz creates a chronology of this hidden heritage during the settlement of the American West.
Freedman's Cemetery This area of Dallas County was settled by former African American slaves shortly after the conclusion of the American Civil War. Freedman's Cemetery, a graveyard for African Americans, was established in 1869 on one acre of land purchased by trustee Sam Eakins. http://www.texasescapes.com/Cemeteries/Dallas-TX-Freedmans-Cemetery.htm
Omfg... These are self portraits and they actually took some with talent to paint themselves instead of going into a public restroom and take a million pictures! THEY ARE AMAZING. HOW WE HAVE DETERIORATED!
retro future. This is quite accurate, really! Facetiming your long distance beau over drinks with the bf, while she checks in on her kid. Eventually, one of you realises the time and you both hop into your personal carplane. I know I've done it.
Buck Franklin (1879–1960), son of a Chickasaw freedman (emancipated slave) Buck Franklin (shown here ca. 1899 with his older brother, Matthew) was named after his grandfather, who had been a slave of a Chickasaw family in Oklahoma. Buck Franklin became a lawyer, notably defending survivors of the Tulsa Riots in 1921 which had resulted in the murder of 300 African Americans.