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if you ever were called black in any manner or fashion then it negates any claim to native heritage in documents"(STEVE).
So by your own standard and admission you are in essence saying the Amherst Cherokee and the Texas Yaqui are black too as they were recored as blacks on official documents! AS indicated by the next two post. NO These people are not African Americans but they were listed as Mulatto and Negro just like the Lumbee for the same reason!!YOU ONCE AGAIN MISS THE POINT TNLC IT IS WHEN YOU ARE LABELED NEGRO OR BLACK AND YOU HAVE NO SUPPORTING INDIAN DOCUMENTS AND CULTURE AND LANGUAGE TO GO ALONG WITH THE RECORDS LIKE LUMBEE WHO HAVE NEVER BEEN A SOVEREIGN TRIBAL NATION NO TREATYS OR EVEN CULTURAL NATIVE AMERICAN CUSTOMS THE LUMBEE LACK ANYTHING ELSE TO GO WITH A CLAIM TO AN INDIAN HERITAGE EVEN THE MODERN GENEALOGIST TRACE THEM BACK TO NO INDIANS BUT ONLY BLACK AND WHITE MIXES,EVEN THE COLONIALS RECORDS STATE"NO INDIANS IN BLADEN/ROBESON COUNTY DURING 3 COLONIAL SURVEYS.
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