ID# 1346:
Mongrel Virginians: The Win Tribe, by A.H. Estabrook and I.E. McDougle, introduction of Estabrook's copy with added keys to pseudonyms
Date:
1926
Pages: (1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8)
Source:
University of Albany, SUNY, Estabrook, SPE,XMS 80.9 Bx 2 series XII
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<i>Mongrel Virginians: The Win Tribe</i>, by A.H. Estabrook and I.E. McDougle, introduction of Estabrook's copy with added keys to pseudonyms

The Win Tribe 17 negro blood now present came in later. Briefly, the history is as follows. A white man named Brown named a Dolly Thomas, either a full-blood or a half-blood Indian. These two had many children, half-breeds, by the name of Brown, which children have in turn married and their descendants are now found in the Coon mountain [pedigree chart] [caption]Chart 1. Early Generation of the Wins regions of Ab county. Dolly Thomas' father, William Thomas, was known to have been an Indian and lived on the Ban River in that county. It is not known, however, from what tribe he, or the other Indians to be mentioned, came, whether Cherokee from the Southern Appalachians or Powhatan from Eastern Virginia or Tuscarora from Southeastern Virginia. It is Dollie Thomas, - [obscured] William Thonas, - [obscured]

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