Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by Seneb, Jan 9, 2010.
Volume 3 Sioux:
Thanks for sharing this...
Volume 8 Nez Perce:
Volume 2 Pima/Mohave/Papago/Yuma/Qahatika and others:
No problem,more to come!
Still on volume 2:
I am left with the strong impression the fellas in the second to last and the last photos may well have black and indigenous ancestry...
It was and is lucky and fortunate somebody chose to preserve and protect this photo history etc.
Though no telling when the indigenous peoples came into contact with folk from other lands, i. e., since just the way some of those indian females dressed reflect any number of folks descendants, who we do come into contact with, around the globe, too...
WOW!!! This is great!! The beadwork on some of the clothing was very beautiful. The facial expressions in some photos spoke volumes to me. Thank you for sharing this!
White and non black folk just enslaved anybody darker than they were or are:
One guess is that they did enslave had african ancestors...
I. e., such is what the likes of brother Rashidi etc. kinda sorta base their intriguing theories on, as regards evidence of a generations spanning black presence, around the globe...
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