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Coastal Carolina Indian Center
In researching Indian ancestry,
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economic or socio-political), Indian people were often recorded as any race
other than Indian. Sometimes "White," other times "Black,"
or "Negro," and other times "Free Person of Color,"
"Colored," or "Mulatto."
villages are given with modern-day equivalent town names, as well as any
surnames that appear as "Other Free" on the 1790 census that are
surnames also found amongst known Indians in documents (deeds, court records,
It is necessary to establish
a "preponderance of evidence" before making the assumption that
someone was of a particular Indian nation.
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