Local Complexities of Race in the Rural South: Racially Mixed People in South Carolina.

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720
Citation: 

Gildemeister, Enrique Eugene.  “Local Complexities of Race in the Rural South: Racially Mixed People in South Carolina.”  Thesis.  State U of New York College at Purchase, 1977.

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Explains how mixed-blood groups emerge and persist when society theoretically doesn’t recognize shades between Black and White.  Review of the literature on mixed bloods, noting questions left unanswered.  Useful discussion of White-oriented vs. Indian-oriented groups, such as the Lumbee.  See brief mentions, pp. 7 and 29-30.

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