Those of us who have been fortunate to hear Dr. Smallwood’s presentations at Melungeon Unions will find much familiar material in this article published by Oklahoma Humanities this summer, “A History Long Forgotten: Intersections of Race in Early America.” The events calendar has been update to include Dr. Smallwood’s June 2013 trip to Canada as part of the University of Memphis studies abroad program.
A Joint Statement from the Vardy Community Historical Society (VCHS) and the Melungeon Heritage Association (MHA ) We the members […]
In 2002, Brent Kennedy issued a statement about the first Melungeon DNA study. Excerpt: The long-awaited DNA results are in and […]
1840 Whig Article Negro Speaking! published in the Whig, Jonesboro, Tennessee, 7 October 1840 We have just learned, upon undoubtable […]
1896 Moors Article True Story of Delaware’s Moors Smyrna (Delaware) Press, 1 January 1896 Down in the southern end of […]
The Melungeons by Paul Converse originally published in Southern Collegian (December 1912) 59-69. Clinch is the name of a range […]
1924 Racial Integrity Act Virginia’s 1924 Racial Integrity Act Chap. 371. – An ACT to preserve racial integrity. [S B […]