Uchean Aborigines Genealogical Society

Uchean Aborigines Genealogical Society We are a non profit genealogical society preserving the ethnic and heritage of the uchean also known a uchee people of the middle savannah river

Here is a genealogical lesson to be learn. If all Negroes in America during colonial times are Indian why isn't that the...
12/01/2018

Here is a genealogical lesson to be learn. If all Negroes in America during colonial times are Indian why isn't that the only indian listed in this account is a Carolina Indian boy.. The truth of the matter is that this is dealt on colony and state specific bases. so you have to follow the timelines of laws in each colony and state as the change or amend to have a proper paper trail.These laws happen hundreds of years before walter plecker eugenics of 1912 -1946. Note the 1930 census code that ban the mulatto factor. What applies in South Carolina. may not apply in Virigina or new york. so given the state or colony and time frame where your ancestors descend from. Those are the codes of law you should apply in your research. Not taken the whole across the board. Many Thousands of Kidnap Africans, Asians, and Indians from India and the Pacific Islands also became Negroes as there class of being enslaved. The Negro Law of South Carolina 1848 SECTION I The Act of 1740, section I, declares all Negroes and Indians (Free Indians in amity with this Government, Negroes, mulattoes and mestizoes, who are now free excepted) to be slaves — the offspring to follow the condition of the mother; and that such slaves are chattels personal, SECTION 2 Under the provision it has been uniformly held, that color is prima facie evidence, that the party bearing the color of the Negro, mulatto or mestizo, is a slave; but the same prima facie result does not follow from the Indian color.SECTION 3 Indians and the descendants of Indians are regarded as free Indians, in amity with this government until the contrary be shown. In the second proviso of Section I of the Act of 1740, it is declared that "Every Negro, Indian, mulatto and mestizo is a slave unless the contrary can be made to appear" - yet in the same it is immediately thereafter provided-"The In dians in amity with this government, excepted, in which the burden of proof shall lie on the defendant" that is, on the person claiming the Indian plaintiff to bea slave. This latter clause of the proviso is now regarded as furnishing the rule. The race of salve Indians or of Indians not in amity to this government (The State) is extinct and hence the previous part of the proviso has no application.http://genealogytrails.com/scar/negro_law.htm
Virginia passed two acts in 1682 that combined Native Americans and Africans into one category as “negroes and other slaves.” In 1699, slave laws stipulating ..http://www.virtualjamestown.org/laws1.html

I thnink i will turn up the heat a little bit. when it comes to the history of southeast Indian and slavery. Fokes out w...
09/26/2018

I thnink i will turn up the heat a little bit. when it comes to the history of southeast Indian and slavery. Fokes out west in indian country don't have a clue or they simply ignore.

Good evening - Many modern day so called professional genealogist are very problematic in there research and ideology, t...
09/25/2018

Good evening - Many modern day so called professional genealogist are very problematic in there research and ideology, to be kind, in two respects. They clearly and deliberately mischaracterized the true perspective of colonial history and people, That my friends is simply scholarly malpractice, and I’m surprised that in ensuing discussions that many genealogist and scholars who declare that they are all about various research approaches to history did not call out the hidden truths. To say otherwise is to misunderstand, mischaracterize, misrepresent, or simply lie, or to demonstrate sheer scholarly incompetence. Why any reputable so called professional genealogist and scholars would tolerate such behavior or seek to excuse it puzzles me. There’s a lot of work that needs to be done on the many aspects of the issue of how colonial history has been written and represented and how so many so called professional genealogist refuse to think outside the box. When is comes to researching so called Negro genealogy and ancestry as it relates to slavery. Evident provides that many of these people are not descendents of Africa at all. Cleary omitting the facts that many of them are American Indians, Southeast Asians and or Polynesian descent. Colonial imperialist thinking does not and should not apply in 2018. What can’t be denied is their presentation rests in the end on poor scholarship as well as poor scholarly practices they continue to engage in.
Chief Langley

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Billy Bowlegs - Seminole Chief The Third Seminole War, which was in reality a series of skirmishes largely over land, la...
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Billy Bowlegs - Seminole Chief
The Third Seminole War, which was in reality a series of skirmishes largely over land, lasted from 1855 until 1858. The war was also known as Billy Bowlegs' War because Billy Bowlegs was the main Seminole leader in this third and final installment. By the conclusion of the war in 1858, Billy Bowlegs finally agreed to emigrate, taking most of those remaining with him. However, a small band of Seminoles under Sam Jones never left Florida, staying hidden in the Big Cypress Swamp. The approximately 3,500 Seminoles who are in Florida today are the descendants of these Seminoles, as well as a few families who found their way back from the West.

Must read for all following this page
09/25/2018

Must read for all following this page

Historical genealogical footnote:  now when it comes to So called Colored People The term Afro American comes into Quest...
09/25/2018

Historical genealogical footnote: now when it comes to So called Colored People The term Afro American comes into Question from my Research prospective because Colored was anyone who is non white. I said it before because I have seen the ethnic reports of families in the south east. Many of you, like it or not are Asian descendents of Chinese and Japanese. But no everyone wants to be an American Indian but your indian ancestor maybe and East Indian from India . I am sorry people, Take a deep breathe and do some serious soul searching and do your research as things apply to you. We can never be anything our ancestors were not.

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Taken from the 1930 Indian census report. Seminole.-The name Seminole ls applied to a part or the Creek tribe which duri...
09/25/2018

Taken from the 1930 Indian census report.
Seminole.-The name Seminole ls applied to a part or the Creek tribe which during the eighteenth century separated from the main body and settled in Florida. Here they were joined by remnants or other tribes, including the Yuchi and a large Negro element from run-away slaves. After the second Seminole war, one or the most disastrous and costly or the Indian wars, the greater part or the tribe were removed to Indian Territory. A raw refugees escaped to the Everglades,
where their descendants still live. The number enumerated in 1930 was 2,048, or whom 1,789 were in Oklahoma and 22:7 in Florida. In 1910 the number in Oklahoma was 1,503, but only 16 were enumerated in Florida. The actual number in Florida was, however, probably at least as large as in 1930. or the Seminole in Oklahoma, 1,521 were enumerated in 1930 in Seminole County and 120 in Hughes County. or the semlnole in Florida, 53.3 percent, and or those in Oklahoma, 74.5 percent, were returned ln 1930 as full blood. In view or the history or the tribe, and especially their acceptance or hundreds or Negro fugitives while still in Florida, lt ls difficult to accept these figures as to blood at their race value.

Part one The Negro factor in Indian Blood.
09/25/2018

Part one The Negro factor in Indian Blood.

Part two The Negro factor in Indian blood.
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Part two The Negro factor in Indian blood.

Part 3  The negro factor in Indian Blood
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Part 3 The negro factor in Indian Blood

Good morning, Before I am ask where did I get this Census document. Please read the entire article. Thank you Chief Lang...
09/25/2018

Good morning, Before I am ask where did I get this Census document. Please read the entire article. Thank you Chief Langley

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Taken from American Anthropography 1836 by Professor C.S Rapinesque
09/25/2018

Taken from American Anthropography 1836 by Professor C.S Rapinesque

colonial history fact check
09/25/2018

colonial history fact check

German Zoologist Lutz Heck with an Elephant an East African Family in Germany 1958 . Once again not all Africans have Na...
07/22/2017

German Zoologist Lutz Heck with an Elephant an East African Family in Germany 1958 . Once again not all Africans have Nappy Hair and wide nose with thick lips. These are straight hair Africans, think about slavery. Majority of Africans may have came thru West Africa but they are not all West African origin. Many or these straight hair african slaves have been perceived as Native American Indians by Both modern Blacks and Whites in America who fail proper genealogical and genealogy research on their direct lines. Assumption is not always fact.

Timeline Photos
11/05/2016

Timeline Photos

Baron Georg Fredrick von Reck was in charge of the commissary at the Ebenezer Lutheran Colony on the Savannah River.  Hi...
09/21/2016

Baron Georg Fredrick von Reck was in charge of the commissary at the Ebenezer Lutheran Colony on the Savannah River. His people are better known today as the Salzburgers, because they were persecuted refugees from Salzburg, Austria. He was also a brilliant artist.

On his trips up the river to meet with the Uchee at Mount Pleasant, Von Reck sketched his gracious hosts. In the process, he produced some of the most lively and accurate drawings of Native Americans during the Colonial Period. Note that the Uchee have either painted on traditional indigenous motifs to their clothing or else the Uchee still knew how to weave.

2016 Training Schedule is here.
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2016 Training Schedule is here.

John Henry Walker (1831–1899), a pioneer Canadian engraver and illustrator, was from County Antrim in Northern Ireland...
10/14/2015
M991X.5.300 | Races humaines | Gravure | John Henry Walker (1831-1899) | Musée McCord

John Henry Walker (1831–1899), a pioneer Canadian engraver and illustrator, was from County Antrim in Northern Ireland and as a young boy emigrated in 1842 to Canada with his family, settling in Toronto. In 1845 he was apprenticed for three years to the engraver Cyrus A. Swett, where he was trained in copper and wood engraving.
Walker provided the engravings for catalogues, government reports, advertisements and magazines such as The Canadian Illustrated News, L'Opinion Publique and Le Monde Illustré, and produced the front-cover illustration for his launching of Punch in Canada in 1849.[1] The magazine was styled on the English Punch and failed when published by Walker as a weekly. His other short-lived humorous periodicals were The Jester, Grinchuckle and Diogenes.[2] He is regarded as a pioneer of political cartooning in Canada and dominated engraving in Montreal from 1845 into the 1890s. His legacy of illustrations provides a rich insight into life in Victorian Canada.http://collection.mccord.mcgill.ca/fr/collection/artefacts/M991X.5.300?Lang=2&accessnumber=M991X.5.300

10/05/2015
Chief Langley Lectures on Beyond the realm of Death, Dreams and your Ancestors

It is always possible for deceased loved ones to visit us in our dreams. It’s actually an ideal place for them to make contact. For one, you are in a relaxed state so it’s easier for them to get your attention. For another, you are disconnected from the physical and more connected to your subconscious and/or superconscious if you are a lucid dreamer. And lastly, dreams are sort of the mid-ground between here and there so it’s like meeting in the middle.http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ucheannation/2015/05/08/chief-langley-lectures-on-beyond-the-realm-of-death-dreams-and-your-ancestors

It is always possible for deceased loved ones to visit us in our dreams. It's actually an ideal place for them to make contact. For one, you are in a relaxed state so it's easier for them to get your attention. For another, you are disconnected from the physical and more connected to your subconscio…

http://peopleofonefire.com/access-genealogy-publishes-the-original-migration-legend-of-the-creek-people.html
09/26/2015
Access Genealogy publishes the Original Migration Legend of the Creek People | People of One Fire

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Archaeology, Ethnology, History, Language, News Access Genealogy publishes the Original Migration Legend of the Creek People September 26, 2015 Richard Thornton Leave a comment AccessGenealogy.com announced on Friday, September 25, 2015 that it had become the sole source on the web for those wishin…

http://peopleofonefire.com/migration-legend-supplement-the-painting-of-the-creek-delegation-in-westminster-palace.html
09/18/2015
Migration Legend supplement: The painting of the Creek delegation in Westminster Palace | People...

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Art, History Migration Legend supplement: The painting of the Creek delegation in Westminster Palace September 17, 2015 Richard Thornton Leave a comment Several readers have asked to have a higher resolution image of the famous painting of James Edward Oglethorpe introducing his guests from the Cree…

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