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In South Florida we have the Bahamian people who have for centuries been crossing over from the nearby Bahama islands, the most populous of which, are north of Miami.

( It has been said that most African Americans are, in part, descended from Native Americans.

Indians watched cautiously from a distance, out of sight of the intruders.

Leaders from several Native towns in the vicinity finally got around to approaching the foreigners in the spring of 1699.

As the French expanded their base of control, some Indian Nations simply packed up and moved, not wanting even to be near the French and their strange religion and habits.

But dislocated Indians had to live somewhere, and they invariably wound up in the proximity of other Indian communities, threatening the resources of the people who were already there.

For example, Jean Baptiste Pont du Sable, who founded Chicago was a Creole.However, few really celebrate this aspect of their heritage.Fifty years ago, in North Carolina especially, there were large groups of people who saw themselves as Black Indians. Franklin Frazier discusses them in depth in The Negro Family in the United States.They cut pine trees to build Fort Maurepas, the first of several forts in the region.Without even so much as a “Bon jour” to the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Natchez and other nations they had invaded, they planted their flag and declared that tens of millions of acres of land in the Louisiana Territory now belonged to France.It only took them seven years to acquire their first slaves, from whom they could order their daily bread rather than request it.