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An Introduction to Melungeons

February 20, 2017
This is one of the most difficult ethnic groups to research today. The overwhelming majority of information is authored by those who use the
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Melungeon Etymology

February 21, 2017
This word has been used for centuries, although in strikingly different contexts. The most likely origin is the French term "Mélange," which simply means
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Melungeon Fame

February 21, 2017
As word spread of the "new race" so did fantasy. Northern reporters made it a point to briskly "investigate the community," by speaking to
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The Real History of Melungeons

February 21, 2017
Sadly, it seems even less is known of the people today. Early historical accounts suggest the Melungeons were there before the white settlers.
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Melungeon Community

February 21, 2017
The earliest "proof" of Melungeons is commonly cited is the Stony Creek church minutes from 1813. One church member accused another of "harboring melungins.
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The Melungeon Manipulation

February 21, 2017
Being an original Melungeon must've been a difficult life. The overwhelming majority of the media held you in utter contempt.
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The Melungeon People

February 21, 2017
There were multiple families in the initial group. They were varied in hue and features, but the outside world wasn't aware of them for
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Melungeon Origins

February 21, 2017
So, where did these mysterious people come from? Since it's apparently impossible to respect their own words, we've yet to encounter a definitive answer.
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Melungeon DNA and the European Enigma

February 21, 2017
Genetic genealogy through DNA testing, has sadly been harnessed to muddle the subject even more. Despite this field being in its infancy, global mapping
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Dromgoole’s Malungeons

February 26, 2017
Will Allan Dromgoole, as noted earlier, had a very special vocabulary for the Melungeon people. Good or bad, she is still considered an authority