It lacks, however, a bibliography of criticism, a surprising omission in a scholarly/critical edition; Powell is generous in the book's text to several critical studies of Russo (he reprints a large section of an essay I wrote as the introduction to Russo's Mixed Blood
Powell explained, "When we say mixed blood
Indian we mean that there has been some white blood or other blood mixed with the Chippewa blood?
Other French colonies in the Caribbean and in lower Louisiana had contrasting and evolving policies toward "the others" as well as toward race mixture and the status of mixed bloods
and manumitted slaves and their descendants.
1896; US Congress, Senate, Rights of Mixed Blood
Indians, 54th Cong.
21) For this reason, it becomes highly effective for Morris to posit the controversial and well-known mixed-blood American historical figures examined in Queen of Beauty (President Thomas Jefferson, naturalist John James Audubon, scientist Norbert Rillieux) in metaphoric conversation with the mixed blood
fictional characters based in Aotearoa (Virginia, Lia, Tania).
Peter Coviello's Intimacy in America: Dreams of Affiliation in Antebellum Literature(2005) and Betsy Erkkila's Mixed Blood
and Other Crosses: Rethinking American Literature from the Revolution to the Culture Wars (2005) explore the representation of interpersonal and group emotional attachment in classic American texts from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
To intermix with our white brothers; Indian mixed bloods
in the United States from the earliest times to the Indian removals.
They form part of a personal story included in "Real" Indians and Others: Mixed Blood
Urban Native Peoples and Indigenous Nationhood, a study by Dr.
Prior to Knox's order, the Marine Corps followed the Navy's regulations banning African-Americans and those with mixed blood
as "persons whose characters are suspicious.
carry the mixed blood
of the tiger and the antelope.
This news shatters the young girl, and she becomes obsessed with the fact that she is of mixed blood
, although she is so fair that no one could ever surmise her ethnicity.
It suggests the Spaniards, rather than obliterating or sweeping aside the natives, mingled with them, thus creating a population of mixed blood