AfriGeneas World Research Forum
Recently, I started browsing through a book entitled, "Interracialism - Black-White Intermarriage in American History, Literature, and Law," edited by Werner Sollors, published by Oxford University Press, 2000. Within its contents, on paage 49, a tract of land named "Mulatto Hall" taken from the book, "Turner, The Negro in Pennsylvania," pp. 24-30 caught my attention. At first I thought this place was in Sussex County, VA, and later found that it was in Sussex County, Delaware. However, as we often find, mistakes can become pots of gold, which it did in this case.
Following-up to learn about "Mulatto Hall" led me to "The Study of Racialism," a discussion of U.S. Racialism with an onsite study group. The posted subject under discussion is: 17/18 cenetury mulattoes really indians?
I would recommend those interested in the subject take a look at this group study.
Jane Campbell Arrington