Table of Contents for Black Indians : A Hidden Heritage


Preface to the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Edition xi
Introduction 1(7)
1 If You Know I Have a History
8(11)
2 They Fled Amongst the Indians
19(15)
3 Between the Races We Cannot Dig Too Deep a Gulf
34(19)
4 The Finest-Looking People I Have Ever Seen
53(16)
5 We Are All Living as in One House
69(13)
6 That You Know Who We Are
82(15)
7 He Was Our Go-Between
97(12)
8 Their Mixing is to Be Prevented
109(17)
9 Like the Indians Themselves
126(15)
10 Blood So Largely Mingled
141(16)
11 The Finest Specimens of Mankind
157(15)
12 No Bars Can Hold Cherokee Bill
172(17)
13 "We Are Identical"
189(13)
14 The Greatest Sweat and Dirt Cowboy Who Ever Lived
202(24)
15 So Long to Articulate
226(15)
Acknowledgments to the Revised Edition 241(2)
Bibliography 243(4)
Index 247