1848 Hundreds of Indian Families that remained in the traditional Homelands were enslaved by whites
Updated: Jul 30, 2022
As the Trail of Tears forcibly removed Native Americans to the Oklahoma Territory there were Indians that stayed in the traditional Homelands and were Free. They were then systematically enslaved illegally to colonizers who kidnapped them thousands were then mislabeled as Negro, Black , Colored and other categories robbing them of their identities . Some Mvzkoke Indians stayed in Alabama and Georgia , some relocated to Mexico but the Ancestors are the same.
. Dr. Theda Perdue reveals a part of what happened to Creek Indians that remained and the challenges they faced in surviving as Indians in a changing South Eastern American landscape. Full Video Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZsRNoh687Q