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African/Native American History


IndiVisible: African-Native American Lives in the Americas, a Smithsonian Traveling exhibit that examines the interconnecting relationships between African Americans and Native Americans in the Americas, was on display at Martin Methodist College in Pulaski, TN in 2013.

Visit the exhibition web site for more information: IndiVisible: African-Native American Lives in the Americas

To celebrate the opening, Martin Methodist College presented a lecture by Jeffery Hobbs, who is of Cherokee and African descent, and a member of the Native community in Middle Tennessee for many years. Native History Association board member Joseph Cummins conducted an interview with Mr. Hobbs prior to the lecture. Read the interview here: IndiVisible: Interview With Jeffery Hobbs

See our Facebook album for photos from the opening night of the exhibition: IndiVisible: African-Native American Lives in the Americas Opening Night At Martin Methodist College

A Story of Native American Graves & The Graves of Slaves:
The Hermitage Springs Site - Nashville, Tennessee



Kansas Institute for African American and Native American Family History

National Public Radio - Black Indians Explore Challenges Of 'Hidden' Heritage

William Loren Katz, author of Black Indians and other works

Black Seminoles - Gullahs Who Escaped From Slavery

Books About Black Indians


Native American History