Canneci N'de Band of Lipan Apache,Inc.

CANNECI IN LOUISIANA enumerated as Black, African, & Negro

ALL PHOTOS ARE CIRCA 1930s LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, ALL SAY THE SUBJECTS ARE INDIANS, Tribal affiliation is Not Mentioned.

BLATANT PAPERGENOCIDE OF THE LIPAN IN LOUISIANA. EXCERPT ABOVE FROM FATHER HEBERT'S BOOKS

FROM DAYNA BOWKER LEE'S RESEARCH ON INDIAN SLAVERY IN LOUISIANA.

EXCERPT FROM BOOK "LOUISIANA PLACE NAMES OF INDIAN ORIGIN' by William A. Read

 

 

  COUNTRY FROM THE ORIGINAL WRITINGS OF ALEXANDRE BARDE

Dr. Hall's online database showing Indians and Mixed Indians(Indiegenous Americans) as Afro-Louisianians. She has also won awards on her Louisiana African American research. This was done to displace non-reserve Natives and during slavery for the slave owner to avoid paying taxes on his illegal Indian slaves.

"Creoles of Color in the Bayou Country" by Carl A. Brasseaux, Keith P. Fontenot, & Claude F. Oubre these three men also continued to use papergenocide by rewriting and omitting many words and titles used by the racist Alexandre Barde, they "cleaned up" his writings to show the Canneci N'de Band of Lipan Apache, Inc. as a mixed race community lead by a "Negro Mormon".

 

subtitle: Narrative of Solomon Northup, citizen of New-York, kidnapped in Washington city in 1841, and rescued in 1853, from a cotton plantation near the Red River in Louisiana).

Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/new-york-times-1853-coverage-solomon-northup-hero-12-years-slave-180949944/#Qw7B4rzhTAMpV0By.99 

 

This excerpt was to show that the Indians that Solomon Northup encountered were Canneci Lipan Apaches due to the Indian man playing the Apache Fiddle/Violin and where Mr. Northup didn't know which tribal nation these men were from, but describing the detailed fiddle gave the key, also being on a cotton plantation near Red River where Apache slaves were being sold in Natchitochias, LA was another clue.