Table 1. Olmec Races
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The Washitaw were direct descendants of the Olmecs who mixed in with the Malian Moors. The name "Washitaw" comes from the Washita River which flows along Northwest Texas and Oklahoma to the Red River, where the Cheyenne Native Americans lived with the Chawasha, meaning "Racoon People" . The Washo were a tribe of Negroids who lived above the New Orleans Bayou and were of Tunican linguistic stock. The name "Washitaw" is a derivative of the term "Ouachita" or what is now "Wichita". The term is a Choctaw term which means "Big Arbor" which represented the Grass thatched arbor homes that the people lived in.
The Washitaw was originally from lower Mississippi, Louisiana, and Alabama (named after Nubian-Sudanese Ali Baba). The tribe was officially named "Wichita" by the U.S. Government in the Camp Holmes Treaty of 1835. This tribe were unmistakably a Negroid tribe! The Wichita were also known as "Paniwassaha" or by the French "Panioussa" which means "Black Pawnee." French traders from Illinois called them "Pani Pique" which means "Tattooed Pawnee." The Washitaw or "Racoon People" were called Racoons because of their black faces. When describing the Washitaw, the French describes the blacks who lived in large grass houses."
The Olmecs are the original woolly haired, dark-olive toned people who originally came from nuwba of south and central Africa. They walked over to America (called the land of the frogs, which changed to Utla which eventually became Atlan to Atlantis) millions of years ago, before the continental drift to set up colonies. The name Olmec was given to them by their children the Aztecs, many years after they migrated to America. The Nuwbuns were called Olmecs “Dweller of the rubber land” by the Aztecs because the Olmecs were the ones who brought rubber to America from their land. It wasn’t until the 4th century (459 A.D) when some of the Chinese, descendants of the teros, came looking for more land under hsu shen of the Shang dynasty here in America. They bumped into the Olmecs near California. They lived and mixed amongst each other and produced what became known as the Native Americans.
Then various tribes broke away and started producing on their own such as the Mexicans, Aztecs, Mayans, Hopi , Washitaw, Creeks, Seminoles and Apalachees amongst others. The East Indian and the Hindus heard of this and they came across the Bering Strait and mixed in with the Native Americans that moved north and produced the Eskimos. The Washitaw were direct descendants of the Olmecs who mixed in the Malian Moors. The name “Washitaw” comes from the Washita River which flows along Northwest Texas and Oklahoma to the Red River where the Cheyenne Native Americans lived with the Chawasha, meaning “Raccoon People.” The Washo were a Negroid tribe living above the New Orleans Bayou. It has been said that the Washo mixed in with the Malian Moors and produced the Yammasee.
Yamasee is the mother tribe of the Creeks, Seminoles, Apalachees, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Catawbas, Cherokee as well as many other tribes. In the 1700’s, the British, French, and Spaniards mixed into many of these tribes. In 1715, the Yamasse rose in rebellion against the English and allied with the Spaniards. Some of the Yamasse-Creeks migrated to what is now known as Savannah Georgia and became outlaws under the tribal name of Yamacraw. When the British began taking women and children into slavery, many black Native American men mixed in with runaway African slaves. A war broke out between the Yamasse and the British in 1715, ‘The Yamasee Uprising.’ Throughout the 1700’s, many tribes were slaughtered. Remnants of these tribes banded together to create an alliance.
These newly formed tribes of Yamasee, Coosah, Chowan and Congaree were known as ‘Catawbas.’ The Catawbas spoke a dialect of the ancient Cushite language, which were bits and pieces of the original Olmec-African language. The Catawba lived in South Carolina and were the enemies of the Shawnee and Iroquois who were tribes that had mixed in with the French and became almost full blood European. Some of the Catawba joined the Alabama Creeks and mixed in with the Spaniards, and loosing much of their African traits. After the Yamasee Uprising, Native American power collapsed in Georgia and Alabama. This eventually led to the Trail of Tears, a name given to the forced relocation and movement of Native American nations from southeastern parts of the United States following the Louisiana Purchase and the Indian Removal Act of 1830.
Throughout slavery, thousands of African slaves escaped the plantations and sought refuge with neighboring Native American tribes. This eventually led to many African and Native Americans moving to Tulsa, Oklahoma which represented change and provided a chance for African and Native Americans to get away from slavery and the harsh racism of their previous homes. This eventually led to Black Wall Street 1830-1921. The natives had an incredible knowledge of outdoor survival and location. It is often believed that Harriet Tubman, who freed slaves via the Underground Railroad, was herself a black Native American because of her knowledge of paths and terrain.
Later on, in 1992 a.d. after more than 30 years of professional legal research, there is a woman named Verdiacee Washitaw-Turner Goston El-Bey, and she is the legal heir by blood to the Maison Rouge land grants that were willed to her great-great-grandfather, Henry Turner. Verdiacee’s land is the district of Louisiana which is named after her great-great-great- grandfather’s friend Louis Boullingny, who sold the land to Joseph De Maison Rouge in 1795. Joseph had a daughter named Annie in which the land went to her. Annie named the land Louisiana after
‘Louis’ and ‘Annie.’ In 1848 the U.S. government took the Turners to court to take the district of Louisiana, however the government lost and the land was granted to the heirs of Henry Turner. Verdaicee has set up a Sovereign Nation of Washitaw Moors that is recognized by the U.S. Government. You can read more about how the land was stolen from the people in her book called ” “Return of the Ancient Ones”.
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