Amazon.com Widgets

Backintyme Publishing

Backintyme

HomeGTT…Redbones, Gone To TexasGTT…Redbones, Gone To Texas

Announcement

GTT…Redbones, Gone To Texas

Announcement
For Immediate Release
Re: GTT….Redbones, Gone To Texas, Goins Book Research Reunion Nacogdoches, Texsa

Early Texas Redbone Families
The Hidden Stories of some remnant Redbone families:
A Tribal Memoir. GTT…Redbones, Gone To Texas!
Hosted by The Vernon Parish Historical & Genealogical Society
At The Vernon Parish Library
June 11th 10am – 1:00 Lunch will be served.
Everyone is welcome, and we hope to see you there!
A wealth of historical information presented tracing the Redbone People, who technically illiterate, but craftsmen of migration, militia, fur & Indian trade, settlement and assimilation:prolific and surviving.
Documenting their exoduses’ migrations: Pre Revolutionary War to Civil War Reconstruction, Texas.
Handouts for presentation, plus a copy of NML Spanish Land Claims & settlers.
Previous Versions Presented:
Redbone Heritage Foundation, 4th (2007) Annual Conference-Nacogdoches, Texas. Sponsored by Humanities Texas.
humanities texas
Legacy of Historical Oppression, East Texas Historical Association, Spring 2009, Paris-Clarksville, Texas.
GTT…Redbones…Gone To Texas! Vernon Parish Historical Society, Spring 2016, Leesville, Louisiana.
Presented by Stacy R. Webb
Featured in the chapter titled “They Were Other” in the book Carolina Genesis, Beyond The Color Line, edited by S. Withrow, Backintyme Publishing 2008.
Based on the forthcoming title, GTT…Redbones, Gone To Tejas!

Presented by Stacy R. Webb

Backintyme Publishing

www.backintyme.biz

What is the one-sentence synopsis of your presentation?

Little-known history of the Redbones exoduses’ to Louisiana and Couhiala y Tejas and the vital rolls they played in the settlement of the Louisiana Territory & The Republic of Texas.

What is the one-sentence synopsis of your presentation?

Little-known history of the Redbones exoduses’ to Louisiana and Couhiala y Tejas and the vital rolls they played in the settlement of the Louisiana Territory & The Republic of Texas.

 

Who or what inspired you to write this book?

Without a doubt, the more I research the Redbone People, the more I realize what a phenomenal people they are and what important and pivotal rolls they played in the development of America, technically illiterate, but craftsmen of migration, Indian trade, fur trapping, scouting, settlement and assimilation….prolific and surviving with a nomadic in spirit. We are preserving the heart and soul of our people within these pages. These stories are not ethnographic notes; they are stories that graced the landscape of American history. Not mere cast a ways or undesirables, but vital, loving families, who by circumstance were of Mixed Ethnic and cultural background, a historical revision and preservation of a Coyote’ intellect. My mission is to preserve the history, genealogy and genetic backgrounds and to document the Redbones past and most of all….set the records straight.

Biography

Stacy lives in Kentucky on a small rural tobacco, a 12th generation Texas born Redbone. Stacy was born in Victoria, Texas. Her father was in the refinery business and she grew up all over the world, including the United States. She developed an interest in genealogy at an early age, and has actively pursued researching her family genealogy, ethnic origins and tribal history, since the age of 12.  In the years since, she has researched and written extensively about her family’s ethnic heritage, mysterious origins, migrations and interrelated tribal genealogy. And, she has followed the science of genetic genealogy, since nearly its conceptual application to personal and tribal genealogy. The residing president and founding member of the Redbone Heritage Foundation, now known as Redbone Nation, part of MEHRA Publishing, (Multi Ethnic Historical Researchers Association). She is an author, editor, publisher, publicist and advocate of all ethnically challenged clans, tribes and groups of early America; most all related through blood ties. She is a database & electronic archivist and a genealogical archive special collections, including the People known as Redbone, Melungeon, Brass Ankles, Old Issues, Mulatto, Free “Other”, Free Sabines, Adeasano, Canary Islanders, Free People of Color, Creole, Gens de Libre’ and other remnant colonial era Amerindian tribes. Spanish Louisiana & Texas special archives. Natchez Trace Collection, The Mississippi Territorial Papers and Sam Houston Regional Library’s Jacob’s Collection.

A contributing essayist for the book Carolina Genesis, Beyond the Color Line edited by Scott Withrow, published by Backintyme Publishing, 2008. Recent projects include the television production “Who Do You Think You Are?” historical and genealogical research and DNA interpretation.

In 2014 she took over Backintyme Publishing, History of the U.S. Color Line from Dr. Frank & Mary Sweet.  Backintyme.biz published books include: Belles of the Creek Nation by Scott Sewell 2016; Republish and Updated Redbone Chronicles VOL1 Issue 1, 2016; Cherokee Paradox by Scott Sewell, 2016. Forthcoming Books from Backintyme include: Alabama State Recognized Tribes, The Yellow Hammer State by Scott Sewell; From Hill Town to Strieby, Margo Lee Williams (whose last book from Backintyme, Miles Lassiter, (circa 1777-1850): An Early African-American Quaker from Lassiter Mill, Randolph County, North Carolina: My Research Journey to Home a winner of a National Genealogical Book Choice of the Year, 2011); Breaking the House of Pamunkey, Lars Adams; Historic Hineston, republish by Don Marler edited by Carolyn Bales; The Goins Book, a Tribal Memoir Part 1; Neutral Zone, Backdoor to the United States a republish by Don Marler edited and updated by Stacy R. Webb; Drake Family Cousins, revised & updated edition, republish by James Ray Johnson.

She is a well-known social media activist with a wide range of interests, causes and topics. She is also a public speaker on a variety of books, issues and produces a Blog Talk Radio Show, Backintyme.biz, History of the U.S. Color Line. She is most especially keen to discovering her indigenous heritage and tribal ancestry and DNA study of human migrations of the world. She is currently on the advisory board of the Melungeon Heritage Association. She lives in Crofton, Kentucky with her father, and enjoys trail riding her horses. She publishes a local monthly newsletter “The Crofton Connection” as well as serves on the local Crofton Gordon Park Board.

The Goins Book Research Reunion

The Goins Book Research Reunion

© 2014: Backintyme Publishing | Easy Theme by: D5 Creation | Powered by: WordPress