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Definition[ edit ] The term has had various meanings according to locality, mostly implying multiracial people. In Louisiana, the Redbone cultural group consists mainly of the families of migrants to the state following the Louisiana Purchase in These individuals may have ancestral ties to the Melungeons. The term "Redbone" became disfavored as it was a pejorative nickname applied by others;[ citation needed ] however, in the past 30 years, the term has begun to be used as the preferred description for some creole groups, including the Louisiana Redbones. This area is roughly coextensive with what was once known as the Neutral Ground or Sabine Free Lzkean area of disputed sovereignty from to that was primarily bound on the east by the Calcasieu River and the Sabine River laje the west. A review of newspaper articles, land grants, census records and other documents referring to the Redbones indicates that the main settlements of Redbones to southwestern and south central Louisiana and southeastern Texas took place over the course of escor years, [3] although some members of Redbone families charls noted as settling in the Neutral Ground before when the land was finally and officially considered part of the United States.

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Definition[ edit ] The term has had various meanings according to locality, mostly implying multiracial people.

In Louisiana, the Redbone cultural group consists mainly of the families of migrants to the state following the Louisiana Purchase in These individuals may have ancestral ties to the Melungeons. The term "Redbone" became disfavored as it was a pejorative nickname applied by others;[ citation needed ] however, in the past 30 years, the term has begun to be used as the preferred description for some creole groups, including the Louisiana Redbones.

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This area is roughly coextensive with what was once known as the Neutral Ground or Sabine Free Statean area of disputed sovereignty from to that was primarily bound on the east by the Calcasieu River and the Sabine River on the west. A review of newspaper articles, land grants, census records and other documents referring to the Redbones indicates that the main settlements of Redbones to southwestern and south central Louisiana and southeastern Texas took place over the course of many years, [3] although some members of Redbone families are noted as settling in the Neutral Ground before when the land was finally and officially considered part of the United States.

C many years ago Members of this community were referred to as "Ten Milers" braeback [8] or as "Red Bones. A second community was along Bearhead creek in what is now Beauregard Parish.

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In the frontier of Southwestern Louisiana, the settlers successfully resisted classification as non-white. In andseveral of the members of the Redbone community were indicted for illegal voting on the charge barebakc they were of color rather than white.

The state court found them all not guilty, thus establishing that the Redbone community would be legally considered white in the state of Louisiana. Two incidents of violence in Louisiana are particularly notable, one due to the statement of Webster Talma Crawford and one due to amount of newspaper coverage the incident received.

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According to the Crawfordfriction between the more recent settlers and the Redbones had been simmering for much of the month before exploding into a fight that involved several families in the community and ended in the chharles down of a store owned by some of the recent non-Redbone settlers. This battle also occurred due to similar tensions between Redbone and more recent, non-Redbone settlers.

It left six men dead and several others wounded. Ashworth was bound over for trial and his bond was paid by his cousin Sam Ashworth. Sam and a friend met the deputy sheriff Samuel Deputy who had arrested Clark on these charges and challenged him to a gun fight.

The deputy sheriff arrested Sam Ashworth on the charges of abusive language from Negroes. Justice of the Peace A.

Reading ruled that Sam Ashworth was a mulatto and not exclusively black, but neither was he white. Reading then sentenced Ashworth to barebcak lashes on the bare back. The sheriff, Edward C.

Glover, who was friendly to members of the Redbone community, allowed Escott to escape before sentence could be carried out. Sam Ashworth and his cousin, Jack Bunch, then murdered deputy sheriff Samuel Deputy as he crossed a river with his friend A.

Sheriff Glover organized a posse to hunt for Ashworth but only included Glover's and Ashworth's friends. The posse did not find the wanted men. Thereafter, other attempts were made to find Ashworth and Bunch that were not successful. In the aftermath of this incident, members of the Redbone community in Orange County were harassed; their homes and businesses were burned and plundered.

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Many living in Orange County moved to Louisiana. Over the coming weeks, a war raged between two groups. Those in support of Glover and the Redbones became known as "regulators" while those who supported Merriman became known as "moderators. It is incidents such as these that may have cemented the non-Redbone view of this population as being both clannish and violent; however, a close reading of the incidents reveals that the tensions causing the fights arose primarily due to the prejudices of the non-Redbone settlers.

The census records from the early to late 19th century list many non-Redbone families settling in the same regions as the Redbones, [21] and these settlers, from the evidence of the records, lived peacefully with members of the Redbone families, even, in many cases, marrying into Redbone families. Additionally, according to the marriage and census records, individuals who were from these families married either other members of the Redbone community or individuals who were listed in the census records as white and not members of the Redbone community.