New Braunfels, TX
My father is Irish, my mother is a Blackfoot Indian. They were married in the fifties and were never mistreated.
My Filipino grandfather married a full Yupik Eskimo. My half Yupik/Filipino mom married a Polish/Irish guy from Brooklyn. My daughter has almost strawberry blonde hair and blue eyes, while I have almost her black hair, brown eyes, and an olive complexion. It was only weird when a nurse asked if my daughter was really mine.
Same here, well I’m red haired and freckeled but same difference, two of my grandparents/great grandparents were born on Indian Reservations, I am of English, Scottish and Irish desent from my European ancestors and Cherokee and Choctaw from my Native American ancestors, does that make me white, native, other or just a true American someone whos ancestors come form both the old and new world?
Viva la Heinz 57! What’s in your bottle?
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