Black Aboriginal and Indigenous People of the Americas
Maya Copan Honduras
Black Aboriginal and Indigenous Peoples of the Americas
Versus U.S. Government Designation of “Indian”
Post-Columbus Day Special:
Black Indians United Legal Defense and Education Fund, Inc.
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Christopher Columbus never set one foot on the soil of the U.S. mainland during his maiden voyage and initial foray into the “New World.“ Yet, the legacy of Columbus and his foreign misadventure lives in infamy among the Ethnic (Black) Native Peoples of the Americas. His utterance of the word “Indian” unleashed a torrent of controversy and centuries of continuing devastation upon ubiquitous Black Aboriginal and Indigenous inhabitants of mainland America (North America, Mexico, Central and South America) in addition to the Caribbean, Melanesia, Polynesia, Tasmania, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea and Australia based upon policies centered around restorative programs intended to benefit destroyed Aboriginals, Indigenous Peoples and descendants.
Adoption of disastrous policies for survivors with discriminatory laws and rules of access to benefits, protections and promises arising from various “Indian Treaties” amid a class struggle to define Columbus’ “Indian” inhabitants, subverted the original intent of documents drafted to legitimize previous Hostile Takeovers, Illegal Occupation, Grand Theft, Seizure of Mines, International Trade Infrastructures and the Natural Resources of Black Aboriginal and Indigenous Peoples.
The rightful inheritance of Black Aboriginal and Indigenous Peoples was misappropriated to create a tangled mess in gentrified takeovers by unintended beneficiaries, and/or equally yoked (non-Black) Aboriginals guided by “Federal Trustees. Yet, the main feature overall has been perpetual enslavement, uncompensated lifetime use and callous disregard of the descendants of Ethnic Aboriginal Peoples of the “Kingdoms of Africa” wherever they existed (as pronounced by the Bishop of Rome and Catholic Majesties) in the world, including the Americas.
It seems the overall plan of the Bishop of Rome, Columbus‘ Catholic Majesties of Spain and Portugal, France, even England through Foreign Representatives (from the outset, i.e. Lords Proprietors) was to reduce the position of Black Aboriginal Rulers (original inhabitants of the soil) to perpetually enslaved peasants, while beginning the process of converting the “idea” of Caucasian claim and ownership to Aboriginal Lands in the “New World’ realm by conversion of subject lands claimed through Royal Proclamations into Treaty (Contracts) demonstrating the purchase or exchange of goods, services (or other domains) for the purchase of “Real Estate,” meaning the actual soil of Aboriginal Lands.
What comes to mind (in untangling the miasma of mis-dealings) are the Carolinas and Louisiana, which the United States claims to have “purchased,” without benefiting the Black Indians of the Treaty-making Nations. Enslavement and poor treatment of the Low Country Aboriginals and Indigenous Peoples was Atakullakulla’s main complaint in the Carolinas. Plus, enslavement made Black Aboriginals both “Indians” and “Freedmen”.
Post-Columbian life has been pretty good for Caucasian descendants of the Catholic Majesties of Spain, France and England in the break-away European Democratic Republic known as the Americas, except for one thing, their constant fear of having to remit fair compensation to the descendants of Aboriginal, Indigenous and formerly enslaved Black Indian Peoples whose lands were “taken” to create and represent Caucasian wealth. All of the aforementioned African Ancestored Black Indian Peoples were ruined in the Caucasoid climb to the pinnacle of ultimate wealth in their position as beneficiaries of horrific crimes committed against African Ancestored humanity of all cultures.
Many Post-Columbian Caucasians realize that their ancestor’s “Purchase” of “Real Estate,” the soil of Aboriginal America came about through fancy foreign documents from Nations whose yoke they threw off themselves. They are fully aware that Black Aboriginal occupiers of the soil (and their descendants) never benefited from the “purchase“ of “Indian Lands“. Even uniquely “American” domestic Treaties continued the vicious-cycle of violating the Human Rights, Civil Rights and Treaty Rights of “entitled Black Aboriginal and Indigenous inhabitants of the Americas well-beyond the Colonial Era, particularly as specified by various Treaties, representing a serious “Breech of Contract the specter of which places America’s claim to the realm of Black Aboriginal and Indigenous Lands in peril.
By now you may be asking yourself how anyone can tell that Black Aboriginals occupied the domain at issue? Well, I can tell you that a preponderance of evidence supports claims that Black Aboriginal and Indigenous Black Cultures occupied the soil of the Americas. However, most people, including myself, are certainly not arrogant enough to suggest that “only” Black Aboriginal Cultures occupied the Americas. However, I am secure enough about the “preponderance of evidence“ to state that Black Aboriginal and Indigenous Peoples represented several eras of extremely archaic Cultures whose descendants remained firmly in control of their domain until the advent of European incursion in the Hemisphere, lasting through to the end of the Treaty-making era in North America (1871) and a significant remnant of those Black Aboriginals were counted, cataloged and listed from 1898 through 1907 (with additions by court decree until 1914). The Praying Indians (also phenotypic Black Indians) were taken on as a special project by the State of Massachusetts. A large contingent of that group were sent to the Greenbay Agency in Wisconsin.
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Black Aboriginal and Indigenous Peoples were also enslaved in the Americas, in most cases by Caucasians, and in other instances by “Indians”. Among the Black Aboriginal Cultures of the Kingdoms of Africa were ancient emigrants from Nubian Egypt, Ethiopia, Africa, Australia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and in some cases Black Hawaiians and Fijians, each emigrating onto the American Mainland and the Caribbean. Ethnic Aboriginal Cultures, like Guaycuru, Guaycura, Jaguay (Yaguay), Perico, Pericu, Diaguita, Dieguito, Pata (Patagonians), Mishong, Miraflores, Montevideo, Vera Cruz, Tlacochaca, Tlatacoya, La Pita, Arawak, Toledo, Carolina, Louisiana, Mardi (“Stono”), Vera Cruz, Chata, Chiriqui, Moors and numerous other Nations that became integral parts of the Great Tribes in North America (like the 5 Civilized Tribes) who should be benefiting equally from Treaties and fulfillment of continuing duties arising from their position as beneficiaries of the Treaties at issue.
Before getting into the particulars of the La Pita and “Mardi” Peoples, I want to encourage our nations of Peoples to take a closer look at a few aboriginal cultures held out in Euro-history as representing non-African Ancestored Aboriginal “Indians”. From that point, revisit American ownership of vast territories encompassing “Louisiana,” “Carolina,“ “La Florida” and other Black Aboriginal and Indigenous inhabited domains. On each and every Columbus day in the future, consider whether or not Christopher Columbus met the kin of the Black American Aboriginal “Mardi,” in Mardi Gras Haiti and Grenada on his trip through the Caribbean or even Chata and then decide if it is fair that denied access to Trust Fund monies derived from Mines, Leases and illegal expropriation of lands ceded by resident Tribes to “Black Indians and Freedmen” is equitable, fair or humane.
Egyptians and Ethiopians are descendants of the oldest known cultures in the world, subsequently, the entire continent containing their peoples has been referred to as Africa. The Peoples of Africa went forth and populated the world and through them, we may trace the origins of all peoples, including Aboriginals of the Americas and Black Ladinos, which is information that has been suppressed by the racialized super-structure of the Americas, and in particular, North America. Descendants of Aboriginal Peoples of the Americas, associated with Black Indians United Legal Defense and Education Fund, Inc. and Harvest Institute Freedmen Federation of Washington, D.C., fully acknowledge our ancient roots, but also contend that ancestral occupation on the continent of North, Central and South America makes (us) the descendants of Aboriginal and Indigenous Cultures of the Americas.
The following information represents merely a sample of data regarding many more Nations not mentioned in the present article.
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Who were/are the La Pita and “Mardi” Peoples? Answer: Black “Pita,” “La Pita“ and “Mardi” are the primary progenitors of Melanesia and Polynesia.
Original Pita arise from the following places;
Pita Angola (Pop. Place, Bengo)
Pita Congo (Pop. Place, Democratic Republic of the Congo)
Pita Ghana (Populated Place, Ghana)
Pita Guinea (Populated Place, Pita)
Pita Guinea (Populated Place, Dinguiraye)
Pita Nigeria (Populated Place, Nigeria)
Pitagalasso Mali (Pop. Place, Mali)
Pita Mozambique (Pop. Place, Gaza)
Pita Mozambique (Pop. Place, Sofala)
Pita Mulongoti Zambia (Pop. Place, Central)
Pita Niger (Pop. Place, (NG05)
Pita Uganda (Hill, Uganda)
Pita Chichi Solomon Islands (Pass, Solomon Islands)
Pita Papua New Guinea (Populated Place, East New Britain)
Pitangi Stream New Zealand (Stream, New Zealand)
Pita Cuba (Locality, La Habana)
Pita Cuba (Locality, Villa Clara)
Pita Dominican Republic (Populated Place, La Vega)
Pitanga Brazil (Pop. Place, Bahia)
Pitanga Brazil (Pop. Place, Ceara)
Pitanga Brazil (Pop. Place, Espirito Santo)
Pitanga Brazil (Pop. Place, Minas Gerais)
Pitanga Brazil (Pop. Place, Parana)
Pitangueira Brazil (Pop. Place, Mata Grosso do Sul)
Pitangueira Brazil (Pop. Place, Minas Gerais)
Pitangueiras Brazil (Pop. Place, Mata Grosso do Sul)
Pitangueiras Brazil (Parana)
Pitangueiras Brazil (Pop. Place, Rio Grande do Sul)
Pitangueiras Brazil (Pop. Place, Sao Paulo)
Pitangui Brazil (Pop. Place, Alagoas)
Pitangui Brazil (Pop. Place, Minas Gerais)
Pitangui Brazil (Pop. Place, Rio Grande do Norte)
Pita Pitani Loma Bolivia (Hill, Oruro)
Pitago Peru (Pop. Place, Lima)
Piagua Peru (Pop. Place, Ayacucho)
Pitahua Peru (Pop. Place, Ayacucho)
Pita Ecuador (Populated Place, Los Rios)
Pita Ecuador (Populated Place, Zamora-Chinchipe)
Pita Island Panama (Island, Colon)
Pita Panama (Island, Darien)
Pita Panama (Veraguas)
Piedras Negras Panama (Pop. Place, Veraguas): Lat: 8 1’ 59” Long: -81 13’ 0”
Pita Nicaragua (Pop. Place, Matagalpa)
Pita Arriba Colombia (Populated Place, Sucre) +Bolivar, Huila and Magdalena
Pita Camp Belize (Camp, Cayo)
Pita Mexico (Populated Place, Veracruz-Llave). Olmec Settlement
Pita Mexico (Populated Place, Queretaro de Arteaga). Olmec Settlement
Pita Mexico (Populated Place, San Luis Potosi)
Pita Mexico (Populated Place, Baja California Sur). Pericu Domain
Pitahava Mexico (Pop. Place, Veracruz-Llave). Olmec Settlement
Pitahayal Mexico (Pop. Place, Sinaloa)
Pita Mexico (Pop. Place, Queretaro de Arteaga). Olmec Settlement
Pita Mexico (Pop. Place, San Luis Potosi)
Pita Mexico (Pop. Place, Baja California Sur Pericu (Guaycura) Domain.
La Pita Mexico (pop. Place, Sonora). Pericu (Guaycura) Domain.
Piedra Baya Mexico (Pop. Place, Sonora). Pericu (Guaycura) Domain.
Pita Island Texas (Island)
Pita Camp Texas (Locale)
Pita Pasture Texas (Flat)
Pita Pens Texas (Locale)
*Pita Oil Field Texas (Oilfield)
La Pita Panama (Populated Place, Chiriqui):
Quebrada Negra Arriba Panama (Populated Place, Chiriqui)-Lat: 8 30’ 0” Long: -82 45’ 0”
La Pita del Yaya Panama (Pop. Place, Veraguas)
*Yaya Ben Medda Algeria
*Yaya Burkina Faso
La Pita Honduras (Pop. Place, Copan) Black Maya
La Pita Honduras (Pop. Place, Los Santos)
Australia Mexico (Pop. Place, Coahuila de Zaragoza): Lat: 26 19 0” Long: 102 19’ 0”
Piedras Negras Mexico (Pop. Place, Coahuila de Zaragoza): Lat: 28 42’ 0” Long: -100 34’ 0”
Ramos Arizpe Mexico (Pop. Place, Coahuila de Zaragosa): Lat: 25 33’ 0” Long: -100 58’ 0”
Quebrada Australia Colombia (Tolima): 3 55’ 9” Longitude: -75 41’ 17”
Quebrada Australacia Colombia (Stream, Antioquia): Lat: 7 23’ 53” Long: -75 1’ 22”
Quebrada Negra Colombia (Stream, Antioquia): Lat: 7 1’ 0” Long: -74 13’ 0”
Quebrada Australia Colombia (Stream, Tolima): Lat: 3 55’ 9 Long: -75 41’ 17”
Quebrada Chatana Colombia (Stream, Boyaca): 5 40’ 35” Long; -74 2’ 49”
Quebrada Chatanas Honduras (Stream, El Paraiso):
Quebrada Chatau Peru (Intermittant Stream, Lima): Lat: -13 4’ 0” Long: -75 43’ 59”
Quebrada Pitacancha Peru (Stream, Lima): Lat: -10 36’ 29” Long: -76 56’ 52”
Quebrada Chatola Bolivia (stream, Potosi): Lat: -21 34’ 59” Long: -67 31’ 0”
Chata Bolivia (Pop. Place, Oruro): Lat: -17 43’ 0” Long: -67 37’ 0”
Quebrada Chato Panama (Stream, Panama): Lat: 8 43’ 59” Long; -79 58’ 59”
Piedras Negras Peru (Populated Place, Arequipa): Lat: -15 33’ 11” Long: -73 38’ 47”
Piedras Negras Peru (Pop. Place, Piura): Lat: -4 37’ 3” Long: -80 2’ 25”
Nigeria Spawned Aboriginal Black Indians: Chata-Chatah
Chata Nigeria (Populated Place): Lat: 10 22’ 0” Long: 12 1’ 59”
Chata Brazil (Pop. Place, Pernambuco): Lat: -8 34’ 59” Long: -36 4’ 59”
Chata Peru (Pop. Place, Puno): Lat: -16 4’ 0” Long; -69 28’ 0”
Chata Bolivia (Pop. Place, Oruro): Lat: Lat: -17 43’ 0” Long: -67 37’ 0”
Chata India (Pop. Place, Jammu and Kashmir): Lat: 32 41’ 54” Long: 74 57’ 5”
Chata Danda India (Mountain, Orissa): 21 46’ 36” Long: 86 22’ 58”
Chata India (Pop. Place, West Bengal): Lat: 22 29’ 26” Long: 88 14’ 39”
Chata Araji Bangladesh (Pop. Place, Bangladesh): 22 43’ 0” Long: 90 19’ 0”
Chata Batta Pakistan (Pop. Place, North-West Frontier): 34 21’ 59” Long: 73 15’ 38”
North America Place Names: Chatahospee (Alabama), Chattahoochee (Georgia) and many more ancient settlements. In North America Chata were known by many names, the universally accepted name is officially “Choctaw”, an Anglicized spelling used on Treaty documents and other official papers. However, thankfully, America’s early Ethnologists, amid Tribal persistence regarding the matter, also documented numerous spellings based upon pronunciations. At all times, Choctaw were consistently known by the root forms; Chata, Chatah, Chatta, Chateau, Chacta, Chaca, Choca, and more importantly, “Chaco” in addition to Tuscaloosa, Tushkalusa and Alabama.
Root of Mardi Aboriginals
Mardi Chachame Tanzania (Plain, Tanzania)
Mardi Chad (Pop. Place, Chari-Baguirmi)
Mardi Gras Haiti (Pop. Place, Centre)
Mardi Gras Haiti (Pop. Place, Nord-Ouest)
Mardi Gras Haiti (Pop. Place, Ouest)
Mardigras Greneda (Pop. Place, Saint David)
Mardigras Greneda (Pop. Place, Saint George)
Mardi Island Australia (Island, Western Australia): Lat: -20 57’ 0” Long: 115 58’ 59”
Mardi Islet Australia (Island, Western Australia)
Lat: -20 57’ 0” Long: 115 58 59”
Mardie Australia (Farm, Western Australia)
Indian Bay Australia (Bay, Queensland)
Indian Bay South Carolina (Swamp): Lat 33 45’ 45” Long: -80 21’ 58”
Indian Bay Louisiana 30 11’ 31” Long: -93 16’ 22”
Deer Island Louisiana (Area): 30 16’ 11” Long: -89 39’ 46”
Deer Island Louisiana (Island): 29’ 28’ 52” Long: -91 15’ 47”
Australia Plantation (historical) Louisiana (Locale): Lat: 30 20’ 14” Long: -91 10’ 20” (54 miles distance between Deer Island Louisiana and Australia Plantation)
Australia Landing Louisiana (Locale): 30: 20’ 15” Long: -91 9’ 23”
Indian Bay Louisiana (Lake): 29 13’ 26” Long: -91 0’ 57” (77.2 miles from Australia Landing Louisiana)
Indian Beach Louisiana: 30 1’ 8” Long: -90 8’ 28” (located 64. 6 miles from Australia Landing Louisiana).
Indian Bend Louisiana: Lat: 29 53’ 18” Long: -91 31’ 35” (located 38.1 miles from Australia Landing Louisiana)
Australia Island Louisiana (Australia): Lat: 32 30’ 33” Long: -91 2’ 38”
Australia Island Number Onehundred and One Louisiana (Island)
Lat: 32 30’ 1” Long: -90 59’ 50”
Distance 149.3 miles 240.3 kilometers, 129.7 nautical miles from Australia Landing Louisiana.
Australia Gulch California (Valley)
Australia Gulch Colorado (Valley)
Australia Mine Colorado (Mine
Australia Gulch Montana (Valley)
Australia South Africa (Farm, Free State)
Australia Zimbabwe (Mine, Zimbabwe)
Tiara Zimbabwe (Mine, Zimbabwe)
Tatiara Creek Australia (Stream, South Australia)
Tiara Creek Australia:
Tiara Park Louisiana (Park)
Tiara Park Louisiana (Park): 30 1’ 12” Long: -90 6’ 24”
Australia Landing Louisiana (Locale): 30 20 15 Long: -91 9’ 23”
Monroe Argentina (Pop. Place, Buenos Aires)
Monroe Arkansas (Pop. Place)
Monroe Island Montana (Island)
Monroe Island Maine (Island)
Monroe Bay Alaska (Bay)
Monroe Bay Virginia (stream)
Monroe Branch Alabama (Stream)
Monroe Branch Mississippi)
Monroe Banch South Carolina (Stream)
Monroe Branch Tennessee (Stream)
Chaco Austral Argentina (Region, Argentina). Located in the Jujuy Province.
Chaco Central Argentina (region, Formosa). Located in the Jujuy Province.
(Area containing Tusca Argentina (Jujuy), Tusca Argentina (Santiago del Estero).
The word and name of the “Taino” Aboriginals derives from Ghana, Senegal, Madascar and Guinea and arises in the “New World” in South America, Central America, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea and Samoa.
Other places where Black Aboriginal Tainos also appeared, was; Haiti; Puerto Rico; Afghanistan; Italy; and Japan (Nagasaki).
Mattapany Plantation Maryland
Poco Sabo Plantation South Carolina
Sarazen Plantation Additional Locations:
Moorfield South Carolina
Indian Field South Carolina
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