Resources & Research.

      Spanish
British
Scots

       (all following titles are available in the Baker Block Museum Research Library)
      French

DISCOUVERTES et ESTABLISSEMENTS, des FRANCAIS, 1614-1684
DISCOUVERTES et ESTABLISSEMENTS, des FRANCAIS, 1614-1754
DISCOUVERTES et ESTABLISSEMENTS, des FRANCAIS, 1678-1685
DISCOUVERTES et ESTABLISSEMENTS, des FRANCAIS, 1694-1703
THE MEMOIRE JUSTIFICATIF OF THE CHEVALIER MONTAULT de MOMBERANT, Milo Howard, Jr., and Robert R, Rea
BELANDVLLE, A FRENCH-CANADIAN COLONY IN WEST FLORIDA, Laura Lee Scott
(above resources are available in the Baker Block Museum Research Library)

Mixed Blood Peoples

     From the museum's perspective, all mixed blood peoples have cause to celebrate the best of their heritage and culture without fear of the disdain or pejorative views of others. We respect and welcome them as part of the fabric of the self-defined people of our nation.  Some of these groups include the Dominickers (Florida panhandle), Cajans (Mobile and Washington counties in Alabama--not the better known Cajuns of Louisiana), the Dead Lake People (Gulf and Calhoun counties in Florida), Redbones (Rapides and Vernon parishes in Louisiana), among many others.  If you would like to add a group or more information please email our Curator at bakermuseum@aol.com

Dominickers
Melungeon
Red Bones


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