16) Beard had written that after Louverture had been promoted to "general of division" in the French army, Rigaud, "the champion of the mulattoes
While discourses on conjoined twins and tragic mulattoes
have both suggested these groups are fusion monsters on physical, psychological, and ontological grounds, the monster in The Thing with Two Heads combines both of these kinds of fusion monsters.
10) Consequently, hybridism was described as "heinous," and mulattoes
became a "spurious" issue requiring legal regulation.
The advantages of being white were so obvious that race prejudice against the Negroes permeated the minds of the Mulattoes
who so bitterly resented the same thing from the whites.
Below, I will consider two 1912 novels that address the position of mulattoes
in the early twentieth century.
Another reduction on African and Afro-Hispano liberties came in 1577 with a decree that free Blacks and mulattoes
should live with known employers, which would facilitate the payment of tribute and keep African descendants under control.
Toms, Coons, Mulattoes
, Mammies, and Bucks (Bogle, Continuum Publishing co.
Rejected by educated blacks and mulattoes
, the idea was nevertheless hailed - as are many extreme nationalistic appeals - by the destitute or disillusioned.
When my own newspaper sponsored the play Flyin' West by Pearl Cleage, for instance, I bypassed an opportunity to vent my rage at the negative stereotypes of mulattoes
that she perpetuated in the play.
Indicative of his business skills-and representative of all those mulattoes
who ran both ante- and postbellum businesses-Mayzek increased the value of his estate during the war and immediate postwar years and by 1870 possessed $700 in property.
In that state, one clerk rewrote history by simply categorizing people as black, white or mulatto, Griffith says, and "you will find that a great many of those listed as mulattoes
were Native American.
Both the defeated mulattoes
and disaffected whites had converged on the government of France which by now was headed by the European hero, Napoleon Bonaparte.