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Legacy & Identity: Goins Book

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Hosted this week by Stacy R. Webb, discussing new DNA FB group, news new discoveries for the Nancy Johnson Gowans League and Labor 1934 Law Suit naming 97 previously undocumented heirs. We will be discussing the heirs mentioned and relatives at Sam Houston's Grand Cane Plantation (Talihana Rogers Cherokee Settlement) later known as Ironwood, and now Clark Texas in Liberty Co. Family included : Stephen Breakinridge, Thomas, Sarah, Anne, Araminta, and a William not named on Thomas Goins 1826 will filed Lafayette Parish, La.  Newly discovered brother for Thomas and children who belonged to Nancy, but were not obviously also the children of Thomas Goins d. 1826 Lafayette Parish, La.

Goins Book, new  discoveries concerning Wm Billy Powell, Jr. better known as the resistence leader of the Seminole Indians, Osceola, his family and newly discovered nephew Oceola, Nikkanochee "Prince of Econchatti son of Econchatti-Mico, King of the Red Hills, In Florida" sometimes confused with his Uncle. After his uncles death, now an orphan the son of great leader  who, after his death at Fort Moultrie was adopted by a philanthropist and taken to England for his safety. The family also sponsored the great painter Caitlin, who painted 100s of portraits of famous Indians. Little Nikkanochee who spent everday at the New Egyptian Museum in London studying the portraits of his family and kinsmen.

Guest: Kevin Slaten who will discuss his Redbone heritage and his master's in American History.