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Created by The Core DJ's Jul 6, 2014 at 4:18pm. Last updated by The Core DJ's Jul 6, 2014.

6 Black Presidents BEFORE OBAMA (is Obama THE FIRST BLACK President) .. PLEASE DO YOUR HISTORY.

* 1. Thomas Jefferson the third elected president, who served two terms between 1801 and 1809 was described as the “son of a half-breed Indian squaw and a Virginia mulatto father,” as stated in Vaughn’s findings. Jefferson also was said to have destroyed all documentation attached to his mother, even going to extremes to seize letters written by his mother to other people. Only in recent years did the family of Thomas Jefferson acknowledged he was the father of the (5 or 6) children born to a slave on his plantation, Sally Hemmings.

* 2. President Andrew Jackson, the nation’s seventh president, was in office between 1829 and 1837. A renowned African-American historian J. A. Rogers, author of the “Five Black Presidents” wrote that Andrew Jackson Sr. died before his son, President Andrew Jackson Jr., was born. The president’s mother then went to live on the Crawford farm, where there were Negro slaves and one of these men was Andrew Jr.’s father, Rogers wrote. Vaughn cites an article written in The Virginia Magazine of History that Jackson was the son of an Irish woman who married a black man. The magazine also stated that Jackson’s oldest brother had been sold as a slave.

* 3. Abraham Lincoln, the nation’s 16th president, served between 1861 and 1865. Author Vaughn, states Lincoln had very dark skin and coarse hair and his mother allegedly came from an Ethiopian tribe. His heritage fueled so much controversy that Lincoln was nicknamed “Abraham Africanus the First” by his presidential opponents and cartoons were drawn depicting him as a Negro. In a book, titled “The Hidden Lincoln” written by William Herndon, Lincoln’s law-office partner, said that Lincoln’s father of record, Thomas Lincoln, could not have been Lincoln’s father because he was sterile from childhood mumps and later was castrated.

* 4. President Warren Harding, the 29th president, in office between 1921 and 1923, apparently never denied his ancestry. According to Vaughn, William Chancellor, a professor of economics and politics at Wooster College in Ohio, wrote a book on the Harding family genealogy. Evidently, Harding had black ancestors between both sets of parents. Chancellor also said that Harding attended Iberia College, a school founded to educate fugitive slaves. Professor Chancellor says the Justice Department agents allegedly bought and destroyed all copies of this book. Harding suffered nervous breakdowns at the age of 24 and had to spend some time in a sanitarium. Between 1889 and 1901, Harding paid five “protracted” visits to the J. P. Kellogg sanitarium in Battle Creek, Michigan “to recover from fatigue, overstrain, and nervous illnesses.” Some speculate his illness was due to the pressure of not fully disclosing his black heritage and living as “white”.\

* 5. Calvin Coolidge, the nation’s 30th president, served between 1923 and 1929 and supposedly was proud of his heritage. He claimed his mother was dark because of mixed Indian ancestry. This notion was disputed by Auset Bakhufu, author of “The Six Black Presidents” who said in her book that by the 1800s, the New England Indians hardly were pure Indian, because they had mixed so often with blacks. Coolidge’s mother’s maiden name was “Moor” and in Europe the name “Moor” was given to all blacks just as “Negro” was used in America. It later was concluded that Coolidge was part black.

* 6. The last elected “black” president was Dwight David Eisenhower who served from 1953 to 1961, the 34th president. Eisenhower’s mother, Ida Elizabeth Stover was a mullato woman making Eisenhower part black. Eisenhower as president moved military integration from a law to reality. He battered Arkansas Gov. Orval Faubus with federal force to desegregate Little Rock’s Central High School. He was the first President to elevate an African- American to an executive position in the White House. He established the first regulations to prohibit racial discrimination in the federal workforce. He was the first President since Reconstruction to meet with Civil Rights leaders in the White House. He helped turn Washington, D.C., into an integrated

well ..??



What they wanted you to see ..

the REAL John Hanson

Parents Of John Hanson ...

One Swedish, One BLACK ....

Although there are those that do not believe what is before them and available to them on the Library of Congress website and would have you believe that John Hanson was a Swedish gentleman. The Library of Congress will inform you otherwise. He Was a Moor. You may visit his portrait, letters to General Washington (prior to George Washington becoming a U.S. President) and letters to the French on

In life we have options to believe, disbelieve or investigate. I've personally chose the latter thereof, in regards to John Hanson. Throughout my quest for political awareness that far surpasses the limited knowledge to which the media and government agencies afford me, I've found astonishing information. My source for these discoveries begin with the Library of Congress (

We've been conditioned to believe the presidents of the United States of America began with George Washington, right? Well, here are a few queries for you...

1) Who made Washington President?
2) Who promoted General Washington into political office?
3) What was the governing authority prior to the U.S. Constitution?
4) What type of unifying government was in place during the revolutionary war?

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Comment by DJ QUEST on February 16, 2009 at 7:36pm
good read
Comment by DJ SHAWNEY on February 16, 2009 at 3:12am
Comment by AZONA THA-PRODUCER-SLA-YER on February 13, 2009 at 6:02pm
thanks for the info.
Comment by Lady Tempo on February 13, 2009 at 12:38am
Good Stuff T.Neal. This has to be my fav post thus far. This is DEEP, and I'm doing my homework assignment on these questions. I appreciate history more as an adult than I did in school. Thanks for posting.
Comment by DJ YUNGRED on February 11, 2009 at 8:31pm
My mother told me that
Comment by POOH HEFF on February 10, 2009 at 10:42pm
i learned that 15 years ago. The intriguing thing though, those presidents never admitted their ethnicity it was founded by writers and historians. Did any of these presidents have pigmentation of an African? bone structure of an African? I agree whit you Tony about Hansen though there's no paperwork officially about him, but If the question was asked " Do we have our first visible black president?"
Comment by Harrison D. Kern on February 4, 2009 at 6:45pm
The Truth Shall Set You Free!......Free is A Great Thing!
Comment by DJ Dazinaframediva on February 2, 2009 at 4:53pm
Comment by tandee on January 22, 2009 at 10:52pm
Yeah ... i know ...learned this many years ago.

There are VERY few 100% Blacks these days ...ANYWHERE . Especially in America.
Something I personally is very sad about.
Comment by NEWORLEANS on January 20, 2009 at 1:09am

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