In another generation the original Negro type returns.
Not so with the Indian
An Indian father and a Mestiza mother produce the MIestizo-claro-often a handsome specimen of the human animal.
But Indian blood appears to mix imperfectly with Black.
is a lanky and ungainly fellow, and his half-brother, the Zambo, is uglier still.
Nature, one imagines, never meant these families to mix. A breed so droll in figure and complexion as the Zambo imps who sprawl and wallow in these ruts is hardly to be matched on earth.
Yet these ugly creatures are said to be prolific.
Every cabin in Caddo
shows a brood of imps; and if the new school of ethnologists are right, they may increase more rapidly than the ordinary Blacks.
What sort of mongrels shall we find at Caddo
in a hundred years? If she is left alone, Caddo
may yield a family on the pattern of Los Angelos
and San Jose
, and give a line of heroes like Tiburcio Vasquez to the ranch men of Red River
and Limestone Gap
, then, we have some means of studying the two questions of Colour and Servitude in