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Working on the Bare Stone Ranch, Kinchlow became acquainted with Captain Leander Mc Nelly and, at nineteen became a guide for Mc Nelly working without pay.

So began the Texas Ranger life of the earliest known African American with the Special Force or Mc Nelly’s Rangers.

After the Texas Revolution, the new Republic legalized slavery and free African Americans were at risk of being sold back into slavery.

Ben’s mother, Lizaar Moore, a half-white slave woman obtained her freedom from Sandy Moore, in Wharton County and in 1847 with one year old Ben and her other son journeyed to Mexico.

Born John Thomas to Cuban and Puerto Rican parents on September 30, 1928 in Harlem, Thomas spent the first years of his life in extreme poverty.

His father lost his job during the Great Depression and worked on public relief.

As of this writing, other biographies of Hutton do not acknowledge her black heritage.

Hutton was born Odessa Cowan at her parents' home in Chicago, Illinois on March 13, 1916.

Her family occasionally appeared in the society pages of a black newspaper.Her mother, Marvel (Williams) Cowan, was a newlywed housewife, married to Odie Cowan, a salesman.By the time Odessa was three years old, she and her mother were living with her maternal grandmother, and her step-grandfather, a dining car waiter for a railroad.US Census 1930; Census Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois; Roll: 419; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 85; Image: 53.0; Nora Douglas Holt, “Dancing Dolls a Success,” The Chicago Defender (July 14, 1923, p. Mc Gee, Some Liked It Hot: Jazz Women in Film and Television, 1928-1955 (Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 2009).

Author and activist Piri Thomas became one of the first Americans of Puerto Rican descent to win literary acclaim when he published his 1967 memoir Down These Mean Streets.

He also befriended African Americans, and began to grapple with the racial status society imposed on him.