Transracial, Transtribal, International or Transcultural Adoption or Fostering, pg 2

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Agbabi, Patience,  Åhlstad, Simon, Amo, Anton Wilhelm, Amonortais (under God's Wife), Andrews, Ben, Apess, William, Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children, Bálint, Lea, Batley, Robert Thompson (under Honorific Adoption), Bemo, John, Black, Pauline, Bonaly, Surya, Boone, Daniel (under Honorific Adoption), Brown, Mick, Burnum, Burnum, Caddell, James, Cain, Dean George Thomas, Caines, Michael, Canadian Native Children, Capitein, Jacobus, Captives, Carver, George Washington, Charbonneau, Jean Baptiste, Child Migrants, Chisholm, Colin, Choi Yong Sul, Clare, Monica, Clitus Niger, Cockenoe, Colden, Cadwallader, Coolidge, Sherman, Cugoano, Ottobah, Davidson, Tommy, Davis, John, Diamond, Jeff, Divine, David, Dodson, Michael, Dodson, Patrick, Douglass, Frederick, Duleep Singh (under India - Princely States: 5), Equiano, Olaudah, Estés, Clarissa Pinkola, Fashanu, John, Fashanu, Justinius Sonny, Fish, Laura, Fowler, Percy Leo, Frampton, Phil, Francisco, Peter, Fremstad, Olive, Goolagong-Cawley, Evonne Fay, Gorham, Clare, Griffis, Joseph, Gülnüs Ummetüllah, Hannibal, Abram Petrovich, Haynes, Lemuel, Head, Bessie, Honorific Adoption, Hoo-moo-thy-ah, Houston, Samuel, Jackson, Henry, Jagamarra, Malcolm, Janissaries, Jumping Bull, Kay, Jackie, Kinder der Landstraße, Kindertransport, Langston, John Mercer, Lee, George Patrick, Lehmann, Henry, Little Richard, Little Sun, Roy, Long Lance, Buffalo Child, Louganis, Gregory E., Mabon Mab Modron, March, Naomi (Nimmy), Mariner, William, Mason, Sophia Thomas, Masters, Tom, McRobbie, Narelle, Melville, Herman, Meyer, Julius, Minik, Mo Keen, Loki, Montezuma, Carlos, Morcom, Luke Sidney, Moriarty, John, Mortara, Edgardo, Moses, Nanbaree, Native American and Alaskan Native Children, Nazi Germany, O'Brien, Daniel Dion, O'Connell, James F., Omahuru, Ngatau, Pascale, Lorraine, Perrott, Caroline, Powell, Peter John, Quinn, Phil, Rabbit Boy, Radisson, Pierre-Esprit, Rajaram II Raje Bhonsle (under India - Princely States: 1), Richardson, Anna Ryder, Roach, Archie, Rosnes, Renee, Rowell, Victoria, Sainte-Marie, Buffy, Sancho, Ignatius, Schad, Brenda, Schweig, Eric, Scott, George, Seal, Shabbona, Shenandoah, Sherrin, Scott, Shin, Paull H., Sissay, Lemn, Slaves, Slocum, Frances, Smith, Venture, Stokes, Richard, Sudbury, Julia, Tall Mountain, Mary, Te Waharoa, Transportees, Tyson, Mike G., Valero, Helena, Vander-Kuyp, Kyle, Vanunu, Mordechai, Ward, Glenyse, Wark, Betty, Webster, Tumoana, Wheatley, Phillis, Whitbread, Fatima, Wiles, Terry, Wright, Allen, Ystumllyn, John,

Black, Pauline

Black's birth mother was a teenage secretary, Jewish, and her father was a Nigerian prince, Oladosu Adenle. She was born Belinda Magnus and because her parents were unmarried her mother was... [more]

Bonaly, Surya

Bonaly, born in Nice (but some sources say on Réunion Island), was adopted by a white French family. She began ice skating aged 10, but was already a trampoline champion (she won the world ... [more]

Boone, Daniel (under Honorific Adoption)

It is not unusual for adults to be adopted as honorary members of a family, clan or tribe. There are two main types. One is the publicity-stunt adoption of politicians, usually western l... [more]

Brown, Mick

Brown's birth mother died of TB when he was a baby of seven months and he was informally fostered in Auckland by a white woman and her daughter, in a loving family. He knew his elderly birt... [more]

Burnum, Burnum

Burnum was born Harry Penrith (he took an Aboriginal name after his great grandfather in 1976) into a nomadic Aboriginal family at Wallaga Lake, New South Wales. When his mother died soon a... [more]

Caddell, James

Caddell was an English cabin-boy on a sealing ship, the Sydney Cove, in Foveaux Strait, between Stewart Island and the South Island of New Zealand, when he was captured by the local Maori p... [more]

Cain, Dean George Thomas

Cain's birth-father is Japanese-Irish and his mother is white; he identifies himself as Japanese, but has never had any contact with his father. His parents were divorced before he was b... [more]

Caines, Michael

Caines is a transracial adoptee, born in Jamaica and raised in Exeter. He was trained as a chef by Raymond Blanc. In 1994 he lost his right arm in a car accident, but with hard work, dedica... [more]

Canadian Native Children

Canadian Native Children were, as were Native American and Alaskan Native Children , and Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children , routinely rounded up and taken away fr... [more]

Capitein, Jacobus

Capitein was a former slave brought to the Netherlands by a Dutch ship captain. In Leiden he attended school, learned several European languages and in 1742 he became a clergyman after theo... [more]

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