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redbone

(ˈrɛdˌbəʊn)
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(Animals) an American dog with red- or tan- coloured fur
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Noun1.redbone - a speedy red or red-and-tan American hound
hound, hound dog - any of several breeds of dog used for hunting typically having large drooping ears
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Some of the breeds of dogs used for raccoon hunting are Blueticks, Redbones, Black and Tans, and Beagles, although other breeds can do the job.
The labels "brown sugar" and "redbones" are examples of skin color representations in the African-American community.
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Yet groups that don't quite fit either mold have been living in the South for centuries, often in isolated communities: the Melungeons of Tennessee, the Turks of Sumter County, South Carolina, the Guineas of West Virginia, the Issues of Virginia, the Cubans of North Carolina, and the Redbones of Louisiana and South Carolina, among others.
Instead, it brought them in like 'coon scent turns a pack of Georgia redbones.
They were redbones, blueticks, Walkers, and bloodhounds.
May 14 with the 11th annual Bike Party and Benefit at Redbones restaurant at 55 Chester St., Somerville.
Her recent case study on skin color politics entitled "Pretty Color 'n Good Hair: Creole Women of New Orleans and the Politics of Identity" will be published as a chapter in the forthcoming volume Blackberries and Redbones: Critical Articulations of Black Hair/Body Politics in Africana Communities edited by Regina Spellers and Kimberly Moffitt.