What was an Atlantic creole?
Atlantic Creole is a word utilized in North America to define a multiracial cultural group of Americans who have familial origins in Europe, Africa, and the Caribbean. These individuals are ethnically American and are the posterities of a Charter Generation of slaves and bonded employees during the European imperialism of the Americas before 1660. A few had subsisted and labored in Europe or the Caribbean before coming or being conveyed to North America. Instances of such people comprised Emanuel Driggus and John Punch.