The Patriarchy of White American Slave Owners: Family and Kinship with Black, Negro, and Colored Americans in the U.S.A. South provides the scientific certainty that during the U.S.A. "domestic slave era", 1807-65, (the U.S.A.'s second slave era) the systemic patriarchy and the fatherhood practices of the White American slave owners of the U.S.A. South produced, fathered, over 10,000,000 Black, Negro, and Colored American children. During the same time, these same slave owners fathered over 5,000,000 White American children. This book's scientific certainty verifies all these White, Black, Negro, and Colored American children were brothers and sisters to each other. Siblings! The South's White American slave owners were the fathers of all these children. Traditionally, the primary method used by the White American slave owners to distinguish among their own children to buy and to sell was skin color distinctions. Historically, those slave owners' decisions of skin color exemplify the origin of white racism in the U.S.A. These White American slave owners and all their children constituted various White, Black, Negro, and Colored American families in the South. The relations between and among all their children constituted their kinships in the South.