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It is probably more a matter of coincidence than significance, but Ela Athena is connected with both of Cerreto's parents, having Claude as her sire's maternal grandsire and Crenelle as her dam's third dam.
Haddox is shrewd to begin with Les Crenelles, for, as he points out, the connection between the church and miscegenation would continue to circulate well into the twentieth century.
Alice Dunbar-Nelson, sharing the mixed-race ancestry of the gens de couleur libres, reaffirms the Les Crenelles poets' connection of the church and mixed-race individuals, but she critiques it.