is a name for people of "mixed-race" origins who currently claim descent from the Piscataway Native American
population in Charles County
. Many people, particularly with the surnames Proctor, Newman, Savoy, Queen, Butler, Thompson, Swann, Gray and Harley, claim that heritage. Their appearance suggests a mixture of European, Native American and African-American
A local joke by some members of the present day Piscataway nation is that the proper name of the tribe is "Wesorts" - as in "we sorts of Mulattos, we sorts of Indian." Wayne Karlin's novel The Wished For Country fictionalizes the origins of the We-Sorts.