Barton, Bruce. An Indian manifesto: Bruce Barton’s The best of—As I see it: The sometimes irreverent but always honest columns as they appeared in the “Carolina Indian Voice” newspaper over the last ten years by Bruce Barton, editor; with some “Musings” by Ol’ Reasonable Locklear. A special ten year anniversary edition, 1973-1983. Pembroke, NC: The Carolina Indian Voice, 1983.
Reprints 132 installments of “As I See It ” and 19 of “Musings.” Topics range widely, but many entries deal with double voting, Old Main, county schools, politics, Indians in the criminal justice system, and relations between Pembroke State University (now UNC-Pembroke) and the town of Pembroke. Entries on individuals include Henry Berry Lowry, Adolph Dial, D. F. Lowry, English Jones, Dexter Brooks, Janie Maynor Locklear, Bob Mangum, Joy Johnson, Jim Chavis, Carnell Locklear, and Glenn Maynor.
This book was digitized, with permission of the author, by Appalachian State University Library.