Blood quantum

Record Number Citation

Trapani, William. “Re/cognizing Native American sovereignty in an age of manifest manners.” Journal of Law in Society 3 (Winter 2002): 1-29. 10,529 words


Blu, Karen I. “5. Region and recognition: Southern Indians, anthropologists, and presumed biology.” In: Anthropologists and Indians in the new South. Ed. Rachel A. Bonney and J. Anthony Paredes. Tuscaloosa: Alabama UP, 2001. Pages 71-85; notes on pages 238-240. Key source


Brownell, Margo S. “Note: Who is an Indian? Searching for an answer to the question at the core of federal Indian law.” University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 34 (Fall 2000/Winter 2001): 275- . 25,123 words.


Savilla, Elmer M. “A view from the East: Who should cast stones at the Lumbee Nation?” Indian Country today (Lakota Times) 8.10 (September 6, 1988): 5.


Lumbee River Legal Services. The Lumbee Petition.  Prepared in cooperation with the Lumbee Tribal Enrollment Office.  Julian T. Pierce and Cynthia Hunt-Locklear, authors.  Jack Campisi and Wesley White, consultants.  Pembroke, NC: Lumbee River Legal Services, 1987.


Wilkins, David Eugene.  “An Analysis of Colonial, State, and Federal ‘Definitions of Indian’.”  Thesis.  U of Arizona, 1982.


Doster, Woody.  “Lumbees Must Organize to Get Slice of BIA Budget.”  Greensboro Daily News 17 May 1973: D9.


Seltzer, Carl C.  “Report on the Racial Status of Robeson County Indians.”  30 June 1936.  National Archives and Records Admin., Washington, DC.  Record Group 75, Entry 616, Applications and other records relating to registration under the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934, North Carolina.