Education and Schools

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Woods, Ruth Dial. “Growing up red: the Lumbee experience.” Diss. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2001. 222 p.


Sider, Gerald M. Lumbee Indian histories: Race, ethnicity and Indian identity in the Southern United States.


Dial, Adolph L. The Lumbee. Indians of North America. New York : Chelsea House, 1993. 112 p. Key source


1987 North Carolina Session Laws ch. 605, “An Act to Merge All of the School Administrative Units in Robeson County, Subject to a Referendum.” 13 July 1987.


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.


Chavis, Ben.  “The Teacher-Student Relationships as Perceived by Lumbee Indians.”  Diss.  U of Arizona, 1986.


Barton, Bruce. “Robeson County Indian Migration to the Claxton, Georgia Area.” Unpublished typescript. Dec. 1985. 300p. [IERC]


494.     Barkley, Key L.  “Inter- and Intra-Group Levels of Esteem among Three Ethnic Groups.”  Journal of Negro Education 54.1 (1985): 56-70.


McMahan, Eva M. “Lumbee Soundings: Voices of the Past.” [Script for a 30-minute videotape.] Lumberton: Robeson County Compensatory Indian Education Project, 31 May 1984. 18 p.


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.


White, Jack Chapman.  “American Indian Youth Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Prevention Project.”  Diss.  Union for Experimenting Colleges and Universities, 1982.


Public Policy and Native Americans in North Carolina: Issues for the ’80’s.  Ed. Susan M. Presti.  Raleigh: North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research, 1981.


Sampson, Nancy Morgan.  “A Study of the Self-Concepts of Black, White, and Indian Students, Grades Three through Twelve, Living in an Urban and a Rural Setting.”  Diss.  New York U, 1980.


The Indians of Robeson County: A People Proud and Free. Videotape series. Lumberton: Robeson County Compensatory Indian Education Project, 1979? [IERC]


United Native Instruction to Youth: An Indian Studies Curriculum for Grades K-5 and 8-9. Developed by Title IV Part A, Robeson County Compensatory Indian Eduction Project and Robeson County Board of Education. 1979. [IERC] [PSU-MLL] Also ERIC ED 219 214.


American Indian Policy Review Commission.  “Public Hearing.”  Pembroke, April 16 and 17, 1976.  Fayetteville, NC: Worth Reporting Co., 1976.


Nawrozki, Joe. “Baltimore’s Forgotten Indians.” Baltimore News-American 19 Oct. 1975.


Tilley, Greta. “Indians’ Image Barrier in School.” Greensboro Record 3 July 1975: B1.


Smith, W. “Anti-Indian Bias Found.” News and Observer [Raleigh, NC] 18 Sept. 1974: 21.


Peck, John Gregory. Education of Urban Indians: Lumbee Indians in Baltimore. (National Study of American Indian Education, Series II, no. 3.) Washington: Office of Education, Bureau of Research, Aug. 1969. ERIC ED 039 977


Amanullah, Mohammod. “The Lumbee Indians: Patterns of Adjustment.” Toward Economic Development for Native American Communities: A Compendium of Papers. Vol. 1, Part 1: Development Prospects and Problems. U.S. Congress. Subcomm. on Economy in Government. Joint Economic Committee. 1969. Pp. 277-98. [PSU-MLL]


Johnson, Guy Benton. “An Institutional Sketch of the Robeson County Indian Community.” 1951? 22p. Included in entry 468.


Johnson, Guy Benton.  “An Institutional Sketch of the Robeson County Indian Community.”  1951?  22p.  [Included in entry 468.]


Ater, Elma Louise.  "A Historical Study of the Singing Conventions of the Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina." Thesis.  Ohio State U, 1943.


Oxendine, Clifton. "A Social and Economic History of the Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina." Thesis. George Peabody College for Teachers, 1934.