Hamilton McMillan

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McKay, Arnold A.  “Nobody Knows Anything about the Croatans.”  The State 1.39 (24 Feb. 1934): 1-2.


Gross, Ariela J. “Citizenship of the little races.” What blood won't tell: a history of race on trial in America. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 2008. 111-139.


Hunt, Cynthia L. “Looking back while walking forward (column): Federally commissioned reports.” Carolina Indian Voice 18 May 2000: 4.


Montgomerie, Deborah. “Coming to terms: Ngai Tahu, Robeson County Indians and the Garden Band of Ojibwa, 1840-1940. Three studies of colonialism in action.” Diss. Duke U, 1993.


Pullen, Lisa.  “Pembroke To Mark Centennial.”  Charlotte Observer [Charlotte, NC] 5 March 1987: 5D.


Davis, E. Dale.  “The Lumbee Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina, and Their Schools.”  Paper presented at the National Conference of Christians and Jews (Pembroke, 19 Dec. 1986).


Eliades, David K., and Linda Ellen Oxendine.  Pembroke State University: A Centennial History.  Columbus, GA: Brentwood UP, 1986.  110 p.


Henige, David.  “Origin Traditions of American Racial Isolates: A Case of Something Borrowed.”  Appalachian Journal 11.3 (Spring 1984): 201-13.


Johnson, F. Roy.  The Lost Colony in Fact and Legend.  Murfreesboro, NC: Johnson Publishing Co., 1983.  Pp. 83-85.


Durant, David N.  Raleigh’s Lost Colony.  New York: Atheneum, 1981.  P. 164.


Durant, David N.  Raleigh’s Lost Colony.  New York: Atheneum, 1981.  P. 164.


Blu, Karen I.  “Varieties of Ethnic Identity: Anglo-Saxons, Blacks, Indians, and Jews in a Southern County.”  Ethnicity 4.3 (1977): 263-86.


Shepard, Edith Vines.  “Our Roanoke Island Heritage.”  Carolina Indian Voice 5 July 1973: 1, 3; 12 July 1973: 1, 3.


Prpic, George J.  “Early Croatian Contacts with America and the Mystery of the Croatans: Were Some Croats Present at the Discovery of America?”  Journal of Croatian Studies 1 (1960): 6-24.


Lawrence, R. C.  “Pembroke Indian School.”  The State 10.42 (20 March 1943): 5, 37.


McNickle, D’Arcy.  “Memorandum [for the Commissioner of Indian Affairs].  Re: Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina.”  Washington: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1 May 1936.  13 p.


Parsons, Elsie Clews.  “Folk-lore of the Cherokee of Robeson County, North Carolina.”  Journal of American Folklore 32.125 (July-Sept. 1919): 384-93.


“Monument to H. McMillan: Prominent Indian Suggests that Indians of Robeson Erect Monument to ... Their Late Friend and Benefactor.”  Robesonian 9 March 1916: 1.


“Hamilton McMillan Passes.”  Robesonian 2 March 1916: 3.


"Death of Preston Locklear: One of the Leaders Among Indians of Robeson.” Robesonian 24 Jan. 1916: 1.



McLean, Angus W.  “Historical Sketch of the Indians of Robeson County.”  Statement before the House Committee on Indian Affairs, 14 Feb. 1913.  Hearings on S. 3258 (entry 1326), pp.19-25.  Rpt. in McPherson (entry 49), Exhibit F.


“Croatans Want Name Cherokees: The Rival Indian Forces Appeal to Legislature.”  News and Observer 4 Feb. 1911: P. 3 col. 1.


Estabrook, Arthur H. Papers, 1910-1943 (APAP-069). Albany, New York. M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections & Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York


Locklear, A. W.  “The ‘Macs’ of Robeson: Hon. Hamilton McMillan and What He and Other ‘Macs’ Have Done for the Croatan Indians.”  Robesonian 6 Aug. 1908: 1.


Ford, Alexander Hume.  “The Finding of Raleigh’s Lost Colony.”  Appleton’s Magazine 10 (July 1907): 22-31. Rpt. in Charlotte Daily Observer 7 July 1907: Sec. 2 p. 4.