Identity-Indianness-Culture (Lumbee)

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Hunt, Cynthia L.  “A Guide to Understanding Lumbee History.”  Robesonian 5 Jan. 1993: 4A.


Ferbel, Peter Jordan. “Reading Objects, Positioning Selves: Narratives of Material Culture and Social Identity at the Museum of the Native American Resource Center, Pembroke, North Carolina.” Thesis. U of South Carolina, 1991.


Coyle, Norman.  “Adoption Problems Among Ethnic Groups: Lumbee Indian Children.”  Residential Group Care and Treatment 2.1-2 (Fall-Winter 1983): 149-60.  Rpt. in: Adoption for Troubled Children.  Haworth, 1984.  Pp. 149-60.


Baker, Nancy Roux-Teepen.  “American Indian Women in an Urban Setting.”  Diss.  Ohio State U, 1982.


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


Wicker, Leslie Cleveland.  “Racial Awareness and Racial Identification Among American Indian Children as Influenced by Native-American Power Ideology and Self-Concept.”  Diss.  U of North Carolina at Greensboro, 1977.


Bledsoe, Jerry.  “Battle of Emotion Over a Building They Love.” Greensboro Daily News 13 Feb. 1972: A1.


Gaillard, Frye. “Desegregation Denies Justice to Lumbee Indians.”  Indian Historian  4.3 (Fall 1971): 17-22, 43.  


Gaillard, Frye.  “Lumbee Indians.”  South Today [Atlanta, GA] 3.2 (Sept. 1971): 4-5.


Johnson, Guy B.  “Personality in a White-Indian-Negro Community.”  American Sociological Review 4.4 (Aug. 1939):  516-23. Excerpted in: When Peoples Meet.  New York: Hinds, Hayden, and Eldredge, 1946.  Pp. 576-82.