Julian T. Pierce

Record Number Citation
BAXL004

Baxley, Jaymie. “Pembroke attorney sworn in as judge.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). June 3, 2016

58

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

1297

Rhodes, Barbara. “Private Probe Questions Pierce Death.” Robesonian 26 Aug. 1990: 1A.

1295

Rhodes, Barbara. “Guilty Plea Gets Chavis Suspended Sentence in Trial.” Robesonian 5 June 1990: 8A.

1281

“Witness’ No-Show Postpones Trial of Sandy Chavis.” Robesonian 13 June 1989: 1A.

1276

“130 Attend Memorial Honoring Godwin, Pierce.” Robesonian 28 March 1989: 1A.

1275

Godfrey, R. L. “Venue Changed for Chavis Trial.” Robesonian 24 March 1989: 1A.

360

The Pierces.  Thinkin’ Bout Home.  Produced by Milton Smith.  Living Waters Records [Hope Mills, NC], 8823, 1989?.

1257

Barreiro, José. “One Murder Too Many: The Assassination of Julian Pierce.” Daybreak 2.2 (Midwinter 1988): 14.

1255

“The Fire is Corruption.” Daybreak 2.2 (Midwinter 1988): 37.

1259

A County on the Brink. Videotape. “Stateline.” University of North Carolina Center for Public Television and WTVD, Raleigh. Broadcast: 3 Nov. 1988.

1243

Marson, Stephen M. “The Murder of Julian Pierce: Can Sandy Jordan Chavis Receive a Fair Trial?” Report submitted to Evander M. Britt et al., attorneys at law. Lumberton: Marson and Associates, 13 Aug. 1988. 18 p.

1235

“Drug Terror at Lumbee: Prosecutor Becomes Judge over Murdered Opponent.” Daybreak 2.3 (Summer 1988): [28].

1233

Segrest, Mab. “Robeson County’s ‘Third World Ills’.” Christian Century 11 May 1988: 468-69. Rpt. (with modifications) in: Southern Changes [Atlanta: Southern Regional Council] 10.4 (July/Aug. 1988): 14-16.

1232

“Motive for Slaying of Lumbee Indian Activist Is Questionable.” IPN Weekly Report [Highland, MD: Crowflying] 6 May 1988.

1231

Shapiro, Joseph P., and Ronald A. Taylor. “There’s Trouble in Robeson County.” U.S. News and World Report 104.17 (2 May 1988): 24, 27.

1227

Brower, Montgomery, and Bill Shaw. “The Murder of Julian Pierce Provokes Grief and Grievances in Troubled Robeson County.” People Weekly 29.15 (18 April 1988): 60-62, 65.

854

Naureckas, Jim. “Drugs, Good Ole Boys and ‘Just Another Murder’.” In These Times 12.20 (13-19 April 1988): 5.

1226

Ola, Akinshiju C. “Anyone Who Doesn’t Want to Stand Up Is Crooked or Crazy.” The Guardian: Independent Radical Newsweekly 40.28 (13 April 1988): 7.

1224

“Indians Unsatisfied with Lumbee Murder Victim Probe.” IPN Weekly Report [Highland, MD: Crowflying] 4 April 1988.

1222

Plott, Monte. “Slain Indian Activist Eulogized as ‘Real Hero’ at N.C. Funeral Service.” Atlanta Constitution 31 Mar. 1988: 3.

1218

Martin, Terry. “Julian Pierce, Lumbee Indian Activist, Is Shot to Death.” Winston-Salem Journal 27 March 1988: A1.

1219

Ruffin, Jane. “Pierce’s Sturdy Determination Recalled.” News and Observer 27 March 1988. Rpt. in NewsBank Names in the News 1988: fiche 101: C11.

1237

Tumulty, Karen. “Killing of Indian Brings N.C. Racial Problems to Fore.” Akwesasne Notes 20.1 (Early Spring 1988): 10-11.

1229

“Cocaine, Corruption and Killings in Robeson County.” Akwesasne Notes 20.1 (Early Spring 1988): 10.