Law and legislation

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1809 Laws of North Carolina Ch. 32, “An Act to Facilitate and Open the Navigation of Lumber River, from M’Farland’s Turnpike to the South-Carolina Line.”


Williams, Robert A., Jr. “Vampires Anonymous and critical race practice.” Michigan Law Review 95 (February 1997): 741-65.


Conley, Manuel A., and Ginger Oxendine-Roberts. “Henry Berry Lowry House, North Carolina Indian Cultural Center: preliminary evaluation of interpretive data.” Paper for Public History (HST 370). Pembroke State U, 7 Dec. 1988.


“Legal History Between Lumbee Indians and the United States Congress.”  Unpublished typescript.  [1974?]  [8] p.


Woods, Ruth Dial.  “Testimony: Indian Definition Study.”  Pembroke: R. D. Woods, [1974?]  75 p.


"Indian Pupils Admitted to W. Lumberton School.”  Robesonian 1 Sept. 1964: 1.


Walls, Frances.  “Johnston Children To Enter White Schools If Parents Prove They’re Indian.”  News and Observer 11 Sept. 1955: 12.


1945 North Carolina Session Laws ch. 410, “An Act to Amend the Charter of the Town of Pembroke.” 7 March 1945.


“Indian Schools.”  State School Facts [Raleigh: N.C. Dept. of Public Instruction] 17 (Sept. 1944).  1 p.


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.


Cohen, Felix S.  “Memorandum for the Commissioner of Indian Affairs.”  Washington: Office of the Solicitor, US Dept. of the Interior, 8 April 1935.


1929 North Carolina Public Laws ch. 195, “An Act to Amend Ch. 126, Public-Local Laws 1921 ... and Prescribe the Racial Qualifications of Those Seeking Admission into Cherokee Indian Normal School … and in the Common Schools of Robeson County for the Indian Race.” 16 March 1929.


1917 North Carolina Private Laws ch. 63, “An Act to Provide for the Appointment of a Mayor and Four Commissioners for the Town of Pembroke in Robeson County.” 9 Jan. 1917.


“A Puzzling Problem.”  Robesonian 4 Feb. 1915: 4.


McPherson, O. M. Indians of North Carolina: Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, Transmitting, in Response to a Senate Resolution of June 30, 1914. Caption Title: Report on Condition and Tribal Rights of the Indians of Robeson and Adjoining Counties of North Carolina. US. 63rd Congress, 3rd Session. S. Doc. 677. Dated 5 Jan. 1915. Serial Set 6772. 252 p. Key source


1911 North Carolina Public Laws ch. 168, “An Act to Empower the Trustees of the Indian Normal School of Robeson County to Transfer Title to Property of Said School by Deed to State Board of Education, and to Provide for the Appointment of Trustees for Said School.” 8 March 1911. Rpt. in McPherson (entry 49), Exhibit L11 and Dial and Eliades (entry 54), Appendix B.


1909 North Carolina Public Laws ch. 720, “An Act to Provide Separate Schools for the Indian Race in Scotland County.” 6 March 1909.


1871-’72 North Carolina Session Laws ch. 122, “An Act Concerning the Robeson County Outlaws.” 8 Feb. 1872


1870-’71 North Carolina Session Laws ch. 68, “An Act Authorizing the Governor to Offer a Reward for the Arrest of Henry B. Lowery and Others.” 18 Feb. 1871