Sampson County (NC)--Indians of

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Bizzell, Oscar M., ed.  The Heritage of Sampson County, North Carolina.  Newton Grove, NC: Sampson County Historical Society with Hunter Pub. Co., 1983.  Pp. 83-84.


Berde, Stuart.  Coharie Reemergence: Attaining Religious and Educational Freedom in Eastern North Carolina, 1850c-Present.  Lumbee River Legal Services and Coharie Intra-Tribal Council, 1982.


Words of Today’s American Indian Women, Ohoyo Makachi: A First Collection of Oratory by American Indian/Alaska Native Women. Washington: U.S. Dept. of Education; Wichita Falls, TX: Prepared and distributed by Ohoyo, Inc., 1981.


Dane, J. K., and B. E. Griessman.  “The Collective Identity of Marginal Peoples: The North Carolina Experience.”  American Anthropologist 74.3 (June 1972): 694-704.


“Sampson’s Indians Once Operated Own Schools.”  The Sampsonian [Clinton, NC] 31 March 1966.


Butler, George E.  The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina: Their Origin and Racial Status: A Plea for Separate Schools.  Durham, NC: Seeman Printery, 1916.