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Abel, David E. ABEL001

Abel, David E., and Chad A. Grotegut. “King Syndrome in pregnancy.” Obstetrics & Gynecology 101 no. 5 part 2 (May 2003): 1146-1149 .

Ackley, Randall 225

Ackley, Randall.  “Discussion: Pembroke State University.”  Indian Historian  ns 5.2 (Summer 1972): 43-45.

Adams, Jack 747

Adams, Jack.  “Indians Want Tribe, Not Handout.”  Durham Morning Herald 10 April 1974.

Adams, Jerry ADAM001

Adams, Jerry. "Reservations about N.C. Indian Center." Business North Carolina 21.9 (September 2001): 17.

Adams, H. 996

Adams, H. “Indians Plan Gala Reunion; Red Men in Harnett County Prepare to Greet Brothers from Afar.” Charlotte Observer 14 Aug. 1938: Sec. 4 p. 8.

Allday, Martin L. 687

Allday, Martin L.  “Memorandum ... Interpretation of the Lumbee Act.”  Washington: Office of the Solicitor, US Dept. of Interior, 20 Nov. 1989.  4 p.

Allen, Robert Craig 236

Allen, Robert Craig.  "Beliefs Held by Selected Robeson County Leaders Regarding Robeson Technical Institute."  Diss.  North Carolina State U, 1977.

Allen, S.D. ALLE001

Allen, S.D. “More on the free black population of the Southern Appalachian mountains: speculations on the North African connection.” Journal of Black Studies 25.6 (July 1995): 651-671.

Allen, James Paul 41

Allen, James Paul, and Eugene James Turner.  We the People: An Atlas of America’s Ethnic Diversity.  New York: Macmillan, 1988.

Allsbrook, Dana ALLS002

Allsbrook, Dana G. “Idiomatic structures in the Lumbee dialect.” North Carolina Central U, 1999.

Alspaugh, Pat 982

Alspaugh, Pat. “She Tries to Help Indians Create Pride in Themselves.” Greensboro Daily News 7 Dec. 1977: B3.

Amanullah, Mohammod 932

Amanullah, Mohammod. “The Lumbee Indians: Patterns of Adjustment.” Toward Economic Development for Native American Communities: A Compendium of Papers. Vol. 1, Part 1: Development Prospects and Problems. U.S. Congress. Subcomm. on Economy in Government. Joint Economic Committee. 1969. Pp. 277-98. [PSU-MLL]

Anderson, Forrest ANDE003

 Anderson, Forrest. "Coupons." The South Carolina Review 40.2 (April 2008):19-27

Anderson, Ryan K. ANDE001

Anderson, Ryan K. “Lumbee kinship, community, and the success of the Red Banks Mutual Association.” American Indian Quarterly 23.2 (Spring 1999): 39-58. Key source

Anderson, Forrest ANDE002

Anderson, Forrest. “The Night Power Came to the Reservation.” The Louisville Review: A literary magazine [Lexington, KY: Spaulding University] 59.Spring (2006): 154-64.

Andrews, Al 113

Andrews, Al.  “Indians File Suit in School Dispute.”  News and Observer (Raleigh, NC) 11 Sept. 1970:  3.

Angell, G. Brent BREN001

Angell, G. Brent, and G. Mark Jones. “Recidivism, risk, and resiliency among North American Indian parolees and former prisoners: an examination of the Lumbee First Nation.” Journal of ethnic & cultural diversity in social work 12.2 (2003): 61-77.

Applebome, Peter 848

Applebome, Peter. “Behind Hostage Case, Issues of Rural Justice.” New York Times 8 Feb. 1988: 1.

Arden, Harvey ARDE001

Arden, Harvey, and Steve Wall. “Vernon Cooper, Lumbee.” Wisdomkeepers: meetings with Native American spiritual leaders. Hillsboro, Oregon: Beyond Words Publishing, 1990. Pp. 56-63. 

Arendell, Banks 1120

Arendell, Banks. “‘Shake’ cheats the hangman.” The State 39.13 (1 Dec. 1971): 17-18.

Arnett, Ethel Stephens 559

Arnett, Ethel Stephens.  The Saura and Keyauwee Indians in the Land That Became Guilford, Randolph, and Rockingham.  Greensboro: Media, Inc., 1975.

Arnett, Karl 936

Arnett, Karl. “Indian Center Symbolizes Fells Point Regeneration.” Baltimore Sun 22 Sept. 1970: B1.

Arrowood, Charles F. 1117

Arrowood, Charles F. “The outlaws of Scuffletown.” Unpublished typescript. N.d. 14 p. 

Ash, Mary Callis ASH0001

Ash, Mary Callis. "Contributions to a herpetological community of practice: Funds of knowledge of Lumbee youth." Diss. Greensboro, NC: U of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2015.

Ash, Andrew N. 1063

Ash, Andrew N. A Preliminary Natural Areas Inventory of the Lumber River Floodplain. A Report Submitted to the North Carolina Natural Heritage Program [and] North Carolina Nature Conservancy. [Raleigh]: NC Dept. of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources, 14 Nov. 1990.

Ashe, S.A. 530

Ashe, S. A.  “Correct Names of Indians in Robeson County.”  [article, 192?]  [UNC-WL Clippings File, “Indians of North Carolina,” vol. 3, p. 39.]

Ashe, Samuel A'Court 518

Ashe, Samuel A’Court.  History of North Carolina.  Greensboro: Charles L. Van Noppen, 1908.  Vol. 1, pp. 20-21, 286-87.

Ashe, S.A. 591

Ashe, S. A.  “The Croatans.”  News and Observer 20 Oct. 1933: 4.

Ater, Elma Louise 312

Ater, Elma Louise.  "A Historical Study of the Singing Conventions of the Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina." Thesis.  Ohio State U, 1943.

Avary, James C. 991

Avary, James C. “Are There Croatans in Georgia? A Peculiar Race of People There, Said to Have Gone from North Carolina. Correspondence from New York Sun.” [Newspaper article, 27 Dec. 1909]

Bailey, Anna BAIL001

Bailey, Anna. ''It is the center to which we should cling': Indian schools in Robeson County, North Carolina, 1900-1920." The history of discrimination in U.S. education: marginality, agency, and power. Ed. Eileen H. Tamura. New York: Palgrave McMillan, 2008. Pp 67-90.

Bailey, Sean M. 1283

Bailey, Sean M. “Lawyers Deny Claim They Filed Frivolous Lawsuit Against State.” News and Observer 8 Aug. 1989: 1C.

Bailey, Anna BAIL002

Bailey, Anna. “How Scuffletown became Indian Country: Political change and transformations in Indian identity in Robeson County, North Carolina, 1865-1956.” Dissertation. U of Washington, 2008.

Baily, Waldron 285

Baily, Waldron. The Homeward Trail. New York: W. J. Watt, 1916. 313 p

Baker, Fred A. 1138

Baker, Fred A. Report on Siouan Tribe of Indians in Robeson County, North Carolina. Washington: Bureau of Indian Affairs, US Dept. of Interior, 9 July 1935. [IERC] [National Archives and Records Admin., Washington, DC. File 37889-1935-310-(?) Cherokee, filed with 36208-1935-310-General Services, Central Classified Files, 1907-1939, RG 75.] [Lumbee Petition, Exhibit A58]

Baker, Donald P. 746

Baker, Donald P.  “Lack of Education Is Factor in Acquittal of Indians.”  Washington Post 26 Dec. 1973: A2.

Baker, Lisa BAKE001

Baker, Lisa; Sandra Cross; Linda Greaver; Gon Wei; Regina Lewis; and Healthy Start CORPS. "Prevalence of postpartum depression in a Native American population." Maternal and child health journal 9.1 (March 2005): 21-25.

Baker, Nancy Roux-Teepen 488

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

Balcerzak, Ashley BALC001

Balcerzak, Ashley. ‘Hope to hopelessness’: Will government step up after second storm? Webpage. Abandoned in America. Part 2. Center for Public Integrity, October 10, 2018.

Ball, David BALL002

Ball, David. The swamp outlaws: The Civil War story of Henry Berry Lowery and his North Carolina Indian raiders. Bloomington, IN: 1st Books Library, 1999. 345 pages.

Another edition: Swamp outlaw: Henry Berry Lowery and his Civil War gang. Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse, 2011. Key source

Banks, Alicia BANK002

Banks, Alicia. "Robeson County Schools unsure of reopening date." Fayetteville Observer [Fayetteville, NC] October 27, 2016.

Banks, Dennis BANK001

Banks, Dennis. "Tribute to my Indian friends [letter to the editor]. Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] July 26, 2016.

Banks, Alicia BANK004

Banks, Alicia. "Embattled Robeson County school board draws ire of nearly 150 at forum." Fayetteville Observer [North Carolina] January 19, 2017.

Barbee, Daniel G. BARB001

Barbee, Daniel G. Tracking county responses to welfare reform. Unpublished report. August 10, 2002.

Barkley, Key L. 494

494.     Barkley, Key L.  “Inter- and Intra-Group Levels of Esteem among Three Ethnic Groups.”  Journal of Negro Education 54.1 (1985): 56-70.

Barnes, Billy E. 31

Good to Be an Indian: Proud and Free.  Videotape.  Prod. Billy E. Barnes.  Title IV, Part A Indian Education Project, Robeson County Board of Education, 1980.  20 min.

Barnes, Greg BARN001

Barnes, Greg. "5 weeks after Matthew: Governor, hurricane recovery committee talk recovery for Lumberton." Fayetteville Observer [North Carolina] November 15, 2016.

Barnes, Billy E. 1398

Study Prints. Billy E. Barnes, designer. Lumberton: Title IV, Part A Indian Education Project, Robeson County Board of Education, 1979. [IERC]

Barnes, Greg BARN002

Barnhill, Jane Blanks. Sacred Grounds: "Gone but Not Forgotten". St. Pauls, NC: Jane Blanks Barnhill, 2007. 374 p. Key source

Barnes, Bahnson Neil 75

Barnes, Bahnson N.  "A History of the Robeson County School System."  Thesis.  U of  North Carolina, 1931.

Barnett, Barbara 578b

Barnett, Barbara.  “Historian Claims Evidence for Theory on Lost Colony.”  Charlotte Observer 3 Feb. 1986: B1-2.

Barnhill, Jane Blanks BARN002

Barnhill, Jane Blanks. Sacred Grounds: "Gone but Not Forgotten". St. Pauls, NC: Jane Blanks Barnhill, 2007. 374 p. Key source

Barnhill, Jane Blanks BARN003

Barnhill, Jane Blanks. Sacred grounds: Robeson County, NC Indian cemeteries

Barreiro, Jose 1257

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

Barreiro, Jose 1256

Barreiro, José. “Drug Terror at Lumbee: Does Justice Mean ‘Just-Us’ in Robeson County?” Daybreak 2.2 (Midwinter 1988): 13, 15-16, 28-29, 35.

Barreiro, José 1030

Barreiro, José, and Steve Wall. “Lumbee Country: Portraits of Elders.” Northeast Indian Quarterly 5.2 (Summer 1988): 13-33.

Barton, Gary Lewis BART002

Barton, Garry Lewis. “Why'd y'all slap my daddy's face?” Carolina Indian Voice 18 February 1999: 2.

Barton, Lewis Randolph 788

Barton, Lewis Randolph. “Contrasts.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 19 July 1954: 10.

Barton, Bruce 415

Barton, Bruce.  Religious Experience an Important Part of Lumbee Heritage.  Pembroke:  Lumbee Regional Development Association, June 1984.  197 p.

Barton, Bruce 56

Barton, Bruce. An Indian manifesto: Bruce Barton’s The best of—As I see it: The sometimes irreverent but always honest columns as they appeared in the “Carolina Indian Voice” newspaper over the last ten years by Bruce Barton, editor; with some “Musings” by Ol’ Reasonable Locklear. A special ten year anniversary edition, 1973-1983. Pembroke, NC: The Carolina Indian Voice, 1983.

Barton, Lew 319

Barton, Lew.  Rhythm a Little Lumbee.  An Amerind Good Will Publication.  N.p: n.p., 1961.  24p.

Barton, Bruce BART010

Barton, Bruce. “Thinking out loud about the Tribal Council, LRDA, life's vagaries etc. . .” Carolina Indian Voice Thursday, 29 March 2001: 2.

Barton, Bruce BART006

Barton, Bruce. “As I See It (column): Dwight Lowry remembered at the NCHSAA.” Carolina Indian Voice Thursday, February 10, 2000: page 2.

Barton, Bruce BART009

Barton, Bruce. “Danford Dial remembered.” As I See It (column). Carolina Indian Voice Thursday, November 16, 2000: page 1.

Barton, Bruce BART013

Barton, Bruce. “As I See It (column): Herbert H. Locklear remembered.” Carolina Indian Voice 27 April 2000: 2.

Barton, Bruce BART008

Barton, Bruce. “As I see it (column): I call on Lumbee SDC to change location of swearing in of Tribal Council & Chairman to a more historic & symbolic place.” Carolina Indian Voice Thursday, January 4, 2001: page 2.

Barton, Lew 407

Barton, Lew.  “Day Starts Early, Ends Late for This Friend of Mankind.”  Robesonian 23 March 1959: 5.

Barton, Bruce BART012

Barton, Bruce. “As I See It (column): White male files discrimination complaint at RCC.” Carolina Indian Voice 18 May 2001: 2.

Barton, Lew 212

Barton, Lew.  “‘De-Indianization’ Trend Observed at Pembroke U.”  Robesonian 18 Nov. 1971: 27.

Barton, Gary Lewis BART001

Barton, Garry Lewis. “Through Native Eyes premiers May 1st at UNC-P.” Carolina Indian Voice 11 March 1999: 1.

Barton, Bruce 1122

Barton, Bruce. “Henry Berry Lowry and the Lumbee Indians.” Lutheran Women 13.5 (May 1975): 3-7.

Barton, Lew 1121

Barton, Lew. “Henry Berry Lowry, Lumbee guerilla warrior of Reconstruction days.” Carolina Indian Voice 1.7 (14 Sept. 1972). 

Barton, Gary Lewis BART003

Barton, Garry Lewis. “Henry Berry, a bigger-than-life hero.” Carolina Indian Voice 21 January 1999: 2.

Barton, Bruce 994

Barton, Bruce. “Robeson County Indian Migration to the Claxton, Georgia Area.” Unpublished typescript. Dec. 1985. 300p. [IERC]

Barton, Bruce BART014

Barton, Bruce. " 'Double voting' in Robeson County: A reminder of an unequal past." Tar Heel Junior Historian Fall 2004.

Barton, Lew BARTL01

Barton, Lew [Lewis Randolph]. Beside the trickling brook: a collection of poems by Lew Barton. Pembroke, NC: Barton House Publishing, 2001.

Barton, Peggy 754

Barton, Peggy, and Darlene Locklear.  “BIA Building Homes for Recognized Indians in Robeson.”  Carolina Indian Voice 6 Oct. 1977: 7.

Barton, Lew 345

Barton, Lew.  “List of Common Lumbee Terms.”  Unpublished typescript.  N.d.  9 p.

Barton, Lew 782

Barton, Lew. “A Report on the Robeson County Indian.” Robesonian 18 May 1949: 4.

Barton, Garry Lewis BART005

Barton, Garry Lewis. “I'm not a bad apple, folk.” Carolina Indian Voice 29 October 1998:2.

Barton, Lew 328

Barton, Lew.  “Me-Told Tales Along the Lumbee.”  North Carolina Folklore 19.4 (Nov. 1971): 173-76. Rpt. in Carolina Indian Voice  21 April 1977: 3.

Barton, Bruce BART007

Barton, Bruce. “Looking back while walking forward (column): 'Distinguished visitor, extraordinary application.” Carolina Indian Voice Thursday, February 10, 2000: 2.

Barton, Bruce BART011

Barton, Bruce. “UNC-Pembroke seeks new image.” (Editorial column--“As I See It.”) Carolina Indian Voice Thursday, 5 April 2000: page 2.

Barton, Lew 633

Barton, Lew.  “Evidence of legal ‘Indianness’ shown in long-lost document.”  Robesonian 6 Dec. 1971: 11.

Barton, Gary Lewis 1124

Barton, Garry Lewis. The Life and Times of Henry Berry Lowry. Pembroke: Lumbee Pub. Co., 1979. New edition. N.p.: Published and printed by Garry Lewis Barton, Feb. 1992. 

Barton, Lew 410

Barton, Lew.  “Most Influential Man Among the Lumbee Dies.”  The Lumbee 1 Feb. 1968: 1.

Barton, Lew 1154

Barton, Lew, and Simeon Oxendine. “Amaziah Chavis: The Success Story of One Lumbee Farmer.” Scottish Chief 21 May 1958. [PSU-MLL. PSU Clippings File]

Barton, Lew 1192

Barton, Lew. “Lumbee Indians Honored Seawell with 1959 ‘First American Award’.” The Lumbee 13 Jan. 1966: 2.

Barton, Lew 53

Barton, Lew. The most ironic story in American history: An authoritative, documented history of the Lumbee Indians of North Carolina. Charlotte, NC: Associated Printing Corp., 1967.

Barton, Lew 406

Barton, Lew.  “Lumbee Leader Has Lived a Full and Fruitful Life.” Robesonian 5 Feb. 1959: 16.

Barton, Garry Lewis BART004

Barton, Garry Lewis. “Ranting and raving (column): Every rose has a thorn...” Carolina Indian Voice 28 January 1999:2.

Basinger, Alice A. BASI001

Basinger, Alice A., et al. "Glutaric acidemia type 1 in patients of Lumbee heritage from North Carolina." Brief communication. Molecular genetics and metabolism 88.1 (2006): 90-92. DOI: 10.1016/j.ymgme.2005.12.008.

Bates, Denise Eileen BATE001

Bates, Denise Eileen. “Up from obscurity: Indian rights activism and the development of tribal-state relations in the 1970s and 1980s Deep South.” Ph.D. U of Arizona, 2007.

Bathurst, Sheldon BATH001

Bathurst, Sheldon. “An American warrior.” Marine Corps Gazette 82.11 (November 1998): 96- .

Batten, Sammy BATT003

Batten, Sammy, and James Locklear. “Pembroke still a close-knit town.” Fayetteville Observer-Times (North Carolina) 7 January 1999 (Thursday).

Batten, Sammy BATT001

Batten, Sammy. “Lowry's love of children was foremost.” Fayetteville Observer-Times (North Carolina) 15 August 1997.

Batten, James K. 928

Batten, James K. “Lumbee Indians Flock to ‘Reservation’ in Baltimore.” Washington Post 8 Jan. 1967: B10.

Bauer, Ursula 1058

Bauer, Ursula. “The River That Wouldn’t Die.” Environmental Politics: Lessons from the Grassroots. Ed. Bob Hall. Durham: Institute for Southern Studies, 1988. Pp. 70-79.

Bauerlein, Valerie BAUE001

Bauerlein, Valerie, Cameron McWhirter, and Paul Overberg. "Hurricane Matthew Hits a North Carolina Tribe Particularly Hard." Wall Street Journal October 14, 2016.

Baxley, Rodd BAXL006

Baxley, Rodd. “Robeson County athletes, coaches answer call for help.” Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). October 14, 2016. 

Baxley, Jaymie BAXL005

Baxley, Jaymie. “Author explores her Lumbee heritage in new book.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). May 30, 2016

Baxley, Jaymie BAXL003

Baxley, Jaymie. “Robeson County rocker on red carpet – | Sevendust guitarist talks Grammy nomination.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). February 27, 2016

Baxley, Jaymie BAXL004

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

Baxley, Jaymie BAXL002

Baxley, Jaymie. “Brick by Brick: Lumbee Tribal Housing Complex - | Behind the tribe’s turtle-shaped HQ.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). October 3, 2015

Baxley, Jaymie SHIL020

Baxley, Jaymie. “Miss Lumbee suspended in music video controversy.” Richmond County Daily Journal (Rockingham, NC) January 21, 2016. 

Baxter, James Phinney 510

Baxter, James Phinney.  “Raleigh’s Lost Colony.”  New England Magazine n.s. 11 (1894-1895): 565-87.

Bayes, Ronald H. 357

Bayes, Ronald H., ed. North Carolina’s 400 Years: Signs Along the Way. An Anthology of Poems by North Carolina Poets to Celebrate America’s 400th Anniversary. Durham: Acorn P, 1986.

Beale, Calvin L. 716

Beale, Calvin L.  “An Overview of the Phenomenon of Mixed Racial Isolates in the United States.”  American Anthropologist 74.3 (June 1972): 704-10.

Beale, Calvin L. 708

Beale, Calvin L.  “American Tri-Racial Isolates: Their Status and Pertinence to Genetic Research.”  Eugenics Quarterly 4.4 (Dec. 1957): 187-96.

Beasley, Cherry Maynor BEAS002

Beasley, Cherry Maynor. “Lumbee women breast cancer survivors stories: Understanding the experience.” Diss. East Carolina University, 2009

Beasley, Cherry Maynor 483

Beasley, Cherry Maynor.  “A Descriptive Study of the Denver Developmental Screening Test Scores of Lumbee Children in Robeson County, North Carolina.”  Thesis.  U of North Carolina, 1978.

Beasley, Cherry Maynor BEAS001

Beasley, Cherry Maynor. "Narrative hermeneutics and the experiential transformation of care." In: American Indian Women of Proud Nations: Essays on History, Language, and Education. New York: Peter Lang; 2016. Pp. 73-85.

Beckwith, Evelina Gilbert 87

 Beckwith, Evelina Gilbert.  "A Study of the Physical Equipment and Teaching Personnel of the Indian Schools of Robeson County, North Carolina." Thesis.  U of North Carolina, 1950.


Bell, Ronny A. BELL004

Bell, Ronny A., Elizabeth J. Mayer-Davis, Yvonne Jackson, and Connie Dresser. “An epidemiologic review of dietary intake studies among American Indians and Alaska Natives: implications for heart disease and cancer risk.” Annals of Epidemiology 7.4 (May 1997): 229-240. 

Bell, Ronny A. BELL003

Bell, Ronnie Antonio. “Nutrient intake and effectiveness of a community-based nutrition education program in reducing dietary cancer risk in adult Lumbee Indian women in Robeson County, North Carolina.” Diss. U of North Carolina at Greensboro, 1993.

Bell, Ronny A. BELL005

Bell, Ronny A., Sara A. Quandt, John G. Spangler, and L. Douglas Case. “Dietary calcium intake and supplement use among older African American, white, and Native American women in a rural Southeastern community.” Journal of the American Dietetic Association 106.6 (June 2002): 844 (4 pages).

Bell, Ronny A. BELL002

Bell, Ronny Antonio; Helen Anderson Shaw; and Mark Boberg Dignan. “Dietary intake of Lumbee Indian women in Robeson County, North Carolina.” Journal of the American Dietetic Association 95.12 (December 1995): 1426-28.

Bell, Gavin BELL008

Bell, Gavin. The Art of Becoming a Warrior. Durham, NC: McKinnon P, 2015

Bell, Ronny A. BELL001

Bell, Ronny A.; Sara A. Quandt; Helen A. Shaw; and Mark B. Dignan. “Differences in dietary intake between smokers and nonsmokers among Lumbee Indian women in North Carolina.” American Journal of Health Promotion 12.2 (1997): 94-97.

Bell, Ronny A. BELL006

Bell, Ronny A., Mark B. Dignan, Robert Michielutte, Penny Sharp, Karen Blinson, and John G. Spangler. “Chapter 3. Cervical cancer education for Native American women in North Carolina: The North Carolina Native American Cervical Cancer Prevention Project.” Native outreach: a report to American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian communities. NIH Publication 98-4341. Office of Special Populations Research, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, March 1999. Pages 33-43. HE20.3152: N 21/4

Bellamy, John Dillard 5

Bellamy, John D[illard]. “Remarks of the Hon. John D. Bellamy, of North Carolina, in the House of Representatives.”  56th Cong. 1st Session. Congressional Record 33 part 1 (2 Feb. 1900): 1457-58.

Beltrame, Thomas 486

Beltrame, Thomas, and David V. McQueen.  “Urban and Rural Drinking Patterns: The Special Case of the Lumbee.”  International Journal of the Addictions 14.4 (1979): 533-48.

Beltrame, Thomas F. 477

Beltrame, Thomas F.  “Urban and Rural Lumbee Indian Drinking Patterns."  Diss.  Johns Hopkins U, 1976.

Bennet, Walter H., Jr. BENN001

Bennett, Walter H., Jr., and Judith Welch Wegner. “Lawyers talking: UNC Law Graduates and their service to the state. Judge Dexter Brooks: loyalty to community, service to the state.” North Carolina Law Review 73.2 (January 1995): 861-867.

Benson, Laura Lee BENS001

Benson, Laura Lee. “Mentoring with dance.” The World & I: The Magazine for Serious Readers 12.9 (September 1997); 172-179. 

Berde, Stuart 665

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.

Berry, Brewton 711

Berry, Brewton.  Almost White.  New York: Macmillan, 1963.

Berry, C.B. BERR001

Berry, C.B. “Cherry Grove draws Indians (Area History).” The Sun News (Myrtle Beach, SC). October 3, 1998

Berry, Brewton 997

Berry, Brewton. “The Mestizos of South Carolina.” American Journal of Sociology 51 (July 1945): 34-41.

Berry, Brewton 710

Berry, Brewton.  “The Myth of the Vanishing Indian.”  Phylon  21.1 (1960): 51-57.

Bertoli, Fernando 493

Bertoli, Fernando, et al.  “Infant Mortality by Socio-Economic Status for Blacks, Indians and Whites: A Longitudinal Analysis of North Carolina, 1968-1977.” Sociology and Social Research 68.3 (April 1984): 364-77.

Betts, Jack 640

Betts, Jack.  “Rose Seeks Aid for Lumbees.”  Greensboro Daily News 28 Aug. 1974: B1.

Biank, Tanya S. BIAN001

Biank, Tanya S. “Lumbee Tribal Council oppose bill introduced by Rose.” Fayetteville Observer-Times 8 August 1996.

Biank, Tanya S. BIAN002

Biank, Tanya S. “NAACP protests hiring in Robeson school system.” Fayetteville Observer-Times (North Carolina) 4 April 1996 (Thursday).

Biank, Tanya S. BIAN003

Biank, Tanya S. “Race an open issue in Robeson County.” Fayetteville Observer-Times 26 October 1996

Bible, Jean Patterson 560

Bible, Jean Patterson.  “Are They Kin to the ‘Lost Colony’?”  Melungeons Yesterday and Today.  Rogersville, TN: East Tennessee Printing Co., 1975.  Pp. 88-92.

Bibson, J. Press, Sr. 1097

Bibson, J. Press, Sr. “What became of Henry Berry Lowrey, notorious Robeson bandit chief?” Robesonian 12 June 1922: 6.

Bidgood, Jess BIDG001

Bidgood, Jess. "North Carolina, still reeling from Hurricane Matthew, stares at Irma." NY Times [New York, NY] September 8, 2017.

Bigelow, Scott BIGE003

Bigelow, Scott. "No easy fix to school funding." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. February 10, 2018.

Bigelow, Scott BIGE004

Bigelow, Scott. “Cooper signs legislation that opens funding doors for Lumbee Tribe.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. July 25, 2019.

Bigelow, Scott 178

Bigelow, Scott.  “Rev. McLean: Early Presbyterian Leader.”  Robesonian 13 Dec. 1992: 4A.

Bigelow, Scott BIGE002

Bigelow, Scott. “Kelvin Sampson comes home to Pembroke.” University Newswire (University of North Carolina at Pembroke) April 29, 2003. Reprinted in: Carolina Indian Voice May 1, 2003, p. 1.

Bigelow, Scott 177

Bigelow, Scott.  “Top School Post Is Offered to Purnell Swett.”  Robesonian 2 Dec. 1992: 1A, 10A.

Bigelow, Scott BIGE001

Bigelow, Scott. "Pembroke honored as state’s top small town." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. November 30, 2017.

Bigelow, Scott BIGE005

Bigelow, Scott. "Tuscaroras plan to appeal recognition rejection." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. October 2, 2019.

Bigelow, Scott BIGE002

Bigelow, Scott. "Enrollment dip to cost schools $1 million." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. December 12, 2017.

Bigelow, Scott 877

Bigelow, Scott. “Indian Group Wants House District.” Robesonian 16 April 1991: 1A.

Bigelow, Scott 380

Bigelow, Scott.  “SATW Move to I-95 Pondered.”  Robesonian 22 May 1991: 1A.

Bigelow, Scott BIGE001

Bigelow, Scott. “Scholarship established to honor Dexter Brooks.” Press release, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, 17 April 2002.

Bigelow, Scott 173

Bigelow, Scott.  “Race, School Choice Not Only Achievement Factors.”  Robesonian 24 July 1991: C1.