Browse by Author

Enter all or part of the name. First authors only.
Author Record Number Citation
Farris, James J. 1099

Farris, James J. “The Lowrie Gang: an episode in the history of Robeson County, N.C.: 1864-1874.” Historical Papers Published by the Trinity College Historical Society. Ser. XV. Durham: Duke UP, 1925. Pp. 55-93.

Fazio, Thomas P. 734

Fazio, Thomas P.  “Indian Group on Protest Trek.”  News and Observer 5 April 1973: 39.

Feagans, Brian FEAG001

Feagans, Brian. “6 counties study groundwater, take pulse of aquifer, wells.”  Wilmington Morning Star (NC) Tuesday, February 13, 2001: 1A, 4A. 723 words.

Ferbel, Peter Jordan 377

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.

Ferreri, Eric FERR001

Ferreri, Eric. “American Indians seek voice at UNC; the Carolina Indian Circle is quickly lobbying for increased recognition.” Chapel Hill Herald Monday, 6 November 2000: page 1. 852 words.

Fields, Jeff 334

Fields, Jeff.  A Cry of Angels.  New York: Atheneum, 1974. Key source

Fitch, William Edward 526

Fitch, William Edward.  The First Founders in America, with Facts to Prove that Sir Walter Raleigh’s Lost Colony Was Not Lost.  New York Society of the Order of the Founders and Patriots of America, 29 Oct. 1913.  40 pp.

Flaherty, David T. 853

Flaherty, David T. “Memorandum, March 25, 1988, from ... Secretary, Dept. of Human Resources, to the Governor’s Robeson County Task Force, on Billy McKellar’s Death.” Raleigh: N.C. Dept. of Human Resources, 1988. [17] p.

Flair, Kim 129

Flair, Kim.  “Red, White, and Black: Aliens in Our Own Land.”  California Council for the Social Studies Review 12.3 (1973): 19-20, 22.

Flesher, John 1242

Flesher, John. “Hostage-Trial Defendant Says 13 Witnesses Dead, Others Are Threatened.” Charlotte Observer 6 Aug. 1988: 3E.

Floyd, Galvin FLOY001

Floyd, Galvin. “The influence of parents, teachers, and peers on occupational choice as perceived by rural Lumbee Indian ninth grade students.” North Carolina Central U, 1978.

Fogarty, Mark FOGA002

Fogarty, Mark. "Bright Spot in Indian Mortgages: Indian-Owned Banks." Indian Country. January 8, 2016. 

Fogarty, Mark FOGA001

Fogarty, Mark. “Federal government gives more seed money to Indian development groups.” Knight-Ridder/Tribune Business News 23 August 2002.

Folsom, Richard FOLS001

Folsom, Richard. Indian wood: A mystery of the Lost Colony of Roanoke Island. Charleston, SC: Booksurge, 2008.

Footlick, Jerrold K. 817

Footlick, Jerrold K., and Eleanor Clift. “Crusading for Death.” Newsweek 86.3 (21 July 1975): 31. Reprinted., with “an alternate view,” in Carolina Indian Voice 7 Aug. 1975: 2.

Forbes, Jack D. 722

Forbes, Jack D.  “Mulattoes and People of Color in Anglo-North America: Implications for Black-Indian Relations.”  Journal of Ethnic Studies 12.2 (Summer 1984): 17-61.

Ford, Alexander Hume 517

Ford, Alexander Hume.  “The Finding of Raleigh’s Lost Colony.”  Appleton’s Magazine 10 (July 1907): 22-31. Rpt. in Charlotte Daily Observer 7 July 1907: Sec. 2 p. 4.

Ford, Thomas C. FORD001

Ford, Thomas C. “Play ball: the art of the big game has never been more popular.” Art & Antiques 17 (May 1994): 80-83.

Forde, Kathy Roberts FORD002

Forde, Kathy Roberts. “On the swamps: the politics of language, landscape and Lumbee identity.” The Independent Weekly (Durham, NC) December 6, 2000.

Fowler, Scott FOWL001

Fowler, Scott. "Huntersville gymnast Ashton Locklear in Olympics limbo, but still celebrating." [Raleigh, NC] July 15, 2016.

Fox, Geoff FOX0010

Fox, Geoff. “COMtech lands first plant.” Robesonian Wednesday, 24 July 2002.

Fox, Geoff FOX0007

Fox, Geoff. “Will it work? Some express skepticism.” Robesonian 18 February 2002.

Fox, Geoff FOX0006

Fox, Geoff. “58 percent of county births to unwed mothers.” Robesonian 6 November 2001.

Fox, Geoff FOX0005

FOX0005. Fox, Geoff. “First Indian pilots reunite, reminisce after 40 years.” Robesonian Monday, 14 May 2001.

Fox, Geoff FOX0001

Fox. Geoff. “Painting brings 'SATW!' $8,500.” Robesonian Wednesday, June 28, 2000, p. 1A, 8A.

Fox, Cynthia Gregory 1198

Fox, Cynthia Gregory. “The Battle of Hayes Pond: The Ku Klux Klan versus the Lumbee Indians, Robeson County, North Carolina, 1958.” Thesis. East Carolina U, 1979.

Fox, Geoff FOX0002

Fox, Geoff. “'SATW' returns to historical roots.” Robesonian Friday, 30 June 2000: 1A, 10A.

Fox, Geoff FOX0003

Fox, Geoff. “Best of the best: Robeson lawman gets national honor.” Robesonian Sunday, 25 June 2000: 1A, 8A.

Fox, Geoff FOX0004

Fox, Geoff. “Dressed to thrill: cultural center all spruced up for open house.” Robesonian Friday, 9 June 2000: 1A, 8A.

Fox, Geoff FOX0008

Fox, Geoff. “Blue promises support for Lumbee recognition.” Robesonian 6 May 2002.

Fox, Geoff FOXO009

Fox, Geoff. “Almost half of county's grandparents get duty of raising their children's children.” Robesonian Monday, 17 June 2002.

Franklin, John Hope 1108

Franklin, John Hope. “The enslavement of free negroes in North Carolina.” Journal of Negro History 29.4 (Oct. 1944): 401-28. 

Franklin, John Hope 462

Franklin, John Hope.  The Free Negro in North Carolina, 1790-1860.  1943.  New York: Russell & Russell, 1969.  Pp. 79-80.

Franklin, Ben A. 116

Franklin, Ben A.  “Indians Resist Integration Plan in Triracial County in Carolina.”  New York Times 13 Sept. 1970: 78.  Rpt. in Akwesasne Notes 2.6 (Oct. 1970): 40.


Frederick, Jack FRED001

Frederick, Jack. "Humane Society names room to honor veterinarian Curt Locklear." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. December 22, 2017.

Frederick, Jack FRED002

Frederick, Jack. "Brooks recalled as Lumbee icon, medical pioneer." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. January 5, 2018.

Freeman, Leroy FREE001

Freeman, Leroy. “Chairman: LRDA serves all Indians.” Robesonian Wednesday, June 28, 2000: 4A.

Friedlander, Brett FRIE001

Friedlander, Brett. "NC native Sampson rebuilds his coaching career at Houston." North State Journal. January 17, 2018.

Fuchs, Estelle 123

Fuchs, Estelle and Robert J. Havighurst. To Live On This Earth: American Indian Education. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1972.  Pp. 97-106.

Fulton, David Bryant 1091

Fulton, David Bryant. "Henry Berry Lowery, the North Carolina outlaw. A tale of the Reconstruction period." From The Citizen. Rpt. in: “Eagle clippings” by Jack Thorne [pseud.], Newspaper Correspondent and Storyteller ... a Collection of his Writings [submitted] to Various Newspapers. Brooklyn: D. B. Fulton, 1907. Pp. 65-71.

Fuquay, John FUQU001

Fuquay, John. "House denies spanking measure." Fayetteville Observer Thursday, May 24, 2007.

Furman, McDonald FURM002

Furman, McDonald. “Jim Smiling a Redbone. An Interesting Patriarch of Unique People in Privateer.” State (Columbia, SC). May 27, 1897

Furman, McDonald FURM001

Furman, McDonald. “Jim Smiling a Redbone: an interesting patriarch of unique people in privateer.” The State (Columbia, SC) 27 May 1897.

Futch, Michael FUTC006

Futch, Michael. “Lumbees coming home.” (Lumbees: The Trail North, Part 5.) Fayetteville Observer Sunday, 22 October 2000.

Futch, Michael FUTC005

Futch, Michael. “Lumbees look to the future.” (Lumbees: The Trail North, Part 4.) Fayetteville Observer Sunday, 15 October 2000.

Futch, Michael FUTC002

Futch, Michael. “Baltimore becomes Lumbee home away from homeland.” (Lumbees: The Trail North, Part 1.) Fayetteville Observer Sunday, 24 September 2000.

Futch, Michael FUTC001

Futch, Michael. “Lowery's band had brush with stardom.” Fayetteville Observer Sunday, 6 August 2000.

Futch, Michael FUTC007

Futch, Michael. “Burnt Swamp meets Baltimore in Baptist church.” Fayetteville Observer Sunday, 1 October 2000.

Futch, Michael FUTC010

Futch, Michael. "Cape Fear profile: Oxendine finds career in family roots [Linda Ellen Oxendine]." Fayetteville Observer September 28, 2008.

Futch, Michael FUTC004

Futch, Michael. “Center gives Lumbees a sense of community.” (Lumbees: The Trail North, Part 3) Fayetteville Observer Sunday, 8 October 2000.

Futch, Michael FUTC003

Futch, Michael. “Lumbee church changes with community.” (Lumbees: The Trail North, Part 2.) Fayetteville Observer Sunday, 1 October 2000.

Futch, Michael FUTC012

Futch, Michael. "FEMA freezes public assistance funding for Matthew relief." Fayetteville Observer [Fayetteville, NC] September 14, 2017.

Gade, Ole 498

Gade, Ole, and H. Daniel Stilwell.  “Population Dynamics of the Coastal Plains Region. Robeson County.”  North Carolina: People and Environments.  Boone, NC: Geo-App, 1986.  Pp. 135-42.

Gaillard, Frye GAIL001

Gaillard, Frye. Chapter 9, “The pride of the Lumbees.” As long as the waters flow: Native Americans in the South and the East. Winston-Salem, NC: John F. Blair, 1998.  Pp. 149-166. Key source

Gaillard, Frye 121

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

Gaillard, Frye 942

Gaillard, Frye. “Cities Contradict Lumbees’ Values.” Race Relations Reporter 2 (21 June 1971): 6-9. [PSU-MLL] Rpt. as “The Lumbees Fight Back” in News and Observer 11 July 1971: Sec. 4 pp. 1, 7.

Gaillard, Frye 24

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

Galofaro, Claire GALO001

Galofaro, Claire. "A protest in Trump Country brings home nation’s race divides." Journal Star [Peoria, IL]. Decemebr 1, 2017. 

Gamble, Douglass R. 811

Gamble, Douglass R. Pembroke Revitalization Program. Raleigh, NC: Community Development Group, North Carolina State U, 1974.

Gardner, Susan GARD003

Gardner, Susan. “Speaking of Ella Deloria: conversations with Joyzelle Gingway Godfrey, 1998-2000, Lower Brule Community College, South Dakota.” American Indian Quarterly 24.3 (Summer 2000): 456-481.

Gardner, Susan GARD001

Gardner, Susan. “Not for publication, or: on not (yet, anyway) producing bicultural Lumbee auto-ethnography.” SAIL (Studies in American Indian Literatures) 8.2 (Summer 1996): 29-45.

Gardner, Susan GARD002

Gardner, Susan. “A Native American Ogun: transforming West African belief in Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the dead.” In: Andrade, Susan Z., et al., eds. Atlantic Cross-Currents/Transatlantiques. Lawrenceville, NJ: Africa World Press, 2001. Pages 147-154.

Gardner, Susan GARD004

Gardner, Susan. “‘Weaving an epic story’: Ella Cara Deloria's pageant for the Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina, 1940-1941.” Mississippi Quarterly 60.1 (2007): 33-57.

Garfield, Ken 430

Garfield, Ken.  “United Methodists to Launch Mecklenburg Church for Indians.”  Charlotte Observer 9 June 1993: 1C.

Garland, Greg GARL001

Garland, Greg. “Proposal seeks to end Indian teams; suggested resolution would direct schools to stop nickname use.” Baltimore Sun (Maryland) Tuesday, 6 February 2001: page 1B. 737 words.

Gasparoli, Tom GASP001

Gasparoli, Tom. “Native American woman does her part to boost cultural links.” The Herald – Sun (Durham, N.C.) Sunday, December 3, 2000: page B1. 741 words.

Gavaghan, Carole GAVA001

Gavaghan, Carole. “Studio preserves joyful sounds.” Robesonian Sunday, 30 January 1994: 1D.

Gazda, Antoinette GAZD001

Gazda, Antoinette. “Through Native Eyes: The Henry Berry Lowrie Story (A Native American 'Robin Hood') - N.C. Director Van Coleman brings the legendary story of Henry Berry Lowrie to the screen.” Reel Carolina: Journal of Film and Video 5.5. (September 1999) : 8, 20, 23.

Geiger, Maurice D. 836

Geiger, Maurice D., and Kathryn Fahnestock. “Confidential Memorandum to Chief Justice Joseph Branch. Subject: Robeson County Court System.” North Conway, NH: Fund for Rural Justice, 15 Dec. 1983. 12p.

Geiger, Maurice D. 837

Geiger, Maurice D., and Kathryn Fahnestock. “A Report by the Rural Justice Center to the Chief Justice of North Carolina: An Update on Robeson County.” North Conway, NH: Rural Justice Center, [1984?] 8 p.

Gellatly, Mike GELL001

Gellatly, Mike. "Hotel refugees face deadline: Matthew victims unsure of next move." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] December 30, 2016.

Gellatly, Michael GELL002

Gellatly, Michael. "Matthew damage at $2 B[illion]." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] November 16, 2016.

Gibbs, Jeralene 674

Gibbs, Jeralene. “Leaders Optimistic About Lumbee Recognition.”  Robesonian 15 Aug. 1988: 1A.

Gilbert, Jr., William Harlan 703

Gilbert, William Harlan, Jr.  Synoptic Survey of Data on the Survival of Indian and Part Indian Blood in the Eastern United States.  Washington: Library of Congress, Legislative Reference Service, March 1947. Pp. 25-28.

Gilbert, Jr., William Harlan 701

Gilbert, William Harlan, Jr.  “Memorandum Concerning the Characteristics of the Larger Mixed-Blood Racial Islands of the Eastern United States.”  Social Forces 24.4 (May 1946): 438-47.

Gildemeister, Enrique Eugene 720

Gildemeister, Enrique Eugene.  “Local Complexities of Race in the Rural South: Racially Mixed People in South Carolina.”  Thesis.  State U of New York College at Purchase, 1977.

Gingrich, Stephanie 364

Gingrich, Stephanie.  “Area Native Promotes Indian Center’s Benefits.”  Robesonian 28 March 1989: 5A.

Gingrich, Stephanie 861

Gingrich, Stephanie. “Pembroke Woman Strives to Better the Community.” Robesonian 27 March 1989: 5A.

Godfrey, R.L. 1273

Godfrey, R. L. “Witnesses: No Fair Trial for Chavis in County.” Robesonian 14 March 1989: 1A.

Godfrey, R.L. 1264

Godfrey, R. L. “Gov. Martin Names New D.A., Judge.” Robesonian 18 Dec. 1988: 1A.

Godfrey, R.L. 864

Godfrey, R. L. “Judicial Officials, Ministers Discuss Problems of County Justice System.” Robesonian 28 June 1989: 1A.

Godfrey, R. L. 857

Godfrey, R. L. “Thompson Selected as County’s Public Defender.” Robesonian 29 Dec. 1988: 1A.

Godfrey, R.L. 365

Godfrey, R. L.  “Homecoming Renews a Sense of Tradition.”  Robesonian 1 July 1989.  Lumbee Homecoming Supplement, p. 3.

Godfrey, R.L. 1211

Godfrey, R. L. “About 4,500 Petition for Dismissal of Charges Against Hatcher, Jacobs.” Robesonian 15 Feb. 1988: 1A.

Godfrey, R.L. 1271

Godfrey, R. L. “Mrs. Cummings, Son, Each Get 26-Month Terms.” Robesonian 12 March 1989: 1A.

Godfrey, R.L. 1275

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

Godwin, Harvey, Jr. GODW002

Godwin, Harvey, Jr. “Tribal chairman: Disclosure of flood risk a necessity, especially in hard-hit areas like Robeson County [editorial].” Fayetteville Observer [Fayetteville, NC]. August 1, 2019.

Godwin, Rebecca L. GODW001

Godwin, Rebecca L. "Breaking (and Keeping) Silences: Tricksters in Josephine Humphreys's Nowhere Else on Earth." Mississippi Quarterly 65.1 (2012): 33-49.

Godwin, W.H. 597

Godwin, W. H.  “Proposed Change of Name to Siouan.”  Robesonian 26 Feb. 1934: 4.

Goins, W.W. 990

Goins, W. W. “High Purpose of Croatan Indians: A Colony in Georgia.” Robesonian 9 Sept. 1909: 4.

Goldsmith, Thomas GOLD001

Goldsmith, Thomas. "N.C. Rural Hospital Leader Worries About Looming ACA Repeal." North Carolina Health News December 7, 2016.

Gonzalez, Angela GONZ001

Gonzalez, Angela, Judy Kertesz, and Gabrielle Tayak. "Eugenics as Indian Removal: Sociohistorical Processes and the De(con)struction of American Indians in the Southeast." The Public Historian 29.3 (2006): 53-67.

Gorman, John C. 1086

Gorman, John C. “Henry Berry Lowry paper.” Unpublished manuscript. [1894?] Housed in the North Carolina Division of Archives and History, Raleigh, N.C. 26p. [Photocopy at RCPL]

Graham, Cinder H. GRAH001

Graham, Cinder H. “Clarification on Tuscarora meetings.” Carolina Indian Voice 24 December 1998: 2.

Grant, Sandra 937

Grant, Sandra. “They Work Here But Their Ties Are Elsewhere.” Baltimore Evening Sun 28 Sept. 1970: C1. Rpt. Akwesasne Notes 3.2 (March 1971): 34.

Grant, Sandra 939

Grant, Sandra. “Adjusting to Different Pace, Ways of City Life Is Difficult for Indian.” Baltimore Evening Sun 1 Oct. 1970: F1.

Grant, Sandra 938

Grant, Sandra. “Indian Study Center Is First Involving City’s Lumbees.” Baltimore Evening Sun 29 Sept. 1970: C1.

Graves, Will GRAV001

Graves, Will. "A battle for the final spot." The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). July 8, 2016

Gray, Penn 621

Gray, Penn.  “30,000 North Carolinians Vote Themselves a  Name.”  The State 19 (26 Jan. 1952): 6-7, 14.  Rpt. in Carolina Indian Voice 14 Dec. 1978: 9; 3 Nov. 1983: 10.

Gray, Penn 626

Gray, Penn.  “‘Indian Nations’ Sends Envoys to Tell Lumbees About Unity.”  Robesonian 2 Sept. 1959?


Green, Paul 287

Green, Paul.  The Last of the Lowries: A Play of the Croatan Outlaws of Robeson County, North Carolina.  New York: Samuel French, 1922.

Greenbaum, Susan GREE001

Greenbaum, Susan. “What's in a label? Identity problems of Southern Indian tribes.” Journal of Ethnic Studies 19.2 (1991):107-126.

Greenbaum, Susan GREE002

Greenbaum, Susan. “What’s in a label? Identity problems of Southern Indian tribes.” Journal of Ethnic Studies 19.2 (1991):107-126.

Gridley, Marion E. 1005

Gridley, Marion E., ed. and comp. Indians of Today. 4th ed. Chicago: Indian Council Fire Pubs., 1971.

Griffith, Bryan GRIF001

Griffith, Bryan, and Steven Camarota. "County map: Growth of adult immigrant population, 1990 to 2014. Immigrant share of adults quadrupled in 232 counties." Center for Immigration Studies, September 2016.

Griffith, Spencer GRIF002

Griffith, Spencer. "In Dire Need of a Kidney Transplant, Charly Lowry Takes a New Look at Her Life's Work." IndyWeek [Durham, NC]. January 3, 2018.

Grimsley, Will 1173

Grimsley, Will. “Robeson area is tensed as ugly rumors abound.” Winston-Salem Journal and Sentinel 26 Jan. 1958: 6A.

Gross, Ariela J. GROS002

Gross, Ariela J. “Citizenship of the little races.” What blood won't tell: a history of race on trial in America. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 2008. 111-139.

Gruson, Kerry 798

Gruson, Kerry. “Lumbees Seeking Political Power.” News and Observer [Raleigh, NC] 25 May 1970: 6.

Gustafson, Robert K. 424

Gustafson, Robert K.  “The Religion of the Lumbee Indians.”  Paper presented at the American Academy of Religion conference, New Orleans, 14 Nov. 1990.

Guyton, Nanette 368

Guyton, Nanette.  “The Pierce Family ... Gospel Music Is Their Ministry.”  Robesonian 10 Sept. 1989: C1.

Guyton, Nanette 862

Guyton, Nanette. “Official: Report Has Eased Judicial Inequities Against County’s Indians.” Robesonian 26 April 1989: 1A.

Guyton, Nanette 376

Guyton, Nanette.  “Successful Pembroke Native Encourages Students.”  Robesonian 16 Dec. 1990: 1A.

Guyton, Nanette 684

Guyton, Nanette.  “Helms Is at Odds with Lumbee Recognition Petitioners.”  Robesonian 31 May 1989: 1.

Guyton, Nanette 689

Guyton, Nanette.  “House Panel To Vote Today on Lumbee Recognition.”  Robesonian 7 Feb. 1990: 1A.

Guyton, Nanette 688

Guyton, Nanette.  “Tribal Lawyer: Ruling Will Help Chances for Lumbee Bill.”  Robesonian 19 Jan. 1990: 1A.

Guyton, Nanette 383

Guyton, Nanette.  “Pembroke Town Council Gives Support to Drama Study.”  Robesonian 3 March 1992: 1A.

Guyton, Nanette 163

Guyton, Nanette.  “School Board Hirings Spark Controversy.”  Robesonian 17 May 1989: 1A.

Guyton, Nanette 366

Guyton, Nanette.  “Lumbee Homecoming Helps Lumbees Keep in Touch with Heritage.”  Robesonian 1 July 1989.  Lumbee Homecoming Supplement, p. 9.

Guyton, Nanette 690

Guyton, Nanette.  “Lumbee Leaders Vow to Continue to Fight for Recognition.”  Robesonian 11 Feb. 1990: 1A.

Haas, Joel 327

Haas, Joel.  “Celebrating a ‘Oneness’.”  News and Observer 11 July 1971: Sec. 4 p. 1.

Habib, Ashraf HABI002

Habib, Ashraf S., et al. “Anesthetic management of a ventilator-dependent parturient with the King-Denborough syndrome.” Canadian journal of anesthesia 50.6 (2003): 589-92.

Hahn, Jonathan HAHN001

Hahn, Jonathan. “North Carolina hits the brakes on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.” The Sierra Club [Oakland, California] September 15, 2017.

Haladay, Jane HALA001

Haladay, Jane, and Scott Hicks. “By the Lumbee River with Chad Locklear’s ‘Swamp Posse.’” Narratives of educating for sustainability in unsustainable environments, edited by Haladay and Hicks, Michigan State UP, 2018, pp. 17-34.

Halberstadt, Amy HALB001

Halberstadt, Amy G., et al. "Development And Validation Of The Parents' Beliefs About Children's Emotions Questionnaire." Psychological Assessment 25.4 (2013): 1195-1210. Academic Search Complete. Web. 21 Nov. 2014.

Hall, Doug 735

Hall, Doug.  “100 Tuscaroras Rally in Raleigh.”  News and Observer 9 April 1973: 21.

Hall, Bob 835

Hall, Bob. “Bucking the System: The Success and Survival of Organized Workers in Rural, Anti-Union North Carolina.” Southern Exposure [Durham, NC: Institute for Southern Studies] 10.5 (Sept.-Oct. 1982): 66-73.

Hamilton, Lee 372

Hamilton, Lee.  “Pembroke Artist’s Work To Be Sold at SATW Auction.”  Robesonian 25 June 1990: 5A.

Hammonds, Ronald HAMM001

Hammonds, Ronald. “The strongest verdict from recent trial was that the Lumbee people have no government.” Carolina Indian Voice 25 February 1999:2.

Hammonds, Barbara HAMM003

Hammonds, Barbara. 50 poems. Baltiimore, MD: PublishAmerica, 2004.

Hammonds, Renee HAMM002

Hammonds, Renee. “People's perceptions of Lumbee Vernacular English.” Thesis. Durham, NC: North Carolina Central U, 2000. 43 pages

Hannel, Eric HANN001

Hannel, Eric. Reinterpreting a Native American Identity: Examining the Lumbee Through the Peoplehood Model. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2015.

Hannel, Eric HANN002

Hannel, Eric. "Lumbee: Reinterpreting a native american identity through peoplehood." Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanties and Social Sciences, Vol 75(12-A)(E), 2015.

Hardin, N.B. 65

Hardin, N. B.  “In Regard to Admitting Alleged Mulattoes into Indian Schools.”  Robesonian 8 March 1915: 2.

Harding, Barry HARD001

Harding, Barry. “From the Office of the Superintendent.” Carolina Indian Voice 17 December 1998: 5.

Harding, Barry HARD002

Harding, Barry. “From the Office of the Superintendent.” Carolina Indian Voice 10 December 1998: 5.

Harding, A.B. 992

Harding, A. B. “Sojourning in Georgia–A Prosperous Colony of Indians.” Robesonian 3 Oct. 1910: 3.

Harllee, William Curry BETH001

 "Account of incidents in Dillon County, South Carolina resembling those of the Lowry Band in Robeson County." In: Kinfolks: A genealogical and biographical record. By William Curry Harllee. New Orleans: Searcy & Pfaff, 1937. Volume 3, pages 2434-2435.

Harmon, Elaine Davis 1020

Harmon, Elaine Davis, comp. 1850 Federal Census of Robeson County, NC. Copied from Microfilm Roll #642. Raleigh: Elaine Davis Harmon, 1980. 

Harrell, Hannah HARR002

Harrell, Hannah Beth. “‘Slap 'em around a little if you have to but don't hurt 'em’: the Lumbees and the Ku Klux Klan rally of 1958.” M.A. U of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2011.

Harrington, Billie Jo Graham HARR003

Harrington, Billie Jo Graham. “Navigating mainstream higher education: Examining the experiences of native students using Tinto’s interactionalist’s model.” Dissertation. U of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2012.

Harrison, Eric 1208

Harrison, Eric. “Some Hail N.C. Hostage-Takers as Heroes of Oppressed.” Philadelphia Inquirer 7 Feb. 1988: C1.

Hasty, Kim HAST003

Hasty, Kim. "'Handsome Ransom' was a leader in life." Fayetteville Observer [Fayetteville, NC] Sunday, February 21, 2010.

Hasty, Kim HAST001

Hasty, Kim. “Sunday salute: Milton Hunt was a ‘true icon’ around Pembroke.” The Fayetteville Observer [Fayetteville, NC] April 25, 2015.

Hatch, Leah Joy HATC001

Hatch, Leah Joy. “An analysis of irregular verb usage in Lumbee English.” Project (Master of Education). North Carolina Central U, 1998. 36 pages.

Hatcher, Eddie TAKE001

Hatcher, Eddie, David Hardy, and Taylor Sisk. Takeover: The trials of Eddie Hatcher. Videotape. 103 min. Morrisville, NC : Take One Productions, 1997.

Hauptman, Lawrence M. HAUP001

Hauptman, Lawrence M.  “River pilots and swamp guerillas: Pamunkee and Lumbee unionists.”  In: Between Two Fires: American Indians in the Civil War.  New York: Free Press, 1995.  Pp. 65-66, 76-85.

Hawthorne, Robert M., Jr. HAWT001

Hawthorne, Robert M., Jr. “Freda Porter-Locklear.” In: American Indian biographies. Rev. ed. Ed. Carole Barrett and Harvey Markowitz. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2005. Pp. 391-392.

Hazard, Anne HAZA001

Hazard, Anne. “Lumbees exhibit heritage at Smithsonian Festival.” Fayetteville Observer 6 July 1996.

Hazel, Forest 669

Hazel, Forest. “Black, White & ‘Other’: The Struggle for Recognition.” Southern Exposure 13.6 (Nov.-Dec. 1985): 34-37.