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Johnson, F. Roy 557

Johnson, F. Roy.  The Algonquians.  Murfreesboro, NC: Johnson Pub. Co., 1972.  Vol. 2, pp. 148-50.

Johnson, Jeannette JOHN005

Johnson, Jeannette L., Jan Gryczynski, and Shelley A. Wiechelt. "HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, and hepatitis prevention needs of Native Americans living in Baltimore: In their own words." AIDS education and prevention 19.6 (2007): 531–44.

Johnson, Guy Benton 463

Johnson, Guy B.  “Dr. and Mrs. Johnson Plan Study of Indian Community.”  Pembroke Progress 12 Aug. 1948: Sec. 2 p. 1B.

Johnson, Guy Benton 398

Johnson, Guy B.  “A Survey of the Churches of Robeson County, North Carolina, 1948-1949.”  Tentative compilation: 3 Oct. 1948.  Revised introductory remarks: 20 Jan. 1950.  12 p.  [Included in entry 468].

Johnson, Guy B. 460

Johnson, Guy B.  “Personality in a White-Indian-Negro Community.”  American Sociological Review 4.4 (Aug. 1939):  516-23. Excerpted in: When Peoples Meet.  New York: Hinds, Hayden, and Eldredge, 1946.  Pp. 576-82.

Johnson, Gerald W. 291

Johnson, Gerald W.  By Reason of Strength.  New York: Milton, Balch & Co., 1930.

Johnson, F. Roy 571

Johnson, F. Roy.  The Lost Colony in Fact and Legend.  Murfreesboro, NC: Johnson Publishing Co., 1983.  Pp. 83-85.

Johnson, Guy Benton 630

Johnson, Guy B.  “What’s In a Name: The Case of the Lumbee Indians.”  Paper delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Anthropological Society, Athens, GA.  9 April 1970.  8 p.  [Included in entry 468.]

Johnson, Meighan George 479

Johnson, Meighan George.  “Social-Demographic and Role Performance Differences in Fertility in a Rural, Low-Income, Tri-Racial County.”  Diss.  North Carolina State U, 1976.

Johnson, Nancy Winora JOHN006

Johnson, Nancy Winora. "Symbolic representation in Native American Lumbee art." M. A. U of North Carolina at Pembroke, 2004.

Jones, English 793

Jones, English. “The Educational and Occupational Status of Former Students of Vocational Agriculture of Pembroke High School, Pembroke, North Carolina.” Thesis. North Carolina State College, 1959. [Not seen.]

Jones, Rhett S. JONE001

Jones, Rhett S. “Black/Indian relations: an overview of the scholarship.” Transforming Anthropology 10.1 (2001): 2-16.

Jones, J. Marshall 107

Jones, J. Marshall.  “Lumbee Boycott ‘Undetermined’ at Red Springs.”  Robesonian 28  Aug. 1970: 1.

Jones, Rosalyn Jacobs 1127

Jones, Rosalyn Jacobs. “Upward mobility: a historical narrative. The John W. Jacobs story.” Diss. (English). Middle Tennessee State U, 1983.

Jones, James JONE002

Jones, James Arthur, and Malinda Maynor. "What is progress? Desegregating an Indian school in Robeson County, North Carolina." Southern Cultures 10.2 (2004): 87-93.

Jordan, Pat 844

Jordan, Pat. “The Passions of Joe Freeman Britt.” Southern Magazine 1.6 (March 1987): 38-41, 95-99.

Jordan, Jerry Wright 1028

Jordan, Jerry Wright, comp. Cherokee by Blood: Record of Eastern Cherokee Ancestry in the US Court of Claims 1906-1910. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1987- .

Jordan, Pat 844

Jordan, Pat. “The Passions of Joe Freeman Britt.” Southern Magazine March (1987): 38-41, 95-99.

Jordan, Larry E. JORD001

Jordan, Larry E. From Virginia to Alabama and beyond: migrations of related familes from 1610 to today [Web site]. 

Joyce, Allison Harrington JOYC001

Joyce, Allison Harrington. "Language assessment of Lumbee Indian children in North Carolina." North Carolina Central U, 1999.

Joyce, Maureen JOYC002

Joyce, Maureen. "Brantley Blue, Judge, GOP Indian Official, Dies." Washington Post August 5, 1979.

Juback, Bob JUBA001

Juback, Bob. "DOJ to Monitor Robeson County Polls Tomorrow." WBTV News 13 [Myrtle Beach, SC]. November 7, 2016.

Jurgensen, Paquita 342

Jurgensen, Paquita. “Lumbee Indians: Lost Colony Descendants?” Chapel Hill Newspaper 18 June 1976.

Kang, K. 943

Kang, K.. “Mrs. Locklear Seeks New Image for Indians.” Baltimore News American 28 July 1971.

Katz, William Loren KATZ001

Katz, William Loren. “Blacks-Indians alliance has deep roots.” New York Times March 2, 1988, page A22. 413 words.

Kaye, Mary KAYE001

Kaye, Mary. “A place to be an Indian.” Sassy (New York: Fairfax Publications) 5 (November 1992): 74-5, 82-3.

Keel, Bennie C. 1066

Keel, Bennie C. “Excavations at the Red Springs Mound RB 4, Robeson County 1971.” Southern Indian Studies 22 (Oct. 1970): 17-22.

Kehoe, Alice B. 33

Kehoe, Alice B.  North American Indians: A Comprehensive Account.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1981.  Pp. 201-203.

Kelly, Deborah 166

Kelly, Deborah.  “High School Renamed for Purnell Swett.”  Robesonian 25 June 1989: 1A.

Kelly, Deborah 170

Kelly, Deborah.  “Robeson Officials Agree to Put Tap on School Funding.”  Robesonian 15 April 1990: 1.

Kennedy, Harold W. 86

Kennedy, Harold W.  “Suggests Changes in School Survey Recommendations.”  Pembroke Progress 24 June 1948: 6B.

Kenney, Andrew KENN001

Kenney, Andrew. “Slain Lumbee leader honored in Raliegh.” Newsobserver [Raleigh, NC] March 20, 2014.

Keokuk, Fanny 519

Keokuk, Fanny.  “The Croatan Indians.”  Indian Craftsman [US Indian School, Carlisle, PA] 2.3 (Nov. 1909): 22.

Kern, Bliem KERN001

Kern, Bliem. “Lloyd Oxendine: visual artist.” Artist and Influence (New York: Hatch-Billops Collection, Inc.) 7 (1994): 186-195.

Kernodle, David KERN005

Kernodle, David. "Mistake Could Cost School System Millions." February 14, 2007.

Kerns, Ursulla H. KERN003

Kerns, Ursulla H. "A comparison of lexical items in Lumbee Vernacular English from the Pembroke and Prospect communities." Thesis. Durham, NC: North Carolina Central U, 2001. 59 pages.

Kerns, Schnele KERN002

Kerns, Schnele, and Sheila J. Bridges. A dialectal application of Minspeak: the case of a 10-year-old Lumbee Indian male with Cri-du-Chat Syndrome. In: Augmentative & Alternative Communication (discipline-wide sessions). ASHA Leader 6.15 (August 29, 2001): 17 (13 pages).


Kimball, Gwen 321

Kimball, Gwen [pseud. of Robert Edward Gard].  The Puzzle of Roanoke, the Lost Colony.  New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1964.  136 p.

Kimes, Caroline M. KIME001

Kimes, Caroline M., Golden, Shannon L., Maynor, Rhonda F., Spangler, John G., Bell, Ronny A. "Lessons learned in community research through the Native Proverbs 31 Health Project." Preventing Chronic Disease: Public Health Research, Practice, and Policy, Vol 11, Apr. 17, 2014. ArtID: 130256.

King, C. Richard KING002

King, C. Richard, Stilling, Glenn Ellen Starr. “Gene Locklear.” Native Americans in Sports Vol. 1. 2004.

King, C. Richard KING001

King, C. Richard, Stilling, Glenn Ellen Starr. “Harold Collins.” Native Americans in Sports Vol. 1. 2004. 

King, C. Richard KING004

King, C. Richard, Stilling, Glenn Ellen Starr. “Joseph Bruce Oxendine.” Native Americans in Sports Vol. 2. 2004.

King, C. Richard KING005

King, C. Richard, Stilling, Glenn Ellen Starr. “Kelvin Sampson.” Native Americans in Sports Vol. 2. 2004.

King, C. Richard KING003

King, C. Richard, Stilling, Glenn Ellen Starr. “Dwight Lowry.” Native Americans in Sports Vol. 1. 2004.

Kirk, Jr., Phillip J. 1238

North Carolina. Office of the Governor. Robeson County Task Force. Interim Report. By Phillip J. Kirk, Jr., Chairman. Raleigh, 8 June 1988.

Klein, Barry T. 1012

Klein, Barry T. Reference Encyclopedia of the American Indian. Vol. 2. New York: Todd Publications, 1986.

Knick, Stanley KNIC029

Knick, Stanley, and Linda E. Oxendine. “Standing in the gap: American Indian Studies at the University of North Carolina—Pembroke.” In: Native American Studies in higher education: models for collaboration between universities and indigenous nations. Ed. Duane Champagne and Jay Stauss. Walnut Creek, CA: Altamira P, 2002. Chapter 11, pages 191-202. Key source

Knick, Stanley 1135

Knick, Stanley. “Did Henry Berry Lowrie escape Robeson to become the Modoc’s Captain Jack?” Robesonian 25 Feb. 1993: 4A.

Knick, Stanley KNIC001

Knick, Stanley. “Because it is right.”The Museum of the Southeast American Indian Center. U of North Carolina at Pembroke, 1998. Updated 29 September 2010. Key source

Knick, Stanley KNIC031

Knick, Stanley.

Knick, Stanley KNIC002

Knick, Stanley. Robeson Crossroads archaeological survey: phase II testing in Robeson County. Pembroke, NC: Native American Resource Center, Pembroke State University, 1993. 56 pages.

Knick, Stan 579

Knick, Stan.  “How Long Have the Lumbees Been Here?”  Robesonian 16 Jan. 1992: 4A.

Knick, Stanley 1071

Knick, Stanley. Robeson Trails Archaeological Survey: Reconnaissance in Robeson County. Pembroke: Native American Resource Center, Pembroke State U, 1988. North Carolina State Documents depository microfiche G85 2: R6

Knick, Stanley KNIC015

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 24 December 1998:3.

Knick, Stanley KNIC003

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 11 March 1999: 4.

Knick, Stanley KNIC011

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 14 January 1999:3.

Knick, Stanley KNIC016

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 17 December 1998:3.

Knick, Stanley KNIC004

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 18 March 1999: 6.

Knick, Stanley KNIC010

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 21 January 1999:3.

Knick, Stanley KNIC028

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 21 March 2002: 3.

Knick, Stanley KNIC012

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 28 January 1999:2.

Knick, Stanley KNIC014

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 31 December 1998:3.

Knick, Stanley KNIC008

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 4 March 1998: 6.

Knick, Stanley KNIC009

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 11 February 1999: 6. 

Knick, Stanley KNIC024

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail” (column). Carolina Indian Voice 13 August 1998: 2.

Knick, Stanley KNIC021

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 15 October 1998: 2.

Knick, Stanley KNIC026

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 17 September 1998: 2.

Knick, Stanley KNIC006

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 18 February 1999: 5. 

Knick, Stanley KNIC019

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 24 September 1998:5.

Knick, Stanley KNIC007

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 25 February 1999: 5. 

Knick, Stanley KNIC025

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 26 November 1998: 3.

Knick, Stanley KNIC020

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 29 October 1998:5.

Knick, Stanley KNIC005

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 4 February 1999: 6.

Knick, Stanley KNIC023

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 5 November 1998: 5.

Knick, Stanley KNIC022

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail [column].” Carolina Indian Voice 1 April 1999: 6.

Knick, Stanley KNIC018

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 10 December 1998:3.

Knick, Stanley KNIC027

Knick, Stanley. The Lumbee in context: toward an understanding. Pembroke, NC: Native American Resource Center, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, 2000. Key source

Knick, Stanley KNIC017

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 3 December 1998:3.

Knick, Stanley KNIC013

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail” (column). Carolina Indian Voice 7 January 1999:3.

Knick, Stanley 1402

Knick, Stanley. Along the Trail: A Reader About Native Americans. Pembroke: Native American Resource Center, Pembroke State U, 1992.

Knick, Cynthia L. HUNT012

Hunt, Cynthia L. “Looking back while walking forward (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 29 June 2000: 4.

Knotek, Steven KNOT001

Knotek, Steven E. "Utilizing culturally responsive consultation to support innovation implementation in a rural school." Consulting psychology journal 64.1 (2012): 46-62.

Kulmala, Teddy KULM001

Kulmala, Teddy. “Lowery, composer for ‘SATW!’, dies at 68.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). May 5, 2012

Kupferer, Harriet J. 491

Humphrey, John A., and Harriet J. Kupferer. “Homicide and suicide among the Cherokee and Lubee [sic] Indians of North Carolina.” International journal of social psychiatry 28.2 (Summer 1982): 121-28.

Kurland, Sheryl KURL001

Kurland, Sheryl. “Milton Hunt seeks out the answers.” Baltimore Business Journal 9.44 (27 March 1992): Sec. 1 P. 35.

Lagrone, Juanita LAGR003

Lagrone, Juanita "Artist passes on traditions, history." Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). July 17, 2016.

Lagrone, Juanita LAGR002

Lagrone, Juanita. "Teaching what she sews: quilter passes on knowledge of craft." Red Springs Citizen [Red Springs, NC] August 14, 2016.

Lagrone, Juanita LAGR001

Lagrone, Juanita. "Chavis: 'You can't teach passion.'" Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] July 31, 2016.

Lamm, Laura Ashley LAMM001

Lamm, Laura Ashley. "The journey to the crown: Meet Victoria Huggins, Miss NC." North State Journal [Raleigh, NC]. June 28, 2017.

Landry, Alysa LAND002

Landry, Alysa. “Robin Cummings: The New ‘Mayor’ at UNC Pembroke.” Indian Country Today Media Network. September 29, 2015

Lang, Melvin 743

Lang, Melvin. “Indian Life: Doubt Stemming from Ancestral Uncertainty Sparks Robeson Unease.” Durham Morning Herald 27 May 1973.

Lang, Melvin 729

Lang, Melvin.  “Fire Razes Former School for Indians in Robeson County.”  Greensboro Daily News 11 March 1973: B1.

Langdon, Sarah E. LANG001

Langdon, Sarah E., Golden, Shannon L., Arnold, Elizabeth M., Maynor, Rhonda F., Bryant Alfred, Freeman, V. Kay, Bell, Ronny A. "Lessons learned from a community-based participatory research mental health promotion program for American Indian youth." Health Promotion Practice, Vol 17(3), May, 2016. pp. 457-463.

Lapointe, Joe LAPO001

Lapointe, Joe. “Tiger Rookie Lowry: he's still a quiet guy, even on his big day.” Detroit Free Press (Michigan) 21 May 1984: 1D. (Monday).

Lark, Thomas LARK001

Lark, Thomas. “Lumbees hope for business profits.” Robesonian Monday, 21 May 2001.

Lark, Thomas LARK002

Lark, Thomas. “Lumbees seek grant.” Robesonian Monday, 18 June 2001.

Larsen, Richard B. LARS001

Larsen, Richard B. “Numbers and Angela.” College English 41.5 (January 1980): 517-23.

Larson, Norma BILL001

Larson, Norma (interviewer). North Carolina's oldest inhabitants. Interview with B. W. "Billy" Lowery. North Carolina Department of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC, 1958-1959.

Lavell, William G. 685

Lavell, William G. “Memorandum To: Deputy to the Assistant Secretary—Indian Affairs (Tribal Services). From: Associate Solicitor, Indian Affairs. Subject: Lumbee Recognition Legislation.” Washington: Office of the Solicitor, US Dept. of Interior, 23 Oct. 1989. Correspondence no. BIA.IA.0929 5p. Rpt. in House Report 101-685 (Bibliography entry 1384), House Report 102-215 (Bibliography entry 1387), and Senate Report 102-251 (Bibliography entry 1388).

Lawing, Michelle F. 562

Lawing, Michelle F.  “The origin of the Robeson County Indians: A preliminary study.”  Unpublished ms.  [N.C. Commission of Indian Affairs, 1978.]

Lawrence, R.C. 1107

 Lawrence, R. C. “Wishart and the Loweries.” The State 26 Aug. 1939: 6-7. Rpt. in Robesonian 28 Aug. 1939: 8.

Lawrence, Robert Carbelle 541

Lawrence, Robert Carbelle. “As You Love Your State, Hold Robeson.” The State of Robeson. Lumberton: J. J. Little and Ives, 1939.  Pp. 111-20.


Lawrence, R.C. 545

Lawrence, R. C.  “Background of the Croatans.”  The State 13 (20 Oct. 1945): 7.

Lawrence, R.C. 189

Lawrence, R. C.  “Pembroke Indian School.”  The State 10.42 (20 March 1943): 5, 37.

Lawson, John 505

Lawson, John. A new voyage to Carolina. 1709. Ed. Hugh Talmage Lefler. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1967. P. [69].

Le, Thuy Thanh Thi LE00001

Le, Thuy Thanh Thi, Helen Johnson-Wall, and Katherine Hu. "Lung cancer: Improving screening in rural clinic." Journal of clinical oncology 37 no. 15 supplement. May 26, 2019.

Le, Thuy Thanh Thi LE00002

Le, Thuy Thanh Thi, and Helen Johnson-Wall. "Colorectal cancer: Improving screening in a rural clinic."  Journal of Clinical Oncology 37, no. 15 supplement. May 26, 2019.

Leclerq, Matt LECL001

Leclerq, Matt. “Revels’ former boyfriend found liable.” Fayetteville Observer 26 March 2004.

LeDuff, Charlie LEDU001

LeDuff, Charlie. "At a slaughterhouse, some things never die; who kills, who cuts, who bosses can depend on race." New York Times 16 June 2000: A1. 5975 words.

Lee, Tanya H. LEE0002

Lee, Tanya H. "$380 Million More to Benefit Farmers, Ranchers in Keepseagle Compromise." Indian Country. May 2, 2016.

Lee, Winkie LEE0001

Lee, Winkie. “Walking in two worlds: Lumbee Indians preserve their identity through storytelling.” Charlotte Observer 6 November 1994: E1.

Legerton, Mac LEGE001

Legerton, Mac. “Speaking truth with power to those in power.” Fellowship (New York: Fellowship of Reconciliation, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom?) April/May 1988: 11-12.

Legerton, Mac LEGE003

Legerton, Mac. “Mac Legerton: We need better schools, not bigger schools.” The Fayetteville Observer (Fayetteville, NC). July 2, 2016.

Leland, Elizabeth 855

Leland, Elizabeth. “Robeson Sorts Out Murders.” Charlotte Observer 18 April 1988: 4A.

Leland, Eilzabeth LELA001

Leland, Elizabeth. “The land of a legend.” Charlotte Observer Sunday, 16 June 2002.

Lentz, Harris M., III LENT001

“Tatanka.” In: Biographical dictionary of professional wrestling. By Harris M. Lentz, III. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1997. P. 324.

Lerch, Patricia Barker 46

 Lerch, Patricia Barker.  “State-Recognized Indians of North Carolina, Including a History of the Waccamaw Sioux.”  Indians of the Southeastern United States in the Late Twentieth Century.  Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1992.  Pp. 44-71.

Levensky, Kay 469

Levensky, Kay.  The Performance of American Indian Children on the Draw-A-Man Test.  (National Study of American Indian Education, Series III, Assorted Papers, No. 2.)   Washington: Office of Education, 1971.

Levin, S. LEVI001

Levin, S., V. Lamar Welch, R. A. Bell, and M. L. Casper. “Geographic variation in cardiovascular disease risk factors among American Indians and comparisons with corresponding state populations.” Ethnicity & Health 7.1 (2002): 57-67.

Levitisky, Allison LEVI002

Levitsky, Allison. “Simitian studies Trump’s appeal.” The Daily Post [Palo Alto, CA]. September 16, 2017.

Lew, Barton 1022

Barton, Lew. “Searching the Family Tree.” Unpub. typescript. N.D. 

Lewis, George LEWI001

Lewis, George. “Not so well red: Native Americans in the Southern civil rights movement reconsidered.” Borderlines: Studies in American Culture (Swansea, Wales) 3.4 1996): 362-375.

Liles, Joe LILE001

Liles, Joe. “The amazing story of McLean Research Corporation.” News from Indian Country 14.5 (March 15, 2001): 18B.

Lindquist, G.E.E. 532

Lindquist, G. E. E.  “The Lost Colony of Roanoke Today.”  The Southern Workman 57.10 (October 1928): [442]-44.

Linton, Druenell E. LINT001

Linton, Druenell E. "Cardiovascular risk factors and events in the Lumbee Native Americans of North Carolina." Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) 47.4 (2006): 167A. June 4, 2006.

Litsky, Frank LITS001

Litsky, Frank. "Universities punished for coach's violations." New York Times May 26 2006, sec. D: 2.

Litty, Jamie LITT001

Litty, Jamie M. "Audience reception of targeted message themes in a health video for Lumbee women." Fulfilling our dreams by bringing all cultures together. 16th annual joint conference of the National Association of African American Studies, the National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, the National Association of Native American Studies, and the International Association of Asian Studies. National Association of African American Studies, 2007.

Litty, Jamie LITT002

Litty, Jamie M. "Coding health communication campaigns for cultural competence in Native populations: North Carolina." A perfect blend: American legacy in color. Joint conference of the National Association of African American Studies, the National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, the National Association of Native American Studies, and the International Association of Asian Studies. National Association of African American Studies, 2006.

Livermore, Mary 886

Livermore, Mary. “Odum Home for Indian Orphans.” Robesonian 15 May 1941: 3.

Locklear, Eric LOCK059

Locklear, Eric. “New group wants Lumbee people to guide government.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). April 13, 2015

Locklear, Mark LOCK014

Locklear, Mark. “COMtech earns $181,000 grant.” Robesonian 27 November 2001.

Locklear, Mark LOCK066

Locklear, Mark. "New mace honors UNCP’s history." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. November 17, 2017.

Locklear, Grady 1032

Locklear, Grady. Genealogy: A Perspective. Unpublished typescript. Feb. 1989. 394 p.

Locklear, James E. LOCK002

Locklear, James E. “Without Lumbee leadership UNC-P could lose uniqueness.” Carolina Indian Voice 4 March 1999: 2.

Locklear, Janie Maynor 1008

Locklear, Janie Maynor, and Drenna J. Oxendine, comps. Contemporary Lumbee Leaders. Pembroke: Lumbee Regional Development Association, Dec. 1974. 30 p. [Sketches on 19 leaders.]

Locklear, Mark LOCK032

Locklear, Mark. “Recognition hearing set for Sept. 17.” Robesonian Friday, September 5, 2003.

Locklear, Mark LOCK039

Locklear, Mark. "Lumbee recognition: Senate panel sets date." Robesonian Thursday, June 29 2006.

Locklear, Mark LOCK051

Locklear, Mark. "Lumbee recognition: What does it really mean?" Robesonian Monday, June 18, 2007.

Locklear, Mark LOCK021

Locklear, Mark. “Ground broken today for Pembroke group home.” Robesonian Tuesday, 28 May 2002.

Locklear, Mark LOCK024

Locklear, Mark. “County schools awarded $9.5 million in grants.” Robesonian Wednesday, 14 August 2002.

Locklear, James LOCK027

Locklear, James. “Official asks community to end strife.” Fayetteville Observer 13 Oct. 2002.

Locklear, Herbert LOCK057

Locklear, Herbert H. Hard rocks in Bolton: a novel. Glenn Dale, MD: Rising Star Publishers, 2010.

Locklear, Mark LOCK040

Locklear, Mark. “Lumbee Tribe: Goolsby Is Elected Speaker.” Robesonian January 29, 2007.

Locklear, Mark LOCK040

Locklear, Mark. "Lumbee vote put off until Aug. 2." Robesonian Wednesday, July 26 2006.

Locklear, Amy LOCK006

Locklear, Amy. “The women.” Red Ink: a Native American student publication 3.1 (Spring 1994): 12-13.

Locklear, A.W. 763

Locklear, A. W.  “The ‘Macs’ of Robeson: Hon. Hamilton McMillan and What He and Other ‘Macs’ Have Done for the Croatan Indians.”  Robesonian 6 Aug. 1908: 1.

Locklear, Tony Vincent LOCK042

Locklear, Tony Vincent. “Cultural considerations in elder abuse: The Lumbee Indian example.” Thesis (M.A., Liberal Studies). U of North Carolina at Wilmington, 2005. 80 pages.

Locklear, Arlinda BLOG042

Locklear, Arlinda. "Op-ed: Making good on a promise to the Lumbee." Fayetteville Observer. December 29, 2010. 

Locklear, Chad LOCK39a

Locklear, Chad. "Swamp Posse." Pembroke Magazine 38 (2006): 172-81.

Locklear, Mark LOCK029

Locklear, Mark. “Lumbees approve constitution change.” Robesonian 10 March 2003.