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Ola, Akinshiju C. 1226

Ola, Akinshiju C. “Anyone Who Doesn’t Want to Stand Up Is Crooked or Crazy.” The Guardian: Independent Radical Newsweekly 40.28 (13 April 1988): 7.

Olds, Fred A. 10

Olds, Fred A. “Croatan Indians of North Carolina.” Raleigh Times 8 Nov. 1913.

Olds, Fred A. 10

Olds, Fred A.  “Croatan Indians of North Carolina.”  Raleigh Times 8 Nov. 1913.

Olds, F. A. 8

Olds, F. A. “A Visit to the Croatan Indians.” Charlotte Observer 21 June 1908: Sec. 2 pp. 2-3, 8. Rpt. in Robesonian (Lumberton, NC) 25 June 1908: 1; 29 June 1908: 1; 2 July 1908: 1; 6 July 1908: 4.

Olds, F.A. 8

Olds, F. A.  “A Visit to the Croatan Indians.”  Charlotte Observer 21 June 1908: Sec. 2 pp. 2-3, 8.  Rpt. in Robesonian 25 June 1908: 1; 29 June 1908: 1; 2 July 1908: 1; 6 July 1908: 4.

Olds, Fred A. OLDS002

Olds, Fred A. "Indian anglers." Forest and stream. February 3, 1912: 147, 60.

Olds, Fred A. OLDS001

Olds, Fred A. “Croatan Indians of North Carolina.” Forest and stream 81 (October 11, 1913), page 458 (2 pages).

Oliver, James Ralph 416

Oliver, James Ralph.  “Development of a Campus Ministry Program by First United Methodist Church, Pembroke, North Carolina.”  Professional Project for Doctorate of Ministry.  Drew U, 1987.

Oliver, James Ralph 416

Oliver, James Ralph.  “Development of a Campus Ministry Program by First United Methodist Church, Pembroke, North Carolina.”  Professional Project for Doctorate of Ministry.  Drew U, 1987.

Oliver, James Ralph 416

Oliver, James Ralph.  “Development of a Campus Ministry Program by First United Methodist Church, Pembroke, North Carolina.”  Professional Project for Doctorate of Ministry.  Drew U, 1987.

Olson, Delmar W. 632

Olson, Delmar W.  “The Lumbee Community: A Proposal to Restore, Reactivate, Recreate, Perpetuate, Promote the Lumbee Culture and to Establish a Lumbee Identity Expressible Within the Totality of the Lumbee Community.”  Written for Lumbee Regional Development Commission.  Unpublished typescript.  5 April 1971.  5 p.

Oriole, Kim 852

Oriole, Kim. “Robeson Creates Race Panel.” Fayetteville Observer 22 March 1988: 1B.

Orlean, Susan 869

Orlean, Susan. “Killing: Pembroke, North Carolina.” Saturday Night. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1990. Pp. 95-111 passim.

Ortiz, Simon J. ORTI001

Ortiz, Simon J. “A gift to give and receive: a tribute for Indian children.” Pembroke Magazine no. 27 (1995): 43-44.

Osborne, Ozzie OSBO001

Osborne, Ozzie. “Artist works passionately with clay, sharing skills with kids.” Miami Herald (Florida) Sunday, 3 November 1991: 1B.

Outlaw, Marpessa Dawn OUTL001

Outlaw, Marpessa Dawn. “The red and the black.” Emerge 4.6 (April 30, 1993): 50.

Owen, Guy 323

Owen, Guy.  Journey for Joedel.  New York: Crown, 1970.

Owen, Howard 387

Owen, Howard.  Littlejohn.  1992.  New York: Villard Books, 1993.

Owen, Howard OWEN001

Owen, Howard. Rock of ages. Sag Harbor, NY: Permanent P, 2006.

Owens, Pamela 744

Owens, Pamela.  “Indians Rebel in Carolina.”  Southern Patriot [Southern Conference Educational Fund, Louisville, KY] 31.5 (31 May 1973): 1, 3.  Rpt. in Carolina Indian Voice 14 June 1973: 1, 3.

Owings, Alison OWIN001

Owings, Alison. “A trio of Lumbees. Pamela Brooks Sweeney, Curt Locklear, and Mary and Cummings Jacobs.”  Indian voices: Listening to Native Americans.  New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 2011.  37–61.

Oxendine, David B. OXEN007

Oxendine, David B., and Rupert W. Nacoste. "Who would claim to be that, who was not? Evaluations of an ethnic validation procedure." Journal of applied social psychology 37.7 (2007): 1594-1629.

Oxendine, Lisa OXEN006

Oxendine, Lisa Huggins. The pink begonia sister's Caribbean retreat. Lumberton, NC: That I Might Enjoy Life Ministries, 2006.

Oxendine, Joseph B. OXEN003

Oxendine, Joseph B. “Remembering 'Mr. Tom.'” Robeson Remembers (column). Robesonian Sunday, 18 June 2000, pages 1C, 5C.

Oxendine, Linda OXEN011

Oxendine, Linda. "Remembering Adolph Dial: A man for all seasons." Robesonian (Lumberton, NC) September 2, 2013.

Oxendine, Lloyd E. 331

Oxendine, Lloyd E.  “23 Contemporary Indian Artists.”  Art in America 60.4 (July-August 1972): 58-60+.

Oxendine, Clifton 196

Oxendine, Clifton, and Mrs. J. T. Sampson.  “O. R. Sampson and Anderson Locklear Memorialized at Pembroke College.”  Robesonian 22 March 1949: 4.

Oxendine, Lisa Huggins OXEN012

Oxendine, Lisa Huggins. "Critical factors related to communication of nutrition information targeting Lumbee women in Robeson County, NC." Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering, Vol 76(5-B)(E), 2015.

Oxendine, Clifton 50

Oxendine, Clifton. "A Social and Economic History of the Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina." Thesis. George Peabody College for Teachers, 1934.

Oxendine, David Bryan OXEN008

Oxendine, David Bryan. "The effects of social exclusion threat and justifications on perceived fairness of an ethnic validation procedure: Implications for Lumbee federal recognition." Dissertation. North Carolina State U, 2004.

Oxendine, Olivia OXEN013

Oxendine, Olivia. "The Elder Teachers Project: Finding promise in the past." In: American Indian Women of Proud Nations: Essays on History, Language, and Education. Ed. Cherry M. Beasley, Mary A. Jacobs, and Ulrike Wiethaus. New York: Peter Lang, 2016. Pages 92-102.

Oxendine, Reginald Lee 260

Oxendine, Reginald Lee.  "A Study of Participation in Adult Education Programs of American Indians in a North Carolina Correctional Institution."  Diss.  North Carolina State U, 1982.

Oxendine, Clifton 190

Oxendine, Clifton.  “Pembroke State College for Indians: Historical Sketch.”  North Carolina Historical Review 22.1 (Jan. 1945): 22-33.

Oxendine, Carol Smith 1023

Oxendine, Carol Smith, comp. Twelfth Census of Population, 1900. North Carolina Vol. 56 E. D.s 100-122 (Indian Population). Pembroke, NC: Lumbee Regional Development Association, 1982. [Alternate title: 1900 federal census information of Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina.] Key source

Oxendine, David Bryan OXEN009

Oxendine, David Bryan. Perceived fairness of an ethnic validation procedure: implications for Lumbee federal recognition. Saarbrucken, Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Muller, 2007.

Oxendine, Joseph OXEN004

Oxendine, Joseph. “UNC Pembroke: the decade of the 90s.” Robesonian Thursday, 13 May 1999: 4A.

Oxendine, Joseph B. OXEN001

Oxendine, Joseph B. “Indian mascots derogatory to Native Americans.” Charlotte Observer 10 March 1999.

Oxendine, Kelvin Ray OXEN010

Oxendine, Kelvin Ray. Seven generations: Ancestors of the present day Lumbee. Raleigh, NC: Lulu P, 2015. 158 p.

Oxendine, Joseph B. 905

Oxendine, Joseph B. American Indian Sports Heritage. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Books, 1988. Pp. 275, 299-303.

Oxendine, David OXEN002

Oxendine, David. “Racial identity development among Lumbee American Indian college students on a predominantly white campus.” Diss (Counselor Education). North Carolina State U, 1995. 122 pages.

O’Kane, Dan ROOT001

O'Kane, Dan. “Roots and reality: Sampson must 'have a cause' to stay on top.” Tulsa World (Oklahoma) 14 March 2000.

O’Mara, Richard OMAR002

O'Mara, Richard. “Lumbee Indians seek end to a century of questions about identity.” Baltimore Sun (Maryland) Tuesday, 12 October 1993: 1A.

Packer, Melissa PACK001

Packer, Melissa, April Oxendine, and Karen Woodell. "Syphilis Elimination in Robeson County: Challenges of Addressing the Problem among Sex Workers." North Carolina medical journal 67.5 (2006): 381-83.

Padget, Cindy D. PADG001

Padget, Cindy D. “The Lost Indians of the Lost Colony: a critical legal study of the Lumbee Indians of North Carolina.”American Indian Law Review 21.2 (1997): 391-423.

Padgett, Thomas J. 1070

Padgett, Thomas J., and J. Chris Baroody. Final report. Archaeological survey and evaluation. US 74 Maxton Bypass, Robeson and Scotland Counties. Project no. R-77. N.C. Dept. of Transportation, Jan. 1981. MS. on file, Planning and Research Branch, N.C. Dept. of Transportation. 13 p.

Padrusch, David W. AFTE001

Aftershock: Beyond the Civil War. DVD (91 min.) A History Channel production. Dir. David W. Padrusch. Prod. Matt Koed. New York : A&E Home Video; dist. by New Video, 2007. A&E Home Video item AAE-77017.

Paredes, J. Anthony PARE001

Paredes, J. Anthony. “Paradoxes of modernism and Indianness in the Southeast.” American Indian Quarterly 19.3 (Summer 1995): 341-60. Key source

Parker, Alison E. PARK002

Parker, Alison E., Halberstadt, Amy G., Dunsmore, Julie C., Townley, Greg, Bryant, Alfred, Thompson, Julie A.  "'Emotions are a window into one's heart': A qualitative analysis of parental beliefs about children's emotions across three ethnic groups: I. Introduction." Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, Vol 77(3), Sep, 2012. pp. 1-25.

Parker, Alison E. PARK003

Parker, Alison E., Halberstadt, Amy G., Dunsmore, Julie C., Townley, Greg, Bryant, Alfred, Thompson, Julie A., Beale, Karen S. "'Emotions are a window into one's heart': A qualitative analysis of parental beliefs about children's emotions across three ethnic groups: IV. Results." Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, Vol 77(3), Sep, 2012. pp. 43-80.

Parker, Alison E. PARK004

Parker, Alison E., Halberstadt, Amy G., Dunsmore, Julie C., Townley, Greg, Bryant, Alfred, Thompson, Julie A., Beale, Karen S. "'Emotions are a window into one's heart': A qualitative analysis of parental beliefs about children's emotions across three ethnic groups: V. Discussion." Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, Vol 77(3), Sep, 2012. pp. 81-106.

Parker, Alison PARK001

Parker, Alison E., et al. Emotions are a window into one's heart: a qualitative analysis of parental beliefs about children's emotions across three ethnic groups. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, vol. 77, no. 3. Ed. Collins, W. Andrew. Boston: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.

Parker Jr., Roy 931

Parker, Roy, Jr. “Lumbees Leaving Robeson for Baltimore City Life.” News and Observer 5 Nov. 1967: Sec. 1 p. 6.

Parramore, Thomas C. 36

Parramore, Thomas C.  North Carolina: The History of an American State.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1983.  Pp. 55-56, 292-94.

Parsons, Elsie Clews 286

Parsons, Elsie Clews.  “Folk-lore of the Cherokee of Robeson County, North Carolina.”  Journal of American Folklore 32.125 (July-Sept. 1919): 384-93.

Paskett, Electra PASK003

Paskett, Electra, et al. "Randomized trial of an intervention to improve mammography utilization among a triracial rural population of women." Journal of the National Cancer Institute 98.17 (2006): 1226-37.

Pate, Albert F. 1029

Pate, Albert F. “... At Your Beginnings ...” Ezekiel, Chapter 36. Goldsboro, NC: Albert F. Pate, 1988. 181 p.

Pate, Albert F. 1038

Pate, Albert F. The search for Johnny Chevin: being a poetic quest out of the most ancient records and oldest traditions for descendants of Sir Walter Raleigh's Lost Colony. Pikeville, NC: A. F. Pate, 1991.

Pate, J.L. PATE001

Pate, J.L. “Burr talks economy, Lumbee recognition.” Laurinburg Exchange [Laurinburg, NC] August 15, 2014.

Pate, J.L. 256

Pate, J. L.  “PSU Cheers Rededication of Old Main.”  Fayetteville Observer 17 Feb. 1980: 1A.

Patterson, Oscar PATT001

Patterson, Oscar, III. “The press held hostage: terrorism in a small North Carolina town.” American Journalism 15.4 (Fall 1998): 125-39.

Patterson, Dennis 673

Patterson, Dennis.  “Lumbees Await Word from Congress on Recognition.”  Charlotte Observer 3 Aug. 1988: 3E.

Patterson, Dennis 838

Patterson, Dennis. “Pembroke Editor Fights Odds to Fulfill Dream.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 8 March 1984: 2A.

Payne, Alton W. 367

Payne, Alton W. “‘A Fool’s Errand’: The Discovery of a Proto-Lumbee Language. The True Origin of the Lumbee Indians.” Unpublished typescript. Sept. 1989. 34 p.

Pearce, Haywood J. 539

Pearce, Haywood J.  “New Light on the Roanoke Colony: A Preliminary Examination of a Stone Found in Chowan County, North Carolina.”  Journal of Southern History 4.2 (May 1938): [148]-63.

Pearmain, John 1140

Pearmain, John. Report ... on Conditions of the Indians in Robeson County. Washington: Resettlement Admin., 11 Nov. 1935. [National Archives and Records Admin., Washington, DC. File 64190-1935-066-General Services.] [IERC] [Lumbee Petition, exhibit A1)5]

Pearmain, John 1139

Pearmain, John. “Reservation”: Siouan Tribe of Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina. Indian Office Handbook of Information. Washington: Bureau of Indian Affairs, U.S. Dept. of Interior, compiled Oct. 1935.

Peck, John Gregory 933

Peck, John Gregory. Education of Urban Indians: Lumbee Indians in Baltimore. (National Study of American Indian Education, Series II, no. 3.) Washington: Office of Education, Bureau of Research, Aug. 1969. ERIC ED 039 977

Peck, John Gregory 944

Peck, John Gregory. “Urban Station–Migration of the Lumbee Indians.” Diss. U of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1972. [UNC-G]

Peck, John Gregory 103

Peck, John Gregory.  “Community Background Reports: Robeson County, North Carolina: Lumbee Indians.”  The National Study of American Indian Education.  Series I, No. 1.  Final Report.  Washington: Office of Education, Bureau of Research, Aug. 1969.  12 p.  ERIC ED 039 077

Peebles, Lucy Gray 899

Peebles, Lucy Gray. “Lumbee Recreation Park Exceeds Dreams.” The Lumbee 11 Nov. 1965: 1.

Peebles, Lucy Gray 1157

Peebles, Lucy Gray. “Co-Op Will Disband After 29 Years.” The Lumbee 26 Jan. 1967: 1. [PSU-MLL]

Peguise, Tiffany 910

Peguise, Tiffany. “Coming Home: Martial Arts Expert Buffaloe Returns to Pembroke ...” Robesonian 30 June 1993: 1B.

Perdue, Theda PERD002

 Perdue, Theda. “The legacy of Indian removal.” Journal of Southern history 78. 1 (February 2012): 3–36.

Perdue, Theda 38

Perdue, Theda.  Native Carolinians: The Indians of North Carolina.  Raleigh: Div. of Archives and History, North Carolina Dept. of Cultural Resources, 1985.  Pp. 45-52.

Perdue, Theda 686

Perdue, Theda.  “Native Southerners.”  Southern Changes [Atlanta: Southern Regional Council] 11.5 (Nov. 1989): 1, 4-8.

Perseghin, G. 945

Perseghin, G. “Inner City Indians Enrolled.” Catholic Review 24 March 1972.

Peters, Brian PETE003

Peters, Brian. “Fighting isolation: How four Native women created change at UNC–Chapel Hill.” American Indian Quarterly, vol. 42, no. 3, summer 2018, pp. 344-374.

Peterson, Stacy PETE001

Peterson, Stacy. “Strong man Collins powers way to world record.” Fayetteville Observer (Fayetteville, NC) Friday, 12 January 2001.

Peterson, Stacy PETE002

Peterson, Stacy. “Dr. Ruth Dial Woods: Coming full circle.” Fayetteville Observer Sunday, 26 May 2002.

Phelps, Jodi W. PHEL001

Phelps, Jodi W. “Distinguished alumni Drs. Waltz and Louise Maynor pledge $50,000 to American Indian Studies Department.” University of North Carolina at Pembroke. May 19, 2016

Philips, Gregory BLOG039

Phillips, Gregory. "Bids sought to run Pembroke's Riverside Golf Course." Fayetteville Observer. February 17, 2011.

Phillips, Dale Ray PHIL001

Phillips, Dale Ray. “At the edge of the New World.” Ploughshares 22.2-3 (Fall 1996): 46- .  (approx. 12 pages)

Phillips, Jamarlo PHIL002

Phillips, Jamarlo. "Robeson County School Board short of funds to replace vehicles damaged after flood." December 14, 2016.

Pierce, Charles F. 1324

Pierce, Charles F. [Visit Among the Croatan Indians, Living in the Vicinity of Pembroke, North Carolina.] Report, in the Field at Pipestone, Minn., to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, U.S. Indian Service, Dept. of the Interior, 2 Mar. 1912. [National Archives and Records Admin., Washington, D.C. File 23202-1912-123 General Services.] [IERC] [Lumbee Petition, Exhibit A30] Summarized in entry 62.

Pierce, Julia PIER001

Pierce, Julia. "Julian Pierce '76: an attorney who was 'for the people.'" Of counsel [North Carolina Central University] 2003-2004: 2-3.

Pierce, Charles F. 62

Pierce, Charles F.  “The Croatan Indians of North Carolina.”  Indian School Journal [US Indian School, Chilocco, Oklahoma] 13.7 (March 1913): [303]-306.

Pierce, Julian T. 57

Lumbee River Legal Services. The Lumbee Petition.  Prepared in cooperation with the Lumbee Tribal Enrollment Office.  Julian T. Pierce and Cynthia Hunt-Locklear, authors.  Jack Campisi and Wesley White, consultants.  Pembroke, NC: Lumbee River Legal Services, 1987.

Pietila, Antero 935

Pietila, Antero. “Indian Study Center to Open.” Baltimore Sun 12 June 1970.

Pitts, Lewis 1278

Pitts, Lewis. “Available Evidence Warrants an Investigation.” Robesonian 27 April 1989: 4A.

Pitts, Myron BLOG040

Pitts, Myron. "Pitts: Tuscarara fights for hunting rights." Fayetteville Observer. January 30, 2011.

Pleasants, Paul 18

Pleasants, Paul.  “Our Mysterious Indians.”  The State [Charlotte, NC] 20.26 (29 Nov. 1952): 9-11.

Plott, Monte 1223

Plott, Monte. “Tolerance of Drugs Blamed for N.C. County’s Troubles.” Atlanta Journal and Constitution 3 April 1988: 8A.

Plott, Monte 1222

Plott, Monte. “Slain Indian Activist Eulogized as ‘Real Hero’ at N.C. Funeral Service.” Atlanta Constitution 31 Mar. 1988: 3.

Pollitt, Phoebe POLL003

Pollitt, Phoebe. “The Lumbee Indian Nurses.” Minority Nurse, Springer Publishing Company. November 19, 2015.

Pollitzer, William S. 717

Pollitzer, William S.  “The Physical Anthropology and Genetics of Marginal People of the Southeastern United States.”  American Anthropologist 74.3 (June 1972): 719-33.


Pollitzer, William S. 712

Pollitzer, William S.  “Analysis of a Tri-Racial Isolate.”  Human Biology 36 (1964): 362-73.

Pollitzer, William S. 709

Pollitzer, William S., et al.  “Hemoglobin Patterns in American Indians.”  Science 129 (23 Jan. 1959): 216.

Pollitzer, W.S. 714

Pollitzer, W. S., R. M. Menegaz-Bock, and J. C. Herion.  “Factors in the Microevolution of a Triracial Isolate.”  American Journal of Human Genetics 18.1 (Jan. 1966): 26-38.

Poole, Bob 730

Poole, Bob.  “Papers Reveal Cause of Indian Ire: Tuscaroras Didn’t Get Federal Funds.”  Winston-Salem Twin City Sentinel 17 March 1973: 1.

Porter, Kenneth W. 699

Porter, Kenneth W.  “Relations Between Negroes and Indians Within the Present Limits of the United States.”  Journal of Negro History 17.3 (July 1932): 287-367.

Porter, Peggie PORT001

Porter, Peggie. “A formula for success: Dennis Lowery has risen above his roots in poverty to head the largest Native American Indian-owned private company in the country.” The Business Journal (Charlotte, NC) 4.46 (February 19, 1990): Sec. 1 p. 8- .

Pound, Louise POUN001

Pound, Louise. “Miscellany.” American Speech 21.3 (October 1946): 227-238.

Powell, Rasby M. MARS002

Marson, Stephen M, and Rasby M. Powell. “Resolving the transportation problem in a rural community: A case study of Robeson County's (USA) solution to TANF (Temporary Aid for Needy Families).” Rural Social Work 6.1 (December 2000): 26-32.

Powell, Rasby M. MARS003

Marson, Stephen M., and Rasby Marlene Powell. “Churners: a focus group analysis of the return rate of former rural TANF recipients.” Policy & Practice of Public Human Services 58.4 (December 2000): 44-49.

Powers-Beck, Jeffrey POWE001

Powers-Beck, Jeffrey. “ ‘Chief.’ ” American Indian Quarterly 25.4 (Fall 2001): 508- (32 pages).

Presti, Susan M. 34

Public Policy and Native Americans in North Carolina: Issues for the ’80’s.  Ed. Susan M. Presti.  Raleigh: North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research, 1981.

Price, Mark 672

Price, Mark.  “‘Man with No Shoes’ Lends Lumbees Hand—Wes White, Advocate of Native Americans.”  Fayetteville Times 8 Dec. 1987: 13A.

Price, Edward T. 707

Price, Edward T.  “A Geographic Analysis of White-Negro-Indian Racial Mixtures in Eastern United States.”  Annals of the Association of American Geographers 43 (June 1953): 138-55.

Price, Bill 731

Price, Bill.  “Tuscarora Chief Offers Tribal History Account.”  Robesonian 18 March 1973: 2A.

Price, Edward Thomas 705

Price, Edward Thomas.  “Mixed Blood Populations of the Eastern United States as to Origins, Localizations, and Persistence.”  Diss.  U of California at Berkeley, 1950.  Pp. 285-91.

Price, Bill 727

Price, Bill.  “Chief of Tuscaroras Calls for Unity in Support of Wounded Knee Indians.”  Robesonian 8 March 1973: 1.

Price, Charles 971

Price, Charles. “City Has ‘Tribe’ of Croatan Indians.” Greensboro Record 2 Jan. 1963: B1.

Price, Edward T. 706

Price, Edward T.  “The Melungeons: A Mixed-Blood Strain of the Southern Appalachians.”  Geographical Review 41 (1951): 256-71.

Pritzker, Barry M. PRIT001

Pritzker, Barry M. “Lumbee.” In: Native Americans: an encyclopedia of  history, culture, and peoples. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 1998. Vol. 2, pp. 552-3.

Proctor, Victoria ROBE001

 Robeson County NCGenWeb [part of The U.S. GenWeb Project]. Maintained by Victoria Proctor. 

Proctor, James D. 515

Proctor, James D.  “The Croatan Indian: An Interesting Account of the Lost Colony.”  The Argus 22 July 1904: 4.

Prpic, George J. 553

Prpic, George J.  “Early Croatian Contacts with America and the Mystery of the Croatans: Were Some Croats Present at the Discovery of America?”  Journal of Croatian Studies 1 (1960): 6-24.

Pugh, Eneida Sanderson PUGH001

Pugh, Eneida Sanderson. “Rhoda Strong Lowry: The Swamp Queen of Scuffletown.” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 26.1 (2002): 67-81. 42 notes.

Pullen, Lisa 268

Pullen, Lisa.  “Pembroke To Mark Centennial.”  Charlotte Observer [Charlotte, NC] 5 March 1987: 5D.

Purcell, J. E., Jr. 6

Purcell, J. E., Jr. “The Croatan Indians.” Davidson College Magazine 21.6 (April 1905): 263-65.

Purcell, J.E., Jr. 6

Purcell, J. E., Jr.  “The Croatan Indians.”  Davidson College Magazine 21.6 (April 1905): [263]-65.

Purvis, Kathleen PURV002

Purvis, Kathleen. “A Lumbee feast starts Southern.” Charlotte Observer Tuesday, 11 June 2002.

Purvis, Kathleen PURV001

Purvis, Kathleen. “Tracking down a Lumbee menu.” Charlotte Observer Tuesday, 11 June 2002.

Quandt, S.A. QUAN003

Quandt, S. A., R. A. Bell, J. G. Spangler, and L. D. Case. “Osteoporosis in a multi-ethnic population: risk factors and bone mineral density.” The Gerontologist 15 October 2001: 170.

Quandt, Sara A. QUAN004

Quandt, Sara A., Spangler, John G., Case, L. Douglas, Bell, Ronny A., Belflower, Amy E. "Smokeless tobacco use accelerates age-related loss of bone mineral density among older women in a multi-ethnic rural community." Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, Vol 20(2), Jun. 2005. pp. 109-125.

Quillin, Martha QUIL001

Quillin, Martha. “Lumbee recognition could spawn casino push.” News and Observer (Raleigh, NC) Sunday, May 16, 2004.

Quillin, Martha QUIL004

Quillin, Martha. "A month after Hurricane Matthew, many in Lumberton despair of ever getting back to normal." The News & Observer [Raleigh, NC]. November 15, 2016.

Quillin, Martha 908

Quillin, Martha. “Pembroke, Home of the Braves, Shies Away from Mascot’s Image.” News and Observer [Raleigh, NC] 6 Feb. 1992: 1A.

Quillin, Martha QUIL003

Quillin, Martha. "Misery now, a struggle ahead for Robeson County after flooding from Hurricane Matthew." News and Observer [Raleigh, NC] October 15, 2016.

Quillin, Martha 363

Quillin, Martha.  “Plans Unveiled for Robeson Indian Center.”  News and Observer 1 March 1989: Sec. C p. 1.

Quinn, William W., Jr. QUIN001

Quinn, William W., Jr. “Southeastern Indians: the quest for federal acknowledgment and a new legal status.” From big game to bingo: native peoples of the Southeastern United States: a retrospective occasioned by the sesquicentennial of the great removal. Proceedings of a conference conducted at the Florida State University during March 5-7, 1987. Ed. J. Anthony Paredes and J. Leitch Wright, Jr. Pages 255-274.

Quinn, David Beers 574

Quinn, David Beers.  The Lost Colonists: Their Fortune and Probable Fate.  Raleigh: N.C. Div. of Archives and History, 1984.  Pp. 49-50.

Raab, Scott RAAB001

Raab, Scott. “Reasonable doubt.” GQ 64.3 (March 1994): 240-47, 268-70.

Rach, Amber RACH002

Rach, Amber. “Local Experts Contribute to History Channel Documentary.” UNC-Pembroke newswire Monday, February 5, 2007.

Railey, John RAIL002

Railey, John. “‘Bad’ girls: Indians posed a tricky race problem for the state.” Winston-Salem Journal Wednesday, December 11, 2002: A11.

Railey, John RAIL001

Railey, John. “Some Baptists see new day.” Winston-Salem Journal Sunday, 30 May 1999: B1, B3.

Rainbolt, Harry A. 750

Rainbolt, Harry A. “Memorandum To: Commissioner of Indian Affairs. From: Area Director, Eastern Office. Subject: Hatteras Tuscarora Indians of North Carolina.” Washington: U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Eastern Office, 26 Sept. 1975. 10 p.

Rankin, Sam 1215

Rankin, Sam. “Civil Rights Lawyer Takes Hatcher’s Case.” Fayetteville Times 2 March 1988: 1B.

Ransom, Ronald Gene 501

Ransom, Ronald Gene.  “The Tie that Binds: The Grandparent/Grandchild Relationship Among the Lumbee Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina.”  Thesis.  U of Arizona, 1989.

Reaves, Malik 414

Reaves, Malik.  “How Strong a Foundation.”  The Interpreter [Dayton, OH: United Methodist Communications] 27.8 (Nov.-Dec. 1983): 10-13.

Regan, Mary 1116

Regan, Mary. “Dark fame surrounded ‘Queen’.” News and Observer 23 Apr. 1967: Sec. 4 p. 1.

Regan, Richard REGA001

Regan, Richard. “A river too good to waste.” Christian Social Action 2 (March 1989): 14-15.

Regan, Richard 1061

Regan, Richard, and Mac Legerton. “Economic slavery or hazardous wastes? Robeson County’s Economic Menu.” Communities in Economic Crisis: Appalachia and the South. Philadelphia: Temple UP, 1990. Pp. 146-57.

Regan, Richard 1060

Regan, Richard. “Building multi-racial environmental conditions that work.” The Egg 9.4 (Winter 1989-90): 14-15.

Regan, Richard 1059

Regan, Richard. “The Lumber River, The Lumbee Indians, and GSX, Inc., Robeson County, North Carolina.” The Egg [CRESP, Cornell U, Ithaca, NY] Winter 1987-1988: 10-11.

Reichs, Kathy REIC001

Reichs, Kathy. Spider bones. New York: Scribner, 2010.

Reid, Dee 841

Reid, Dee. “‘Killer DA’: In First 28 Months on Job, He Won 23 Death Verdicts.” National Law Journal 7.2 (17 Sept. 1984): 1, 8-9.

Reising, R.W. 384

Reising, R. W.  “Literary Depictions of Henry Berry Lowry: Mythic, Romantic, and Tragic.”  MELUS 17.1 (Spring 1991-1992): 87-103. Key source

Reising, Robert W. REIS001

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