Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail” (column). Carolina Indian Voice 7 January 1999:3.
Discusses education as an issue faced by the Lumbee as well as other Indian communities. Prior to European contact, and for a time afterwards, most teaching was done by family members. The separate school system that was established for the ancestors of the Lumbee in Robeson County is similar to mission or boarding schools for Indians in that there was little instruction about Indian history or culture. Now there is an Indian education component in the public schools of North Carolina.