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Digital Scholarship and Initiatives
Walking in two worlds: Lumbee Indians preserve their identity through storytelling
Towards the understanding of ethnic distinction and r-lessness in multi-ethnic southern communities: a study of Lumbee Indian Vernacular English
The Religion of the Lumbee Indians.
The prosodic rhythm of two varieties of Native American English.
Sylvester Long, Buffalo Child Long Lance.
Southeastern Indians: the quest for federal acknowledgment and a new legal status.
Racial identity and the federal recognition process: a case study of the Lumbee Indians.
Osteoporosis in a multi-ethnic population: risk factors and bone mineral density.
On the construction of vernacular dialect norms
Intra-ethnic differentiation and cross-ethnic English