This site is designed to provide a comprehensive, scholarly, online resource for information on the Lumbee Indians and related topics. For more information about this site and a general overview of how it was compiled, please refer to the page, "About this site."
Featured Bibliography Item
By: Haladay, Jane
In this book chapter, Jane Haladay and Scott Hicks (the book’s editors) describe their approach to teaching Chad Locklear’s short story, “Swamp Posse” (2006) in an Environmental Literature course at UNC-Pembroke, where both Lumbee and non-Lumbee students are enrolled.
From the annotation...
Jane Haladay and Scott Hicks use the short story “Swamp Posse” as the first course text in their Environmental Literature course at UNC-Pembroke because it effectively serves several functions: (1) eliciting, through classroom discussion, the knowledge of Lumbee students in the class about Robeso
Lowery is an ethnohistorian who has published many works on her tribe, the Lumbee Indians. She is also a documentary film producer. Her works include a book, Lumbee Indians in the Jim Crow South (2010) and a film, Real Indian (1996). She is an Associate Professor, History, at UNC-Chapel Hill and also directs the Southern Oral History Project there. She taught Native American Studies at Harvard from 2005-2009 (cv). She was the Raleigh News and Observer's Tar Heel of the Week for July 13, 2013.
[Entry written 09/08/2016]