United Native Instruction to Youth: An Indian Studies Curriculum for Grades K-5 and 8-9. Developed by Title IV Part A, Robeson County Compensatory Indian Eduction Project and Robeson County Board of Education. 1979. [IERC] [PSU-MLL] Also ERIC ED 219 214.
Education and Schools
The Indians of Robeson County: A People Proud and Free. Videotape series. Lumberton: Robeson County Compensatory Indian Education Project, 1979? [IERC]
1987 North Carolina Session Laws ch. 605, “An Act to Merge All of the School Administrative Units in Robeson County, Subject to a Referendum.” 13 July 1987.
1929 North Carolina Public Laws ch. 195, “An Act to Amend Ch. 126, Public-Local Laws 1921 ... and Prescribe the Racial Qualifications of Those Seeking Admission into Cherokee Indian Normal School … and in the Common Schools of Robeson County for the Indian Race.” 16 March 1929.
Goins et al. v. Board of Trustees of Indian Normal Training School at Pembroke, 169 NC 736, 86 SE 629 (27 Oct. 1915).
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.
1911 North Carolina Public Laws ch. 168, “An Act to Empower the Trustees of the Indian Normal School of Robeson County to Transfer Title to Property of Said School by Deed to State Board of Education, and to Provide for the Appointment of Trustees for Said School.” 8 March 1911. Rpt. in McPherson (entry 49), Exhibit L11 and Dial and Eliades (entry 54), Appendix B.
1909 North Carolina Public Laws ch. 720, “An Act to Provide Separate Schools for the Indian Race in Scotland County.” 6 March 1909.
Barton, Bruce. “Robeson County Indian Migration to the Claxton, Georgia Area.” Unpublished typescript. Dec. 1985. 300p. [IERC]
Tilley, Greta. “Indians’ Image Barrier in School.” Greensboro Record 3 July 1975: B1.