Bibliography Items by Author (first author only)

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Dalesio Emery P. Robeson County remains state's most diverse racial mix
Dane J.K. The Collective Identity of Marginal Peoples: The North Carolina Experience.
Daniel G. Reginald Triracial isolates: runaways and refuseniks
Daniel G.R. Passers and Pluralists: Subverting the Racial Divide.
Daniels Stephen Lumbee casino gambling: Would another casino be good for North Carolina?
Dannenberg Clare J. Ethnic identity and grammatical restructuring: be(s) in Lumbee English
Dannenberg Clare J. The roots of Lumbee language
Dannenberg Clare J. Grammatical and phonological manifestations of null copula in a tri-ethnic contact situation
Dannenberg Clare J. Sociolinguistic constructs of ethnic identity: the syntactic delineation of an American Indian English
Dannenberg Clare J. Towards the understanding of ethnic distinction and r-lessness in multi-ethnic southern communities: a study of Lumbee Indian Vernacular English
Dannenberg Clare J. Moving toward a diachronic and synchronic definition of Lumbee English
Dannenberg Clare J. Grammatical and phonological manifestations of null copula in a tri-ethnic contact situation
Dannenberg Clare J. Sociolinguistic constructs of ethnic identity: the syntactic delineation of Lumbee English
Dart A.D. Raleigh’s Lost Colony.
Davidson Cameron The riddle of the Carolina bays
Davidson Margie Indian Women Look to the Future
Davis Adam Clarke Fertility Behavior in a Tri-Racial, Low Income Rural County.
Davis E. Dale The Lumbee Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina, and Their Schools.
Davis Owen Robeson Indian Takes Helm at Lumbee Bank
Davis Tom Devotion to the people: the legacy of Helen Scheirbeck.
Deese Brenda Ordinary people: Untucking oral teachings, traditions, and stories in Souteastern [sic] Indians.
Deese James W. Believes It to Be ‘Will of God’ to Protect the Indian Heritage.
Degregory Lane Fragments of day-to-day living recovered in Outer Banks digs.
Deifell David Chapman A violation of human rights: a postmodern critique of the Federal Acknowledgment Program including a case study on the Lumbee Indians.
Deitsch Richard New world order: after years of battling for fair opportunities, people of color are finally running the show (in some places) and driving the economics of sports [The 101 most influential minorities in sports]
Deloria Ella Cara The Life-Story of a People
Deloria, Jr. Vine Introduction. Speaking of Indians.
Deloria, Jr. Vine A Better Day for Indians.
DeMarce Virginia Easley ‘Verry Slitly Mixt’: Tri-Racial Isolate Families of the Upper South–A Genealogical Study.
DeMarce Virginia Easley Looking at legends: Lumbee and Melungeon: applied genealogy and the origins of tri-racial isolate settlements.
Dempsey Hugh A. Sylvester Long, Buffalo Child Long Lance.
Dennis Henry The American Indian, 1492-1974: A Chronology and Fact Book.
deRus Jacquet Aurélie Lumbee traditional medicine: Neuroprotective activities of medicinal plants used to treat Parkinson's Disease-related symptoms
DeVane Steve Coal ash pond leaking into Robeson County swamp, groups say
Devane Steve Professor: Pipeline to negatively affect economy via climate change
Dew Joe Drug Money a Powerful Lure in Robeson
Dew Joe Minorities Seeing Changes in Robeson County
Deyhle Donna Insider-outsider: researchers in American Indian communities
Dial Adolph Lumbee Indians of North Carolina and Pembroke State University.
Dial Adolph L. The Adolph Dial tapes.
Dial Adolph L. The only land I know: A history of the Lumbee Indians
Dial Adolph L. The Lumbee
Dial Adolph L. Lumbee Indians.
Dial Adolph L. The Lumbee Indians: Still a Lost Colony?
Dial Adolph L. The Lumbees: From Adversity to Progress.
Dial Adolph L. From Adversity to Progress.
Dial Adolph L. Lumbee Indians.
Dial Heather Struggling for voice in a Black and White world: Lumbee Indians’ segregated educational experience in North Carolina.
Dial Heather Kimberly Chapter 10. Struggling for voice in a Black and White world: The Lumbee Indians' segregated educational experience in North Carolina.
Diaz Rosemary Jana: powerful pop music with a Native soul.
Dignan Mark B. Health education to increase screening for cervical cancer among Lumbee Indian women in North Carolina.
Dixon Laura Beth Minority Group Status and Fertility in a Tri-Racial, Rural Population.
Dobie Kathy Murder by the road in Robeson County
Docherty S. L. Poverty as context for the experience of low-income Lumbee Indian mothers with a medically fragile infant.
Dolasinski Amanda Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina to host gospel festival Oct. 4 [2014]
Dolasinski Amanda Disaster: Robeson County worst off in state; 'I felt like I wanted to die... We got what we could, the rest is underwater.'
Dolasinski Amanda Lawmakers hopeful for Lumbee recognition
Dolinski Amanda Lumbee Tribal Council financial committee meeting ends abruptly after confusion over housing loan ordinance
Doster Woody Lumbees Must Organize to Get Slice of BIA Budget.
Douglas Donnie Senate unanimously passes SB 554
Douglas Hector Story of Henry Berry Lowry, as chronicled in the new movie Through Native Eyes.
Duara Nigel Flooding, rescues and then a fatal shooting: Patience wears thin in North Carolina
Dubin Murray It's official: they're American Indian, so they can get married
Duensing Ed Campfires: Legends and Tales of the Eastern Indians
Dunbar Gary S. The Hatteras Indians of North Carolina.
Dunlap A.R. The Speech of the Croatans.
Dunlap A.R. Trends in the Naming of Tri-Racial Mixed-Blood Groups in the Eastern United States.
Dunnagan Claude Henry Lowery’s private six-year war against the South.
Durant David N. Raleigh’s Lost Colony.
Durant David N. Raleigh’s Lost Colony.
Duval Ashley UNCP seeks new image.