Bibliography Items by Author (first author only)

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O'Brien William A truth to set them free: scenes from Robeson County
O'Connor Paul Dr. Givens Asks for Chance: ‘To Show What I Can Do’.
O'Connor Paul Turner Rebuts Locklear’s Criticism.
O'Connor Paul Indians Appeal for Unity at Protest Rally.
O'Connor Paul Lumbee-HEW Meeting: ‘Limited Success’.
O'Connor Paul PSU Chancellor Selection Process Hit.
O'Connor Paul Friday Expected to Name Givens as PSU Chancellor.
O'Mara Richard Among Lumbees, Locklear is the name of the game
Oakley Christopher Arris The legend of Henry Berry Lowry: Strike at the Wind! and the Lumbee Indians of North Carolina
Oakley Christopher Arris When Carolina Indians went on the warpath': The media, the Klan, and the Lumbees of North Carolina.
Oakley Eve James Lowery: Seeking the Truth.
Ocean T. Southern poison: a Jersey Barnes mystery.
Ohles John F. Public Colleges and Universities.
Okuda-Jacobs Angelina Planting health, culture and sovereignty: traditional horticulture of the Lumbee Nation of North Carolina.
Ola Akinshiju C. Newspaper Office Seized in Protest
Ola Akinshiju C. Anyone Who Doesn’t Want to Stand Up Is Crooked or Crazy
Ola Akinshiju C. It Is the People Who Have Brought Justice, Not the System
Olds F. A. A Visit to the Croatan Indians
Olds F.A. A Visit to the Croatan Indians.
Olds Fred A. Croatan Indians of North Carolina
Olds Fred A. Indian Anglers.
Olds Fred A. Croatan Indians of North Carolina.
Olds Fred A. Croatan Indians of North Carolina.
Oliver James Ralph Development of a Campus Ministry Program by First United Methodist Church, Pembroke, North Carolina.
Oliver James Ralph Development of a Campus Ministry Program by First United Methodist Church, Pembroke, North Carolina.
Oliver James Ralph Development of a Campus Ministry Program by First United Methodist Church, Pembroke, North Carolina.
Olson Delmar W. The Lumbee Community: A Proposal to Restore, Reactivate, Recreate, Perpetuate, Promote the Lumbee Culture and to Establish a Lumbee Identity Expressible Within the Totality of the Lumbee Community.
Oriole Kim Robeson Creates Race Panel
Orlean Susan Killing: Pembroke, North Carolina
Ortiz Simon J. A gift to give and receive: a tribute for Indian children
Osborne Ozzie Artist works passionately with clay, sharing skills with kids.
Outlaw Marpessa Dawn The red and the black
Owen Guy Journey for Joedel.
Owen Howard Littlejohn.
Owen Howard Rock of ages.
Owens Pamela Indians Rebel in Carolina.
Owings Alison A trio of Lumbees. Pamela Brooks Sweeney, Curt Locklear, and Mary Ann Cummings Jacobs
Oxendine Carol Smith Twelfth Census of Population, 1900. North Carolina Vol. 56 E. D.s 100-122 (Indian Population)
Oxendine Clifton A Social and Economic History of the Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina
Oxendine Clifton Pembroke State College for Indians: Historical Sketch.
Oxendine Clifton O. R. Sampson and Anderson Locklear Memorialized at Pembroke College.
Oxendine David Racial identity development among Lumbee American Indian college students on a predominantly white campus
Oxendine David B. Who would claim to be that, who was not? Evaluations of an ethnic validation procedure.
Oxendine David Bryan The effects of social exclusion threat and justifications on perceived fairness of an ethnic validation procedure: Implications for Lumbee federal recognition.
Oxendine David Bryan Perceived fairness of an ethnic validation procedure: implications for Lumbee federal recognition.
Oxendine Joseph UNC Pembroke: the decade of the 90s.
Oxendine Joseph B. Indian mascots derogatory to Native Americans
Oxendine Joseph B. Remembering 'Mr. Tom.'
Oxendine Joseph B. American Indian Sports Heritage
Oxendine Kelvin Ray Seven generations: Ancestors of the present day Lumbee
Oxendine Linda Remembering Adolph Dial: A man for all seasons
Oxendine Lisa The pink begonia sister's Caribbean retreat.
Oxendine Lisa Huggins Critical factors related to communication of nutrition information targeting Lumbee women in Robeson County, NC.
Oxendine Lloyd E. 23 Contemporary Indian Artists.
Oxendine Olivia The Elder Teachers Project: Finding promise in the past
Oxendine Reginald Lee A Study of Participation in Adult Education Programs of American Indians in a North Carolina Correctional Institution.
O’Kane Dan Roots and reality: Sampson must 'have a cause' to stay on top
O’Mara Richard Lumbee Indians seek end to a century of questions about identity