Archaeology

Key Sources

Record Number Citation
KNIC001

Knick, Stanley. “Because it is right.” The Museum of the Southeast American Indian Center. U of North Carolina at Pembroke, 1998. Updated 29 September 2010. Key source

Sources

Record Number Citation
ROBE16

"Tribe gets Smithsonian showcase [Editorial]." The Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. September 1, 2017.

DOUB001

“A double dose of bad news.” Robesonian August 21, 2014.

KNIC007

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 25 February 1999: 5. 

KNIC009

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 11 February 1999: 6. 

DEGR001

Degregory, Lane. “Fragments of day-to-day living recovered in Outer Banks digs.” The Virginian-Pilot (Norfolk) 5 March 1996: B1.

KNIC002

Knick, Stanley. Robeson Crossroads archaeological survey: phase II testing in Robeson County. Pembroke, NC: Native American Resource Center, Pembroke State University, 1993. 56 pages.

1073

Menges, Jerri. “Archaeology opens doors for Indian students.” Robesonian 7 May 1989: C1. 

1072

“Study Reveals Indians Inhabited Robeson County 14,000 Years Ago.” Robesonian 7 Nov. 1988: B1.

1071

Knick, Stanley. Robeson Trails Archaeological Survey: Reconnaissance in Robeson County. Pembroke: Native American Resource Center, Pembroke State U, 1988. North Carolina State Documents depository microfiche G85 2: R6

1070

Padgett, Thomas J., and J. Chris Baroody. Final report. Archaeological survey and evaluation. US 74 Maxton Bypass, Robeson and Scotland Counties. Project no. R-77. N.C. Dept. of Transportation, Jan. 1981. MS. on file, Planning and Research Branch, N.C. Dept. of Transportation. 13 p.

1068

McLean, David, and Michael Sellon. Documentary research of historic and pre-historic sites located in the Lumber River basin (d.o. DACW60-78-M-0503). 2v. Prepared for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston District, 1978. Ms. on file, St. Andrews Presbyterian College.

1069

Wetmore, Ruth Y. “Report on excavations at the Buie Mound, Robeson County, North Carolina.” University of South Carolina. Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology. Notebook 10 (1978): 30-71.

1067

McLean, David A. “Project BOR 15-500 LWCF: Robeson County Recreation and Parks Commission, Lumberton, NC: Archaeological Reconnaissance.” 17 Dec. 1976. 14p. Report no. 5 in: North Carolina Archaeological Council Publication No. 3. Raleigh: Archaeological Council and the Archaeology Branch, Div. of Archives and History, N.C. Dept. of Cultural Resources, 1977.

1066

Keel, Bennie C. “Excavations at the Red Springs Mound RB 4, Robeson County 1971.” Southern Indian Studies 22 (Oct. 1970): 17-22.

1065

Watts, Carroll. “Robeson County ‘dig’ reveals clues of former occupants.” Robesonian 30 Aug. 1970: 5B.