Education–-higher, and UNC-Pembroke

Key Sources

Record Number Citation
KNIC029

Knick, Stanley, and Linda E. Oxendine. “Standing in the gap: American Indian Studies at the University of North Carolina—Pembroke.” In: Native American Studies in higher education: models for collaboration between universities and indigenous nations. Ed. Duane Champagne and Jay Stauss. Walnut Creek, CA: Altamira P, 2002. Chapter 11, pages 191-202. Key source

HUNT017

Hunt, Elmer W. The Elmer W. Hunt photograph collection. U of North Carolina at Pembroke Library, Pembroke, NC, 1953-1973. Key source

Sources

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UNCP007

"UNC Pembroke, Lumbee Tribe make Riverside a cross-country site." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] August 11, 2016.

SHIL045

Shiles, Bob. "Getting schooled on art." St. Pauls Review. June 26, 2016

PHEL001

Phelps, Jodi W. “Distinguished alumni Drs. Waltz and Louise Maynor pledge $50,000 to American Indian Studies Department.” University of North Carolina at Pembroke. May 19, 2016

LAND002

Landry, Alysa. “Robin Cummings: The New ‘Mayor’ at UNC Pembroke.” Indian Country Today Media Network. September 29, 2015

SHIL036

Shiles, Bob. “Tribe lands $2.4M grant – Will fund county educational partnership.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). September 25, 2015

STAF003

Staff Report. “Museum debuts movie about Lumbee teachers.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). September 5, 2015

UNCP008

“UNCP: New logo will include Old Main.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] August 28, 2014.

UNCP007

“UNCP begins oral history project.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] August 25, 2014.

LUMB018

“Lumbee Citizen to Coordinate Southeast American Indian Studies at UNCP.” Indian Country Media Network Today. August 22, 2014.

LOWE002

Lowery, Malinda Maynor. "In memorium [Helen Maynor Scheirbeck]." Journal of American Indian Education 50 (2011): 12.

ATTO001

"Attorney tapped for commencement [UNC-Pembroke; Arlinda Locklear]." Laurinburg Exchange [Laurinburg, NC] March 10, 2013.

ELLI002

Elliott, Walker. "'I Told Him I'd Never Been to His Back Door for Nothing': The Lumbee Indian Struggle for Higher Education under Jim Crow." North Carolina Historical Review 90.1 (2013): 49-87.

HARR003

Harrington, Billie Jo Graham. “Navigating mainstream higher education: Examining the experiences of native students using Tinto’s interactionalist’s model.” Dissertation. U of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2012.

BLOG019

"Dr. Kyle R. Carter named chancellor of UNCP." University of North Carolina at Pembroke News & Events. April 9, 2010. 

BLOG021

"Pioneering attorney honored with scholarship." Laurinburg Exchange Friday, June 12, 2009.

FUTC010

Futch, Michael. "Cape Fear profile: Oxendine finds career in family roots [Linda Ellen Oxendine]." Fayetteville Observer September 28, 2008.

NEAL001

Nealy, Michelle J. “Native roots and a multicultural future.”  Diverse Issues in Higher Education 25.17(2008): 30-31.

PITT001

"Pitts, Swett named to UNC Board of Governors." Fayetteville Observer Wednesday, April 4, 2007.

UNCP006

“UNCP to Gain Designation.” Robesonian July 5, 2005.

JAEN003

Jaenicke, Michael. “N. C. woman to specialize in Native American studies at Harvard.” Associated Press State and Local Wire Sunday, May 29, 2005. 1085 words

MOTT002

Mott, Vivian W. "The role of culture in continuing professional education: An examination of epistemology and reflection among Native American women." The Cyril O. Houle Scholars in Adult and Continuing Education Program global research perspectives. Ed. Cervero, Ronald M. Vol. 4. Athens, GA: Department of Adult Education, U of Georgia, 2004. 127-37.

THRA001

Thrasher, Alice. “Universities work on diversity.” Fayetteville Observer May 9, 2003.

LOCK022

Locklear, Mark. “Meadors accepts invite.” Robesonian 24 June 2002.

BIGE001

Bigelow, Scott. “Scholarship established to honor Dexter Brooks.” Press release, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, 17 April 2002.

DAVI001

Davis, Tom. “Devotion to the people: the legacy of Helen Scheirbeck.” Tribal College: Journal of American Indian Higher Education 12.4 (August 31, 2001): 33- .

UNCP005

“UNCP is a national leader in the education of Native Americans.” Carolina Indian Voice 9 August 2001: 6.

STAN001

Stancill, Jane. “Pembroke Eyes Its Market.” News and Observer (Raleigh, N.C.) 25 June 2001: 1B, 3B. 1175 words.

BART012

Barton, Bruce. “As I See It (column): White male files discrimination complaint at RCC.” Carolina Indian Voice 18 May 2001: 2.

YATE001

Yates, Eleanor Lee. “Keeping the faith.” Community College Week 13.20 (May 14, 2001). 3 pages.

DUVA001

Duval, Ashley. “UNCP seeks new image.” Fayetteville Observer Wednesday, 4 April 2001.

WITT018

Witten, Scott. “RCC on Probation.” Robesonian Wednesday, 6 December 2000: 1A, 10A.

UNCP004

“UNCP receives grant to solve teacher shortage.” Carolina Indian Voice 20 July 2000: 1.

BART011

Barton, Bruce. “UNC-Pembroke seeks new image.” (Editorial column--“As I See It.”) Carolina Indian Voice Thursday, 5 April 2000: page 2.

JENK004

Jenkins, Venita. “Meadors: Time to 'beat the bushes.'” Robesonian Friday, 3 September 1999: 1A, 8A.

OXEN004

Oxendine, Joseph. “UNC Pembroke: the decade of the 90s.” Robesonian Thursday, 13 May 1999: 4A.

JENK002

Jenkins, Venita. “Meadors to succeed Oxendine.” Robesonian Saturday, 10 April 1999: 1A, 10A.

MOOR003

Moore-Cummings, Wendy. “Time for talking is passed.” Carolina Indian Voice 25 March 1999:2.

DRRU001

“Dr. Ruth Dial Woods named to UNC Board of Governors.” Carolina Indian Voice 25 March 1999:1.

CHAV001

Chavers, Dean. “Some serious questions for the UNC-P Chancellor's Search Committee and other leadership.” Carolina Indian Voice 18 March 1999:2.

DRJA001

“Dr. James B. Chavis to retire.” Carolina Indian Voice 11 March 1999: 2.

LOCK002

Locklear, James E. “Without Lumbee leadership UNC-P could lose uniqueness.” Carolina Indian Voice 4 March 1999: 2.

CHAN001

“Chancellor search down to 12 candidates.” Carolina Indian Voice 25 February 1999:1.

BART002

Barton, Garry Lewis. “Why'd y'all slap my daddy's face?” Carolina Indian Voice 18 February 1999: 2.

DRJO001

“Dr. Joseph Oxendine should apologize to the Indian community....his actions do not reflect pride in the Indian community.” Carolina Indian Voice 18 February 1999:2.

BROO001

Brooks, Paul. “A letter from the Indian Commission to President Molly Broad.” Carolina Indian Voice 18 February 1999:2.

UNCP001

“UNCP unveils statue.” Carolina Indian Voice 18 February 1999:1.

INDI001

“Indians lose chance at the UNC-Pembroke chancellor position unless...they rise up in righteous indignation!” Carolina Indian Voice 11 February 1999:1.

CAMP001

“Campuses struggle anew.” News & Observer (Raleigh, North Carolina) 11 February 1999: A1.

PUBL001

“The public speaks out on search for UNCP chancellor.” Carolina Indian Voice 5 November 1998: 4.

JENK001

Jenkins, Venita. “UNCP to honor, say good-bye to James Chavis.” Robesonian 23 April 1998: 1A.

SORE001

Sorensen, Barbara. “American Indian sisterhood: the Alpha Pi Omega Sorority and the Universities of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Pembroke.” Winds of Change (annual college guide) 1998 supplement: 92-93.

STIN001

Stinneford, Mark. “Pembroke State name change approved by UNC board.” Fayetteville Observer-Times Sunday 13 April 1996.

SANO001

Sanoff, Henry.  “Pembroke State University, Native American [Resource] Center.” In: School Design.  New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1994.  Pp. 169-173.

283

“Oxendine Attends Indian Conference.”  Robesonian 18 Nov. 1992: 6A.

282

Bridges, Elinor.  “PSU Library’s History Linked to Progress.”  Robesonian 26 April 1992: C1.

281

“Getting Heads Together to Educate in Robeson.”  Robesonian 14 Feb. 1991: 4A.

280

“Class of ’35’s Howard Oxendine Remembers Indian Normal’s Song.”  Robesonian 8 Feb. 1991: 8B.

279

Warren, Gene.  “Prine Retiring After 48 Years at PSU.”  Robesonian 10 Jan. 1991: 6A.

278

Warren, Gene.  “PSU’s Chancellor Happy with his First Year in Office.”  Robesonian 1 July 1990: 1C.

277

Culbreth, John.  “Oxendine Installed as Chancellor, Pledges PSU to Community Service.”  Robesonian 29 Oct. 1989: 1A, 10A.

276

Rives, Julie Powers.  “A native son returns as cool healer, 40 years later.”  News and Observer (Raleigh, NC) 30 July 1989: 3D.  Rpt. in Carolina Indian Voice 3 Aug. 1989: 2.

275

Warren, Gene.  “New PSU Chancellor Wants ‘To Impact on the Community’.”  Robesonian 29 June 1989: 14A.

274

Warren, Gene.  “PSU’s ‘Givens Era’ Keyed to Personal Diplomacy.”  Robesonian 30 April 1989: C1.

273

Talbert, Malissa.  “County Group Supports Oxendine for PSU Post.”  Robesonian 6 April 1989: B1.

273

Talbert, Malissa.  “County Group Supports Oxendine for PSU Post.”  Robesonian 6 April 1989: B1.

272

“Indian Wanted as Head of PSU.”  Winston-Salem Journal  26 Dec. 1988: 34.

271

Witten, Scott.  “Discussion at PSU Forum Centers on Race of School’s Next Chancellor.”  Robesonian 15 Nov. 1988: 1A.

269

269.     Wilson, Bonnie.  “Squabble Resurfaces Over PSU Name-Change Proposal.”  Fayetteville Times 29 June 1987: B1.

268

Pullen, Lisa.  “Pembroke To Mark Centennial.”  Charlotte Observer [Charlotte, NC] 5 March 1987: 5D.

267

Seessel, Adam.  “Pembroke State Remembers Its Indian Heritage.”  News and Observer 31 Aug. 1986: 41A.

264

Eliades, David K., and Linda Ellen Oxendine.  Pembroke State University: A Centennial History.  Columbus, GA: Brentwood UP, 1986.  110 p.

265

Ohles, John F., and Shirley M. Ohles.  Public Colleges and Universities.  New York: Greenwood, 1986.  Pp. 565-66.

266

Warren, Gene, ed.  Centennial Report, 1887-1987.  Pembroke: The University, 1986?  30 p.

263

Evans, R. L.  “Opposition to Proposed Name Change of Pembroke State University Surfaces.”  Fayetteville Observer 4 Dec. 1984: 1B.

262

Church, Leon H.  “Riddle of History Solved in Lebanon.”  The Lebanon Advertiser [Lebanon, IL] 6 June 1984: 5.  Rpt. in Carolina Indian Voice 12 July 1984: 1, 7.

261

Lowry, Jason B.  “Letter to Gene Warren, PSU, Director of Public Information.”  Unpublished typescript.  Jan. 1984.  37 p.

260

Oxendine, Reginald Lee.  "A Study of Participation in Adult Education Programs of American Indians in a North Carolina Correctional Institution."  Diss.  North Carolina State U, 1982.

259

“Dr. English Jones Dies After Extended Illness.”  Carolina Indian Voice 21 May 1981: 1-2, 8.  Rpt. in Carolina Indian Voice 20 Jan. 1983: 13A.

258

Wright, Bill.  “Givens Believes ‘He’s Accepted’.”  Fayetteville Observer 9 May 1980: 1B.

257

Sharpe, John.  “Old Main History Series Is Planned.”  Robesonian 17 Feb. 1980: 1D.

255

Lynn, Lynette.  “Old Main Rededicated Saturday.”  Robesonian 17 Feb. 1980: 1.

255

Lynn, Lynette.  “Old Main Rededicated Saturday.”  Robesonian 17 Feb. 1980: 1.

256

Pate, J. L.  “PSU Cheers Rededication of Old Main.”  Fayetteville Observer 17 Feb. 1980: 1A.

254

Henshaw, Diana M.  "An Analysis of Barriers to Post-Secondary Educational Participation by Mature Women."  Diss.  North Carolina State U, 1980.

LARS001

Larsen, Richard B. “Numbers and Angela.” College English 41.5 (January 1980): 517-23.

253

Warren, Gene.  “Givens Seeks Greater Cooperation.”  Robesonian 2 Oct. 1979: 11.

252

Middleton, Lorenzo.  “N.C. Indians Oppose Selection of a White to Head College Originally Built for Them.”  Chronicle of Higher Education 18.22 (6 Aug. 1979): 1, 10.

251

Marks, Eddie.  “Pembroke Candidate Files Discrimination Complaint.”  Greensboro Daily News 24 July 1979: A1.

250

O’Connor, Paul.  “Lumbee-HEW Meeting: ‘Limited Success’.”  Robesonian 1 July 1979: 1.

249

O’Connor, Paul.  “Indians Appeal for Unity at Protest Rally.”  Robesonian 24 June 1979:  1A.

248

Swofford, Stan.  “Job Choice Racist, Lumbees Maintain.”  Greensboro Daily News 23 June  1979: A1.

247

Lynn, Lynette B.  “Givens Opposed by Indian Commission.”  Robesonian 8 June 1979: 1-2.

246

Lynn, Lynette B.  “Anti-Givens Rally Fails to Materialize.”  Robesonian 4 June 1979: 1.

245

Lowry, Shirley.  “Sees New PSU Chancellor as Serving ‘Long, Vital Need’.”  Robesonian  28 May 1979: 6.

244

O’Connor, Paul.  “Turner Rebuts Locklear’s Criticism.”  Robesonian 15 May 1979: 1.

243

O’Connor, Paul.  “Dr. Givens Asks for Chance: ‘To Show What I Can Do’.”  Robesonian 13 May 1979: 7B.

242

“Pembroke Appointment Angers Legislator.”  News and Observer 12 May 1979: 25.

241

O’Connor, Paul.  “Friday Expected to Name Givens as PSU Chancellor.”  Robesonian 11 May 1979: 1.

240

O’Connor, Paul.  “PSU Chancellor Selection Process Hit.” Robesonian 1 May 1979: 1.

239

Lynn, Lynette B.  “Jones Says His Farewell to PSU.”  Robesonian 22 April 1979: 7B.

 

238

Warren, Gene.  “Dedication of Indian Teacher Inspired Escape from Poverty.”  Robesonian 25 March 1979: 6C.  “Shrapnel Bit is Momento [sic] of Duty in World War II.”  Robesonian 1 April 1979: 8A.  “Administrative Talent Seen Early in Career.”  Robesonian 8 April 1979: 8A.  “‘Right Man at Right Time’ Propelled PSU Expansion.”  Robesonian 15 April 1979: 1C.

237

Warren, Gene.  “Dr. English E. Jones: A Great American Indian.”  Pembroke Magazine no. 11 (1979): 274-77.

236

Allen, Robert Craig.  "Beliefs Held by Selected Robeson County Leaders Regarding Robeson Technical Institute."  Diss.  North Carolina State U, 1977.

235

Warren, Gene.  “Pembroke Campus Has Indian Relics on Display.”  Greensboro Daily News 18 July 1976: C2.

234

“Red Man ‘Rubbed Wrong’ by Pembroke Aid Status.”  Greensboro Daily News  28 Aug. 1975: A4.

233

“Grant Announced for Restoration.”  Greensboro Daily News 8 March 1975: B6.

232

North Carolina State University. School of Design. Community Development Group. Old Main Study.  August, 1974.  111 p.

231

Cline, Ed.  “Old Main Likely to Cost Taxpayers A Million-Plus.”  Greensboro Daily News 10 June 1973: A1.

230

“The Gutting of Old Main.”  Greensboro Daily News 27 March 1973: A6.

229

McLaurin, C. E.  “Old Main, Grocery Destroyed as Robeson Fire Continues.”  Robesonian 19 March 1973: 1.

227

“Indians Waiting for Word.”  Greensboro Record 19 March 1973: A1.

228

“Two Persons Hurt in Fights After Blaze Guts Old Main.”  Greensboro Daily News 19 March 1973: A1.

226

Bledsoe, Jerry.  “Lew Barton Seeks the Middle of Indian-Centered Controversy.”  Greensboro Daily News 12 March 1973: B1.

225

Ackley, Randall.  “Discussion: Pembroke State University.”  Indian Historian  ns 5.2 (Summer 1972): 43-45.

JANS001

Janson, Donald. “Indians try to save old college building.” New York Times June 10, 1972, page 22. 1169 words.

224

Edwards, Tom.  “Old Main: A Commentary.”  National Congress of American Indians Bulletin 28.2 (April 1972): 1, 3.  Rpt. in: Contemporary Newspapers of the North American Indian  (microfilm).

223

Scism, Jack.  “Old Main Rally Fails to Draw Big Candidates.”  Greensboro Daily News 19 March 1972: C1.

222

“Indians to Stage Rally in Save-Old-Main Drive.”  Greensboro Daily News 18 March 1972: B7.

221

"Governor Acknowledges Save Old Main Pleas.”  National Congress of American Indians Bulletin [Washington, DC] 28.1 (March 1972): 1.

219

Bledsoe, Jerry.  “There Could Be Trouble, Indians Say.”  Greensboro Daily News 13 Feb. 1972: A1.

220

Bledsoe, Jerry.  “Battle of Emotion Over a Building They Love.” Greensboro Daily News 13 Feb. 1972: A1.

218

“Indian Leader Protests Action.”  Greensboro Daily News 11 Feb. 1972: B20.

217

Coit, John.  “Indians Rally Against Democrats on Razing Plan.”  News and Observer 6 Feb. 1972: Sec. 1 p. 5.

216

“Pembroke State University Plans American Indian Studies Department.”  Red Springs Citizen 26 Jan. 1972: 6.

215

Blue, Brantley.  “Wants To Preserve ‘Old Main’ and Get New Auditorium Too.”  Robesonian  25 Jan. 1972: 6.

214

“Indians Protest Razing Landmark.”  News and Observer 16 Jan. 1972: 1.

213

Wooten, Sylvester Wendell.  "A Comparison Between Lumbee Indian Commuting Students, Non-Indian Dormitory Students, and Non-Indian Commuting Students in Terms of Their Perceptions of the College Environment."  Diss.  U of Virginia, 1972.

211

Dial, Adolph, and David K. Eliades.  “Lumbee Indians of North Carolina and Pembroke State University.”  Indian Historian 4.4 (Winter 1971): 20-24.  Rpt. in The American Indian Reader: Education.  Ed. Jeannette Henry.  San Francisco: Indian Historian P, 1972.  Pp. 51-60.

212

Barton, Lew.  “‘De-Indianization’ Trend Observed at Pembroke U.”  Robesonian 18 Nov. 1971: 27.

210

Bledsoe, Jerry.  “A Symbol of Accomplishment.”  Greensboro Daily News 19 Jan. 1971: A9.

209

Thompson, Norma J.  "An Analysis of Factors Relating to Job Satisfaction and Training of American Indian Graduates of Pembroke State University with Emphasis on Business Education Graduates."  Diss.  Georgia State U, 1971.

800

Witherspoon, David. “At NCCU, Lumbees Pursue Careers in Law Field.” Durham Morning Herald [Durham, NC] 26 Oct. 1970.

208

Warren, Gene.  “Pembroke Seeks Regional University Status.”  Greensboro Daily News 23 March 1969: A9.

207

Womble, Bill.  “Pembroke: A College Degree for Less.”  News and Observer 4 Feb. 1962: Sec. 3 p. 1.

206

Simkins, Virginia.  “Indians Hail Whites on PSC Board.”  Robesonian 2 Sept. 1959: 1.

205

Brown, Dick.  “Pembroke State College Answers Indians’ Desire for Higher Education.”  Greensboro Daily News 1 June 1958: 1.

204

“Dr. W. J. Gale Named Pembroke College Head.”  Pembroke Progress 24 May 1956?.

203

“Most of PSC Grads Enter Teaching Profession Here.”  Pembroke Progress 17 Nov. 1955?.

202

“Rags to Riches Story of a Tar Heel Indian.”  News and Observer 9 June 1953: 5.

201

“School Racial Bars May Go.”  [Newspaper article.] 6 Feb. 1953.

200

“Pembroke College Bill Is Given Committee Approval.”  Robesonian 6 Feb. 1953: 1.

199

“Pembroke Board Still Would Have Control over College Admissions.”  Robesonian 28 Jan. 1953: 1.

198

“State University Should be Opened to Pembroke Grads.”  Pembroke Progress 28 Sept. 1950.

 

197

Wellons, R. D.  “Last 10-Years Growth of College 60 Years Old Reported to Trustees.”  Pembroke Progress 9 June 1949: 8.

196

Oxendine, Clifton, and Mrs. J. T. Sampson.  “O. R. Sampson and Anderson Locklear Memorialized at Pembroke College.”  Robesonian 22 March 1949: 4.

195

“Floyd To Work To Prevent PSC Bill from Being Passed.”  Robesonian 16 Feb. 1949: 1.

194

“Indians Want Law Revised.”  News and Observer 5 March 1948: 20.

193

“Indians and U.N.C.”  Charlotte Observer 3 March 1948: 8A.

192

“Official PSC Name Declared Taboo by Pembroke Students.”  Pembroke Progress 19 June 1947?.

191

Wellons, R. D.  “State Faces Problem of Providing Graduate Education for Indians; PSC Degree Ends Opportunity for Schooling in N.C.”  [Newspaper article, Feb. 1947?]

190

Oxendine, Clifton.  “Pembroke State College for Indians: Historical Sketch.”  North Carolina Historical Review 22.1 (Jan. 1945): 22-33.

189

Lawrence, R. C.  “Pembroke Indian School.”  The State 10.42 (20 March 1943): 5, 37.

188

“Bill to Change Supervision of Indian Normal.”  Robesonian 5 March  1931: 4.

187

“Life of Rev. W. L. Moore, Prominent Indian and Leader of His Race.”  Robesonian 9 Feb. 1931: 3.

186

“Indian Normal at Pembroke Will Open Oct. 1.”  Robesonian 27 Sept. 1928: 1.

185

“Oscar R. Sampson: A Faithful Tribute.”  Robesonian 16 Jan. 1928: 8.

184

“Indians of Robeson Demand Right to Attend Federal Indian Schools.”  Robesonian 17 March 1924: 1.

183

“Contract Let for Constructing New Pembroke Normal Building.”  Pembroke Herald 1.3  (April 1922): 1.

182

"Bills Introduced for New Cherokee Indian School; Would Provide $50,000 for School at Pembroke for Indians of Robeson and Adjoining Counties—Introduced by Simmons and Godwin.”  Robesonian 14 Feb. 1916: 1.

181

"Death of Preston Locklear: One of the Leaders Among Indians of Robeson.” Robesonian 24 Jan. 1916: 1.

 

180

Brown, L. A.  “Indian Training School: Robeson County Indians and A. W. McLean Before House of Congress Committee—Ask for Appropriation of $50,000.”  Robesonian 17 Feb. 1913: 1.

179

“School for Indians.”  Robesonian 18 April 1912: 1.