Tuscarora Indians of Robeson County

Sources

Record Number Citation
BANK001

Banks, Dennis. "Tribute to my Indian friends [letter to the editor]. Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] July 26, 2016.

SHIL049

 Shiles, Bob. "Recognition eludes tribe: Tuscaroras frustrated by lack of progress." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] July 23, 2016.

ROBE010

“Robeson County now has the state's highest unemployment rate.” Robesonian 27 November 2001

WITT014

Witten, Scott. “Grants to aid in completing replica of Tuscarora village.” Robesonian 3 October 2001.

GRAH001

Graham, Cinder H. “Clarification on Tuscarora meetings.” Carolina Indian Voice 24 December 1998: 2.

758

“Tribal Officials Fired by Council.”  Robesonian 20 Oct. 1991: 1A.

 

757

Bolch, Judy.  “Indian Mysteries for Sale.”  News and Observer 18 June 1990: 1A.

756

“Tuscarora Seek Help on Petition.”  News and Observer [Raleigh, NC] 16 Dec. 1989: 1B.

755

The Tuscarora Tribe of North Carolina.  Petition for Federal Recognition.  Unpublished typescript.  Approx. 180 p.  Dec. 1989.

754

Barton, Peggy, and Darlene Locklear.  “BIA Building Homes for Recognized Indians in Robeson.”  Carolina Indian Voice 6 Oct. 1977: 7.

753

“N.C. Indian Tribes in Bout Over Official Recognition.”  Durham Sun 3 Aug. 1977.

752

“Robeson Indians Seek Recognition So They Qualify for Federal Aid.”  Durham Sun 12 July 1977.

751

Trail of Broken Treaties: B.I.A., I’m Not Your Indian Anymore.  Rooseveltown, NY: Akwesasne Notes [Mohawk Nation], 1976.  P. 7.

750

Rainbolt, Harry A.  “Memorandum To: Commissioner of Indian Affairs.  From: Area Director, Eastern Office.  Subject: Hatteras Tuscarora Indians of North Carolina.”  Washington: U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Eastern Office, 26 Sept. 1975.  10 p.

749

“Indian Lawsuit Rules in Favor of Original 22’s Rights under IRA.”  Carolina Indian Voice 17 April 1975: 1.

748

McDonald, Laughlin.  “‘Undisciplined’ Indians.”  Civil Liberties 303 (July 1974): 3-4.  Rpt. in Carolina Indian Voice 18 July 1974: 4.

747

Adams, Jack.  “Indians Want Tribe, Not Handout.”  Durham Morning Herald 10 April 1974.

746

Baker, Donald P.  “Lack of Education Is Factor in Acquittal of Indians.”  Washington Post 26 Dec. 1973: A2.

745

“Deputy Tells of Finding Missing BIA Papers.”  News and Observer 14 Dec. 1973: 35.

744

Owens, Pamela.  “Indians Rebel in Carolina.”  Southern Patriot [Southern Conference Educational Fund, Louisville, KY] 31.5 (31 May 1973): 1, 3.  Rpt. in Carolina Indian Voice 14 June 1973: 1, 3.

743

Lang, Melvin.  “Indian Life:  Doubt Stemming from Ancestral Uncertainty Sparks Robeson Unease.”  Durham Morning Herald 27 May 1973.

742

Doster, Woody.  “Lumbees Must Organize to Get Slice of BIA Budget.”  Greensboro Daily News 17 May 1973: D9.

741

Carroll, Ginny.  “Indians’ Suit Dismissed in Wake Court.”  News and Observer 20 April 1973: 31.

740

Coit, John.  “Authorities, Media Blamed for Poor Indian Showing.”  News and Observer 14 April 1973: 19.

739

“Indians Defy Ban, March in N.C.”  Workers World 13 April 1973: 12.

737

“Frinks Is Becoming Leader of Black-Indian Coalition.”  Winston-Salem Journal 11 April  1973: 6.

738

Coit, John.  “Hunt, Indians Meet; Holshouser Spurned.”  News and Observer 11April 1973: 25.

736

Holtz, J.  “Robeson Fire Charged to 3.”  News and Observer 9 April 1973: 21.

735

Hall, Doug.  “100 Tuscaroras Rally in Raleigh.”  News and Observer 9 April 1973: 21.

734

Fazio, Thomas P.  “Indian Group on Protest Trek.”  News and Observer 5 April 1973: 39.

733

Wright, Bill.  “Tuscarora Indian Organization Files Suit Seeking Interior Department Assistance.”  Carolina Indian Voice 29 March 1973: 1.

732

Coit, John.  “Robeson Indians Arrested.”  News and Observer  25 March 1973: Sec. 1 p. 1.

731

Price, Bill.  “Tuscarora Chief Offers Tribal History Account.”  Robesonian 18 March 1973: 2A.

730

Poole, Bob.  “Papers Reveal Cause of Indian Ire: Tuscaroras Didn’t Get Federal Funds.”  Winston-Salem Twin City Sentinel 17 March 1973: 1.

729

Lang, Melvin.  “Fire Razes Former School for Indians in Robeson County.”  Greensboro Daily News 11 March 1973: B1.

728

“Indians Continue Protest.”  News and Observer 9 March 1973: 27.

727

Price, Bill.  “Chief of Tuscaroras Calls for Unity in Support of Wounded Knee Indians.”  Robesonian 8 March 1973: 1.

726

“Attorney: Tuscaroras May Have Own Schools.”  News and Observer 15 Oct. 1972: Sec. 1 p. 5.

725

Nichols, Rick.  “Are They Indians?  Are They Lumbees?”  News and Observer 9 Jan. 1972: Sec. 4 p. [3].

724

“Lumbee Unit Forms Plan for State Organization.”  News and Observer (Raleigh, NC) 31 Dec. 1971: 5.