Lumberton as it now is. With a brief sketch of its early organization and the origin of its name.

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1051
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“Lumberton as it now is. With a brief sketch of its early organization and the origin of its name.” Robesonian 10 May 1904: 1.

Annotation: 

Croatans’ ancestors gave the river the name “Lombe,” which in their language meant “black.” Lumberton, formerly known as Red Bluff, was an Indian trading post.

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