1909 North Carolina Public Laws ch. 720, “An Act to Provide Separate Schools for the Indian Race in Scotland County.” 6 March 1909.
No child of Negro blood or of Indian blood to the eighth degree shall attend a public school for the White race. Croatan children cannot attend Scotland County’s Indian schools but will be taught in public schools for them exclusively. Indian children other than Croatans may attend White schools if patrons of that school do not object.