The Last of the Lowries: A Play of the Croatan Outlaws of Robeson County, North Carolina.

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287
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Green, Paul.  The Last of the Lowries: A Play of the Croatan Outlaws of Robeson County, North Carolina.  New York: Samuel French, 1922.

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—Reprints and Anthologies: Samuel French 1925, 1950.  In Carolina Folk-Plays.  Ed. Frederick H. Koch.  New York: Henry Holt, 1922.  Pp. [113]-48.  In The Lord’s Will and Other Carolina Plays.  By Paul Green.  New York: Samuel French, 1928.  Pp.  [228]-64.  In More One-Act Plays by Modern Authors.  Ed. Helen Louise Cohen. 

New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1927.  Pp. 37-64.  In Plays as Experience: One-Act Plays for the Secondary School.  Ed. Irwin J. Zachar.  New York: Odyssey, 1944.  Pp. 79-99.  In British and American Drama series, no. 4043.  Microfiche.  Cambridge: General Microfilm Co., 19??

Set in Scuffletown in the winter of 1864.  Features Henry Berry Lowry and other family members.  This was the first play produced by the Carolina Playmakers.

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