Wellman, Manly Wade. The Haunts of Drowning Creek. New York: Holiday, 1951. 205 p.
This juvenile novel involves two boys who set out on a canoe trip on Drowning Creek. Lumbees play minor roles in the boys’ search along the river for Chimney Pot House and Confederate gold. For background information on Wellman, see “Manly Wade Wellman: A Tribute,” North Carolina Literary Review 1.2 (Spring 1993): 54-108.