Johnson, Guy B. “Personality in a White-Indian-Negro Community.” American Sociological Review 4.4 (Aug. 1939): 516-23. Excerpted in: When Peoples Meet. New York: Hinds, Hayden, and Eldredge, 1946. Pp. 576-82.
Analyzes adjustment problems of Lumbees, who form a middle class in the county’s triracial society. Discusses White political dominance, “cleavages” in the Indian community, and discriminations Lumbees faced during this period. The copy in Johnson’s papers (entry 468) notes a printer’s error.