Johns Hopkins University Seminary of History and Politics. Minutes. April 18, April 25, and May 9, 1890.

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Johns Hopkins University Seminary of History and Politics.  Minutes.  April 18, April 25, and May 9, 1890.  Vol. 3, pp. 701-707, 716.  Manuscript.  Ferdinand Hamburger, Jr. Archives.  Johns Hopkins U, Baltimore, MD.

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Describes a paper  Stephen B. Weeks read before the Seminary as a doctoral student.  He stated that White’s colonists’ “descendants can be identified in a peculiar people now living in Robeson County ... and officially recognized by that state as Croatan Indians” (p. 704).  The Seminary asked two students to study the arguments.  At the May 9, 1890, meeting, they said: “While his conclusions were exceeding plausible yet it was a matter that could not with existing information be demonstrated” (p. 716).

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