Bizzell, Oscar M., ed. The Heritage of Sampson County, North Carolina. Newton Grove, NC: Sampson County Historical Society with Hunter Pub. Co., 1983. Pp. 83-84.
For nearly two centuries, the Coharie preferred to be called Croatan. Like Lumbees, they built roads, served in major wars, and were disfranchised in 1835. Robeson County’s Burnt Swamp Association helped them organize to get school funding.