A Proposal for Development and Use of Audio and Video Tape Recordings in the United Lumbee Nation of North Carolina and America

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967
Citation: 

Thompson, Leilani B. “A Proposal for Development and Use of Audio and Video Tape Recordings in the United Lumbee Nation of North Carolina and America.” Thesis. San Francisco State U, 1986.

Annotation: 

This copiously documented planning study also covers tribal operations; communication; needs and goals. The ULN, a self-declared Indian nation of 2,300 people of varying Indian ancestry, is headquartered in Shasta County, north-central California. It merged from three branches. Few members are North Carolina Lumbees. Explains the roles of Johnnie Reed, Malcolm “Thunderbird” Webber, and Jim Chavis (a N.C. Lumbee). A chart (p. 97) gives the location of clans and bands.

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