Recently Added or Updated

The following sources have either been recently added to the Lumbee Indians Bibliography, or recently had their records updated.

They meet one or more of the following criteria:

  • Recently published;
  • Published earlier, but recently discovered;
  • Items from The Lumbee Indians: An Annotated Bibliography (McFarland, 1994) that had not yet been added;
  • Additions to the list of legislation and court cases related to the Lumbee Indians;
  • A full annotation for the source was recently written;
  • The full text of source was recently made available; or
  • A correction was made to the information on the record.

Lowry, D. F.  “Stresses Unity for Advance in Indian Church.”  Robesonian 6 March 1958.


Barton, Lew.  “Lumbee Leader Has Lived a Full and Fruitful Life.” Robesonian 5 Feb. 1959: 16.


Barton, Lew.  “Day Starts Early, Ends Late for This Friend of Mankind.”  Robesonian 23 March 1959: 5.


“Pleasant Grove Church Organized in 1900.”  The Lumbee 11 Nov. 1965: 1.


“Rev. D. F. Lowry Day Observed at Pembroke First Methodist Church.”  North Carolina Christian Advocate 111.1 (6 Jan. 1966): 1, 5.


Barton, Lew.  “Most Influential Man Among the Lumbee Dies.”  The Lumbee 1 Feb. 1968: 1.


“‘Miracle’ on Branch Street.”  The Methodist Story [Evanston, IL]  Feb. 1968: 1.  Rpt. in The Lumbee 15 Feb. 1968: 1.


Indian Pentecostal Service.  Eastern North Carolina, 12 Aug. 1980.  Videotape.  No dir., no prod.  60 min.


Lowry, Jason B.  “An Evaluation of the Eighty-First Annual Session of the Lumber River Conference of the Holiness Methodist Church Held at Union Chapel Church, Nov. 6-8, 1981.”  Unpublished typescript. 1982.


Reaves, Malik.  “How Strong a Foundation.”  The Interpreter [Dayton, OH: United Methodist Communications] 27.8 (Nov.-Dec. 1983): 10-13.


Barton, Bruce.  Religious Experience an Important Part of Lumbee Heritage.  Pembroke:  Lumbee Regional Development Association, June 1984.  197 p.


Oliver, James Ralph.  “Development of a Campus Ministry Program by First United Methodist Church, Pembroke, North Carolina.”  Professional Project for Doctorate of Ministry.  Drew U, 1987.


Lowry, Jerry.  “A Brief History of Native American Methodist Missions.”  Unpub. typescript.  Durham: Duke U Divinity School, [20 Mar. 1987].  59 p.


Tyson, Ruel W., Jr.  “The Testimony of Sister Annie Mae.”  Diversities of Gifts: Field Studies in Southern Religion.  Ed. Ruel W. Tyson, Jr.  Urbana: U of Illinois P, 1988.  Pp. 105-25.


Norton, Bill, Jr.  “A Tearful William Foster Jacobs–Lay Person of Year.”  North Carolina Christian Advocate 28 June 1988: 2.


Rouse, Jeanne.  “Native American Church Has First Worship Service.”  North Carolina Christian Advocate 44 (15 Nov. 1988): 5.


Britt, Morris F. "Appendix T. List of Lumbee surnames with dates of appearance in the greater Lumbee Settlement (N=523 surnames) 1740-2007." 107 pages. Key source


Bumgarner, George William.  The Methodist Episcopal Church in North Carolina,  1865-1939: Among the White Population, the Lumbee Native Americans, and, to a Limited Extent, the Black Population.  [Charlotte]: Committee on Archives and History, Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church, 1990.  Pp. 223-35.


Rhodes, Barbara.  “First Native American Woman Is Pastor.”  Robesonian 22 June 1990: 7A.


Gustafson, Robert K.  “The Religion of the Lumbee Indians.”  Paper presented at the American Academy of Religion conference, New Orleans, 14 Nov. 1990.