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.
U.S. Congress. Senate. Hearings before the Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations … on H. R. 6709, a Bill Making Appropriations for the Dept. of Agriculture for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1943… 77th Cong. 2nd Sess. GPO, 1942. Y4.Ap6/2: Ag8/943
“Reservation Superintendent in Visit to Pembroke Area.” Pembroke Progress 1 Dec. 1949. [PSU-MLL. PSU Clippings File]
Brown, D. “‘Radical’ Farm Venture for Indians Nears End.” News and Observer 15 Jan. 1967: III-12.
Lowry, Ronald H. “Recollections of artifacts from the family farm.” Carolina Indian Voice 21 January 1999: 1.
“Putting farm losses into perspective [editorial].” Robesonian Tuesday, 29 June 1999: 4A
Library of Congress. American Memory Project. http://memory.loc.gov (accessed July 19, 2002).
Maxwell, William. "The Back Swamp drainage project, Robeson County, North Carolina: Biopolitical intervention in the lives of Indian farmers." Water History January 19, 2017.
Okuda-Jacobs, Angelina. “Planting health, culture and sovereignty: traditional horticulture of the Lumbee Nation of North Carolina.” Thesis (M.S., Land Resources). U of Wisconsin-Madison, 2000. 90 p. Key source
Furman, McDonald. “Jim Smiling a Redbone: an interesting patriarch of unique people in privateer.” The State (Columbia, SC) 27 May 1897.
"Reds and Blacks in bloody fight: Croatan Indians and Negroes have a mix in North Carolina." Atlanta Constitution Thursday, August 6, 1903.
"Race riot quelled in North Carolina." Atlanta Constitution February 4, 1913.
“Indians and Negroes To Be Segregated at Prison Camp.” Robesonian 16 May 1938: 4.
Barton, Lew. “A Report on the Robeson County Indian.” Robesonian 18 May 1949: 4.
“Indian Prison Camp To Be Moved Here: All-Indian Staff ... Headed by Harry West Locklear.” Robesonian 10 Nov. 1949.
“Judge Ivey Says He Followed Law and Practices of People.” Pembroke Progress [Pembroke, NC] 28 Jan. 1954: .
Weinberger, Andrew D. “A reappraisal of the constitutionality of miscegenation statutes.” Journal of Negro education 26.4 (Autumn 1957): 435-446.
Hossfield, Leslie, Mac Legerton, and Gerald Keuster. "The Economic and Social Impact of Job Loss in Robeson County, North Carolina 1993-2003." Sociation today [North Carolina Sociological Association] 2.2 (2004). February 21, 2007.
Zhang, Chelsea, Dario Roque, Jessie A. Ehrisman, Nicola DiSanto, Gloria Broadwater, Kemi M. Doll, Paola A. Gehrig, Angela Alvarez Secord, and Laura J. Havrilesky. "Lumbee Native American Ancestry and the Incidence of Aggressive Histologic Subtypes of Endometrial Cancer." Gynecologic Oncology Reports 13 (August 2015): 49-52.
Katz, William Loren. “Blacks-Indians alliance has deep roots.” New York Times March 2, 1988, page A22. 413 words.
Legerton, Mac. “Speaking truth with power to those in power.” Fellowship (New York: Fellowship of Reconciliation, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom?) April/May 1988: 11-12.