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.
Deifell, David Chapman. “A violation of human rights: a postmodern critique of the Federal Acknowledgment Program including a case study on the Lumbee Indians.” Honors essay. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1994. 88 pages.
“Cro, Croatan.” In: The color of words: an encyclopedic dictionary of ethnic bias in the United States. By Philip H. Herbst. Intercultural P, 1997. Page 62.
Couch, Greg. "A cheater 'learns,' but mostly just earns." Chicago Sun-Times Friday May 26 2006, sec. Sports: 124.
Chavis, Ben. “What is Lumbee Indian culture? Does it exist?” In: A good Cherokee, a good anthropologist: papers in honor of Robert K. Thomas. Ed. Steve Pavlik. Los Angeles: American Indian Studies Center, University of California, Los Angeles, 1998. Pp. 177-188.
Ceriano, Valerie. “Athletes beat prejudice, graciously accept plaque.” American Indian Report February 2000: page 28.
Cella, Matthew. “Activist forces retitling of play; change omits use of ‘Indians’.” Washington Times November 12, 2002: B1. 773 words.
“Buffaloe selected as N. C. delegate to U. S.'s largest karate tournament.” Carolina Indian Voice 7 September 2000: 1.
Brayboy, Bryan McKinley, and Donna Deyhle. “Insider-outsider: researchers in American Indian communities.” Theory into Practice 39.3 (Summer 2000): 163 (7 pages).
Brayboy, Bryan McKinley. “The Indian and the researcher: tales from the field.” International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 13.4 (July/August 2000): 415 (12 pages).
Brayboy, Mary E., and Mary Y. Morgan. “Voices of Indianness: the lived world of Native American women.” Women's Studies International Forum 21.4 (1998): 341-354.
Bonham, Chad. Wrestling with God: 10 Stories of modern day warriors who came face to face with the Creator. Tulsa, OK: RiverOak Publishing, 2001. See Chapter 1, “Tatanka,” pages 15-35.
Bigelow, Scott. “Kelvin Sampson comes home to Pembroke.” University Newswire (University of North Carolina at Pembroke) April 29, 2003. Reprinted in: Carolina Indian Voice May 1, 2003, p. 1.
Batten, Sammy. “Lowry's love of children was foremost.” Fayetteville Observer-Times (North Carolina) 15 August 1997.
Barton, Bruce. “As I See It (column): Dwight Lowry remembered at the NCHSAA.” Carolina Indian Voice Thursday, February 10, 2000: page 2.
“American strength legends: Chief Iron Bear Collins.”
Humphrey, John A., and Harriet J. Kupferer. “Homicide and suicide among the Cherokee and Lubee [sic] Indians of North Carolina.” International journal of social psychiatry 28.2 (Summer 1982): 121-28.
Kupferer, Harriet J., and John A. Humphrey. “Fatal Indian violence in North Carolina.” Anthropological quarterly 48.4 (Oct. 1975): 236-44.
Robeson County Historical Edition. Robesonian (Lumberton, NC) Feb. 1951: Sec. G.
Sharpe, Bill. “The Lost Tribes of Carolina.” The State [Charlotte, NC] 16.47 (23 April 1949): 3-4, 21, 23.
Smithey, Sherman Bryan. “Robeson Indians Classed by State as Negroes 48 Years.” Charlotte Observer 22 Nov. 1931: Sec. 3 p. 3.