Education–-public schools and overviews

Key Sources

Record Number Citation
WERT001

Wertheimer, John W. "Native Americans and school desegregation: the Chavis case in Robeson County.” Law and society in the South: A history of North Carolina court cases. Lexington: UP of Kentucky, 2009. Pp.165–189. Notes, Pp. 251–264. Key source

DIAL002

Dial, Heather Kimberly. "Chapter 10. Struggling for voice in a Black and White world: The Lumbee Indians' segregated educational experience in North Carolina." Transformations in schooling: Historical and comparative perspectives. Ed. Kim Tolley. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. Pages 225-250.  Key source

HUNT017

Hunt, Elmer W. The Elmer W. Hunt photograph collection. U of North Carolina at Pembroke Library, Pembroke, NC, 1953-1973. Key source

Sources

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ROBE021

"Time for school board to reflect, do the right thing [Letter to the editor]." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. July 9, 2017.

BANK004

Banks, Alicia. "Embattled Robeson County school board draws ire of nearly 150 at forum." Fayetteville Observer [North Carolina] January 19, 2017.

SHIL056

Shiles, Bob. "[Ben] Chavis: I orchestrated [school superintendent Tommy] Lowry firing; Two board members promise legal action." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] January 12, 2017.

SHIL054

Shiles, Bob. "[School superintendent Tommy] Lowry fired in ambush. Board offers no explanation, has next super picked." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] January 11, 2017.

SMIT005

Smith, Terri Ferguson. "Spankings drop in Robeson County schools." Robesonian (Lumberton, NC) September 9, 2016.

LEGE003

Legerton, Mac. “Mac Legerton: We need better schools, not bigger schools.” The Fayetteville Observer (Fayetteville, NC). July 2, 2016.

WOOL008

Woolverton, Paul. "N.C. House approval of school leasing legislation to benefit Robeson County." Fayetteville Observer [Fayetteville, NC]. June 27, 2016

DOUG002

Douglas, Donnie & Willets, Sarah. "Senate unanimously passes SB 554." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. June 27, 2016

WILL005

Willets, Sarah. “McCrory: Revels inspired pay proposal.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). April 11, 2016

ISAA001

Isaac, Gabrielle. “Robeson schools still tops in spanking.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). March 26, 2016

POLL003

Pollitt, Phoebe. “The Lumbee Indian Nurses.” Minority Nurse, Springer Publishing Company. November 19, 2015.

SHIL036

Shiles, Bob. “Tribe lands $2.4M grant – Will fund county educational partnership.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). September 25, 2015

STAF003

Staff Report. “Museum debuts movie about Lumbee teachers.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). September 5, 2015

VITA001

Vitaglione, Tom. “Corporal punishment used mostly on Lumbee students in Robeson.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). March 26, 2015

COLL002

Collins, Marcus. “Navigating the Academy: Lumbee Indians and Higher Education.” Diss. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina State U, 2015.

ASH0001

Ash, Mary Callis. "Contributions to a herpetological community of practice: Funds of knowledge of Lumbee youth." Diss. Greensboro, NC: U of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2015.

MANH001

“Man of the hour [Young H. Allen].” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] July 26, 2014.

HOFF001

Hoffend, Carly K. "The relationship between the proportion of Native American adolescents in schools and socio-emotional functioning " Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering, Vol 74(12-B)(E). 2014. 

MCDA001

McDaniel, Kathryn H., Overman, Muriel, Guttu, Martha, Engelke, Martha K. "School nurse evaluations: Making the process meaningful and motivational." The Journal of School Nursing, Vol 29(1), Feb 2013. pp. 19-30.

FRAU001

“Fraud alleged at acclaimed American Indian school.” Native American Times (Tulsa, OK). June 22, 2012

TUCK001

Tucker, Jill. “Charter schools’ officials may face criminal probe.” The San Francisco Chronicle (San Francisco, CA). June 14, 2012

MURP001

Murphy, Kate. “State audit finds evidence of fraud, conflicts of interest by Oakland charter school operator.” San Jose Mercury News (San Jose, CA). June 13, 2012

132

Maynor, Waltz, and Vernon R. Thompson.  Indian Education Elementary and Secondary School Assistance Program, Robeson County, N.C., 1973-74.  Lumberton: Robeson County Board of Education, 1974.  ERIC ED 147 064

WOOL002
ASSO001

Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc. Papers.  Housed at the Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library, 65 Olden St., Princeton University Libraries, Princeton, NJ, 08544

CHAV003

Chavis, Vanessa L. “Aspects of a Lumbee Indian community that support successful algebra one students academically in middle grades.” Dissertation. University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2011.

ZYRO001

Zyromski, Brett, Alfred Bryant Jr., and Edwin R. Gerler Jr. "Succeeding in School: The Online Reflections of Native American and Other Minority Students." Journal of Humanistic Counseling 50.1 (2011): 99-118.

HUNG001

Hung, Hsuanfang. "A hermeneutic phenomenology study of schooling experiences of Lumbee Indian students with high incidence disabilities." Dissertation. University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2011.

BLOG068

Schudel, Matt. "Helen Maynor Scheirbeck, American Indian advocate and museum official, dies at 7." Washington Post December 25, 2010.

BLOG022

Jenkins, Venita.  "An honor for her people."  Fayetteville Observer Thursday, 7 May 2009.

BAIL001

Bailey, Anna. ''It is the center to which we should cling': Indian schools in Robeson County, North Carolina, 1900-1920." The history of discrimination in U.S. education: marginality, agency, and power. Ed. Eileen H. Tamura. New York: Palgrave McMillan, 2008. Pp 67-90.

FUQU001

Fuquay, John. "House denies spanking measure." Fayetteville Observer Thursday, May 24, 2007.

OURV001

"Our View: Ineffective, inconsistent school spanking practice should be banned." Fayetteville Observer Wednesday, April 4, 2007.

LOCK048

Locklear, Mark. "Robeson case inspires state bill." Robesonian Tuesday, April 3, 2007.

KERN005

Kernodle, David. "Mistake Could Cost School System Millions." www.news14.com February 14, 2007.

LUCA002

Lucas, Sandy K. "Walking two worlds: Integrating Lumbee Indian values and practices in education." Ed.D. U of Arizona, 2006.

DIAL001

Dial, Heather Kimberly. “Struggling for voice in a Black and White world: Lumbee Indians’ segregated educational experience in North Carolina.” Dissertation. North Carolina State U, 2005.

OFFI001

“Officials say poor school funding on right track.” Associated Press state & local wire Friday, April 2, 2004. 440 words.

LOCK034

Locklear, Mark. “Lowry, Lumbee advocate, died at 91.” Robesonian 16 March 2004.

JONE002

Jones, James Arthur, and Malinda Maynor. "What is progress? Desegregating an Indian school in Robeson County, North Carolina." Southern Cultures 10.2 (2004): 87-93.

BART014

Barton, Bruce. " 'Double voting' in Robeson County: A reminder of an unequal past." Tar Heel Junior Historian Fall 2004.

LOCK031

Locklear, Mark. “Board votes 7-3 to hire Canadian educator.” Robesonian Wed., April 30, 2003.

THRE001

“Three students convicted in school fights.” Associated Press State & Local Wire 20 November 2002.

JENK024

Jenkins, Venita. “Swett principal speaks on safety.” Fayetteville Observer November 13, 2002.

STRI001

“Strife among Blacks, Lumbees hits campus.” Charlotte Observer Friday, 8 November 2002.

DOZE001

“Dozens of Black parents want kids out of school.” Associated Press State & Local Wire November 7, 2002. 410 words.

JENK023

Jenkins, Venita. “Indian letter stirs tension at Purnell Swett.” Fayetteville Observer November 1, 2002.

LOCK027

Locklear, James. “Official asks community to end strife.” Fayetteville Observer 13 Oct. 2002.

LOCK026

Locklear, Mark. “SAT scores surge 30 points.” Robesonian Thursday, 29 August 2002.

LOCK024

Locklear, Mark. “County schools awarded $9.5 million in grants.” Robesonian Wednesday, 14 August 2002.

WORT001

Wortman, Dave. “Mapping a greener future.” Mother Earth News no. 192 (June/July 2002): 50 (4 pages).

JENK017

Jenkins, Venita. “Race role in school chief hunt debated.” Fayetteville Observer Wednesday, 24 April 2002.

LOCK020

Locklear, Mark. “Board takes no action on Harding.” Robesonian Thursday, 30 March 2002.

WITT020

Witten, Scott. “Lumbee Guaranty Bank makes investment in county youths.” Robesonian 15 February 2002.

BART009

Barton, Bruce. “Danford Dial remembered.” As I See It (column). Carolina Indian Voice Thursday, November 16, 2000: page 1.

OXEN003

Oxendine, Joseph B. “Remembering 'Mr. Tom.'” Robeson Remembers (column). Robesonian Sunday, 18 June 2000, pages 1C, 5C.

MOTO001

“MotorSports Academy gets students revved up for careers.” Educating for Employment 6.5 (June 6, 2000). 525 words.

KNIC013

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail” (column). Carolina Indian Voice 7 January 1999:3.

HARD002

Harding, Barry. “From the Office of the Superintendent.” Carolina Indian Voice 10 December 1998: 5.

EDUC001

“Educational teams complete tough year. The state assistance teams went into troubled schools and came out with victories in many during the academic year.” Greensboro News and Record (North Carolina) 18 June 1998:B7.

UNCC001

“UNC-CH: Native traditions, high-flying rockets to mark American Indian program.” M2 Presswire 15 June 1998.

SUI0001

Sui, Lih-Jiuan H. “Mother and family values in the schooling of Lumbee Indians in the Baytown area.” Diss. University of Maryland, College Park, 1998. 206 pages.

ROBE004

“Robeson schools' superintendent quits.” News and Observer (Raleigh, NC) 22 November 1997: A3.

BIAN002

Biank, Tanya S. “NAACP protests hiring in Robeson school system.” Fayetteville Observer-Times (North Carolina) 4 April 1996 (Thursday).

178

Bigelow, Scott.  “Rev. McLean: Early Presbyterian Leader.”  Robesonian 13 Dec. 1992: 4A.

177

Bigelow, Scott.  “Top School Post Is Offered to Purnell Swett.”  Robesonian 2 Dec. 1992: 1A, 10A.

176

Toole, Judith.  “Johnson’s Promise to Resign Fails to Satisfy Caucus.”  Robesonian 17 June 1992: 1A.

REIS001

Reising, Robert W., Douglas W. Schell, and Richard Vance. “Factors affecting minority education and rural economic development.” The Clearing House 65.5 (May/June 1992): 298-301.

175

Toole, Judith.  “New School District Lines to be Checked by Board.”  Robesonian 27  Sept. 1991: 1A.

174

Toole, Judith.  “Dropout Rate Increasing at Slower Pace.”  Robesonian 26 Aug. 1991: 1A.

173

Bigelow, Scott.  “Race, School Choice Not Only Achievement Factors.”  Robesonian 24 July 1991: C1.

172

Locklear, Donald.  "Native American Accountability for Academic Learning and its Relationship to Standardized Test Achievement."  Diss.  South Carolina State College, 1991.  130 p.

171

Verkuilen, Kathy.  “Lowry Ready to Face Challenges as NCAE’s New President-Elect.”  Robesonian 10 June 1990: 1A.

170

Kelly, Deborah.  “Robeson Officials Agree to Put Tap on School Funding.”  Robesonian 15 April 1990: 1.

WEEK001

Weeks, Donnie E. “An in-depth study of educational issues as they relate to the reorganization of five school systems.” Diss. Campbell U, 1990. 174 p.

169

Culbreth, John.  “County Files Action to Void Funding Mandate.”  Robesonian 29 Sept. 1989: 1A.

168

Culbreth, John.  “Officials Defend Funding Methods.”  Robesonian 30 Aug. 1989: 1A.

167

Herring, Roger D.  “Minimum Competency Testing: Implications for Ethnicity.”  Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development 17.3 (July 1989): 98-104.

166

Kelly, Deborah.  “High School Renamed for Purnell Swett.”  Robesonian 25 June 1989: 1A.

165

“County Tax Hike Sometimes a Victim of Misconceptions.”  Robesonian 21 June 1989: 4A.

164

“School Merger Is Taking a Bad Rap.”  Robesonian 18 June 1989: 4A.

163

Guyton, Nanette.  “School Board Hirings Spark Controversy.”  Robesonian 17 May 1989: 1A.

162

North Carolina Division of School Planning.  [NC Dept. of Public Instruction.]  Robeson County Schools, A Special Report, 1988-89.  Raleigh: The Division, 6 March 1989.  31 p.  

 

160

Talbert, Malissa.  “John Bridgeman Instrumental in Developing New Coopera-tion."  Robesonian 26 Feb. 1989: 10.

161

Talbert, Malissa.  “Barker Chairs Interim [School] Board, Selects Committees Carefully.”  Robesonian 26 Feb. 1989: 11.

159

 Talbert, Malissa.  “Board OKs District Lines for 6 High School Plan.”  Robesonian 22 Feb. 1989: 1A.

 

158

 Talbert, Malissa.  “Superintendent Selected for Merged System.” Robesonian 21 Dec. 1988: 1A.  

157

 "Robeson Accomplishment.”  Fayetteville Times 10 March 1988: 4A.

 

152

“Woods, Ruth Dial.”  Who’s Who of American Women.  15th ed., 1987-1988.  Wilmette, IL: Marquis Who’s Who, 1986.  P. 887. 

156

“4 School Boards in Robeson Sued.”  Charlotte Observer 24 Dec. 1987: 3B.

 

BRIT002

Ronald Britt, et al. v. North Carolina State Board of Education, et al. 257 SE2d 432. Court of Appeals of North Carolina. 7 July 1987.

155

Davis, E. Dale.  “The Lumbee Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina, and Their Schools.”  Paper presented at the National Conference of Christians and Jews (Pembroke, 19 Dec. 1986).

CHAV001

Chavis, Ben. "The teacher-student relationships as perceived by Lumbee Indians." Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 47(4-A), Oct, 1986. pp. 1168.

154

Munger, Guy. “Promoting an Awareness of Indian Culture in the State.”  News and Observer 2 Feb. 1986: 3D.

153

Indian Education Project.  “Making a Difference”: A Pictorial Profile of the 1984-1985 Title IV, Part A Indian Education Project.  Lumberton: Robeson County Board of Education, 1986.  34 p.

151

Educational Alternatives: Robeson County, Fairmont City, Lumberton City, Red Springs City, and St. Pauls City 1983-84.  [Raleigh]: Division of School Planning, N.C. Dept. of Public Instruction, 30 Nov. 1984.  246 p.

150

Snider, Margie. “The Value of Title IX: It Goes Beyond Athletics.”  Charlotte Observer 9 Sept. 1984: 3B.

149

Herring, Roger Dale.  "A Study of the Relationships of Ethnicity, Sex, and School to Competency Level Achieved by High School Juniors on the North Carolina Minimum Competency Test for the Robeson County School System Between 1978-1983."  Thesis.  Appalachian State U, 1984.

148

U.S.  Cong.  House.  Committeee on Education and Labor.  Subcommittee on Elementary, Secondary and Vocational Education.  Indian Education Act—Title IV.  Hearing.  98th Cong., First Session.  22 Feb. 1983.  ERIC ED 239 817

147

Cox, Stephanie Ann.  Minority Political Participation in North Carolina.  Raleigh: North Carolina Human Relations Council, North Carolina Dept. of Administration, 1983.

145

“Helen Scheirbeck Named by Save the Children to Indian Position.”  Wassaja Nov.-Dec. 1982: 13.

146

“Ruth Dial Woods.”  Wassaja Nov./Dec. 1982: 13.

144

Bishop, Lynette.  “Two School Suits Claim Violations.”  Robesonian 4 Jan. 1981: 1D.

143

U.S.  Cong.  House.  Comm. on Education and Labor.  Subcomm. on Elementary, Secondary and Vocational Education. Oversight Hearings on Indian Education.  96th Congress, 2nd Sess.  Sept. 3, 5, 1980.  ERIC ED 204 065

142

“Suit Claims Robeson Schools Segregated.”  News and Observer 29 May 1980: 58.

141

Brown, Joye.  “Indians Lose Appeal of School Convictions.”  News and Observer 5 March 1980: 34.

140

Scheirbeck, Helen Maynor.  "Education, Public Policy and the American Indian."  Diss.  Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1980.

139

Tafoya, Dennis W., and Boyd G. Combs.  Robeson County Compensatory Indian Education Project.  Evaluation and Final Report.  U of North Carolina.  Center for Human Communication Research, July 1978.  ERIC ED 161 605

138

Woods, Ruth Dial.  Robeson County Indian Education Needs Assessment, FY-79.  Lumberton: Robeson County Compensatory Indian Education Project, Jan. 1978.  30 p.  ERIC ED 161 606

FLOY001

Floyd, Galvin. “The influence of parents, teachers, and peers on occupational choice as perceived by rural Lumbee Indian ninth grade students.” North Carolina Central U, 1978.

137

Brooks, Dexter.  “Desegregation in Robeson: Old Misrepresentations and New Directions.”  Revised.  Unpublished typescript.  22 April 1976.  31 p.

136

“Lumbee: A Position Paper Presented to the American Indian Policy Review Commission Task Force No. 5.  Additionally: Statistical Data Reflecting Educational Issues To Be Addressed by Panel.”  Unpublished typescript.  17 April 1976.

135

Maynor, Waltz.  An Evaluation of Education for Indians, Robeson County, North Carolina 1975-1976.  Lumberton: Robeson County Board of Education, 1976.  24 p.  ERIC ED 147 065

134

Vela, Karen.  “Racial Discrimination Found in L’ton Schools.”  Robesonian 5 June 1975:  11.

133

Brooks, Dalton Peter.  “Student Perception of Teacher Behavior in a Tri-Racial School District.”  Thesis.  Coral Gables, FL: U of Miami, 1975.

130

Maynor, Gerald D.  “The Effects of Socio-Economic Status and Race on Parental Attitudes toward Public Education in a Tri-Racial School District.”  Diss.  Coral Gables, FL: U of Miami, 1974.

131

Maynor, Waltz, and W. G. Katzenmeyer.  “Academic Performance and School Integration: A Multi-Ethnic Analysis.”  Journal of Negro Education 43.1 (1974): 30-38.

128

Burchette, Bob.  “1st Indian on School Board Not a ‘Token’.”  Greensboro News 9 April  1973: B1.

127

Coit, John.  “Robeson Indians Arrested.”  News and Observer 25 March 1973: Sec. 1 p. 1.

129

Flair, Kim.  “Red, White, and Black: Aliens in Our Own Land.”  California Council for the Social Studies Review 12.3 (1973): 19-20, 22.

126

Thompson, Vernon Ray.  “A History of the Education of the Lumbee Indians of Robeson  County, North Carolina, 1885-1970.”  Diss.  U of Miami, 1973. 

125

“Indians Square Off with Deputies.”  News and Observer 31 Oct. 1972.

806

Briggs, Delores. “Control County School Board: Sociologist.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 1 Oct. 1972: 1.

124

“Integration Went Smoothly.”  Scottish Chief 10 Sept. 1972.

123

Fuchs, Estelle and Robert J. Havighurst. To Live On This Earth: American Indian Education. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1972.  Pp. 97-106.

122

Dennis, Henry.  The American Indian, 1492-1974: A Chronology and Fact Book.  2nd ed.  Oceana, 1972.  P. 62.

120

“Lumbee Sit-ins May Get Unofficial Study Credit.”  Robesonian 8 June 1971: 6.

119

Bledsoe, Jerry.  “‘Our Schools Are Close to Us’: Will Loss of Indian Schools Mean Loss  of Identity?”  Greensboro Daily News 19 Jan. 1971: A9.

117

“Schools Demand, Indians Comply.”  News and Observer 25 Sept. 1970: 3.

114

“Lumbee School Suit Lists 46 Officials.”  Robesonian 13 Sept. 1970: 2A.

115

Deese, James W.  “Believes It to Be ‘Will of God’ to Protect the Indian Heritage.”  Robesonian 13 Sept. 1970: 8A.

116

Franklin, Ben A.  “Indians Resist Integration Plan in Triracial County in Carolina.”  New York Times 13 Sept. 1970: 78.  Rpt. in Akwesasne Notes 2.6 (Oct. 1970): 40.

 

113

Andrews, Al.  “Indians File Suit in School Dispute.”  News and Observer (Raleigh, NC) 11 Sept. 1970:  3.

111

“Schools to Bar Defiant Lumbees.”  News and Observer 10 Sept. 1970: 3.

112

Watts, Carroll.  “Lumbee Fund-Raising Drive Nets $2,200 for Legal Battle.”  Robesonian  10 Sept. 1970: 1.

110

"Lumbee School Protest Aired for Commission.”  Robesonian 9 Sept. 1970: 1.

109

“School Officials, Lumbees Remain in Disagreement.”  Robesonian 6 Sept. 1970: 1.

108

“Lumbee Indian Exemption from HEW Order Sought.”  Robesonian 2 Sept. 1970: 1.

107

Jones, J. Marshall.  “Lumbee Boycott ‘Undetermined’ at Red Springs.”  Robesonian 28  Aug. 1970: 1.

106

“Lumbee Complaints Aired for State, Federal Officials.”  Robesonian 26 Aug. 1970: 1.

105

Williamson, Hadley.  “Lumbees Hold Meet on School Action.”  Robesonian 25 Aug. 1970: 1.

104

Maynor, Waltz.  “Academic Performance and School Integration: A Multi-Ethnic Analysis.”  Diss.  Duke U, 1970.

103

Peck, John Gregory.  “Community Background Reports: Robeson County, North Carolina: Lumbee Indians.”  The National Study of American Indian Education.  Series I, No. 1.  Final Report.  Washington: Office of Education, Bureau of Research, Aug. 1969.  12 p.  ERIC ED 039 077

102

Egerton, John. “Six Districts, Three Races and More Things.”  Southern Education Report 4 (Dec. 1968): 4-10.

101

"Indian Pupils Admitted to W. Lumberton School.”  Robesonian 1 Sept. 1964: 1.

100

“Indian Group Will Protest Policies of School Board.”  Robesonian 17 April 1964.

99

“County Education Board To Have Indian Representation.”  Robesonian 26 March 1963: 1.

98

 “School Desegregation Report—Staff Work with Lumbee Indians.” American Friends Service Committee, High Point, N.C.  30 June 1962.  Unpublished typescript.  7 p.  [Included in entry 468.]

 

97

“N.C. Continues Desegregation: Indian Children Get Transfers.”  AFSC Bulletin [American Friends Service Committee] No. 74 (Fall 1961): 1, 3.

96

Maynor, Lacy W.  “A Lumbee Speaks.”  Indian Affairs [Newsletter of the Association of American Indian Affairs, Inc.] 39 (Dec. 1960): 2.

95

“Indian School Case Gets Full Hearing.”  New York Times 23 Oct. 1960: 88.

793

Jones, English. “The Educational and Occupational Status of Former Students of Vocational Agriculture of Pembroke High School, Pembroke, North Carolina.” Thesis. North Carolina State College, 1959. [Not seen.]

94

“Improved School Facilities Granted Smilings Community.”  Robesonian 18 Oct. 1957: 1.

93

Hunter, Marjorie.  “Robeson County’s FOUR School Systems.”  Winston-Salem Journal and Sentinel 5 Feb. 1956: C3.

92

“Indians Ask School Entry at Sanford.”  Greensboro Daily News 20 Dec. 1955.

91

Walls, Frances.  “Johnston Children To Enter White Schools If Parents Prove They’re Indian.”  News and Observer 11 Sept. 1955: 12.

PLAT001

The Allen Platt case (Mount Dora, Florida, 1954-1956).

90

“School Bond Approval Follows Indians’ Suit.”  News and Observer [Raleigh, NC] 10 Jan. 1952: 14.

89

Robesonian Progress Edition: Robeson County Schools.  Robesonian Sept. 1951: Sec. A.

88

Thompson, Vernon Ray.  “A Study of the Indian Schools of Robeson County, North Carolina.”  Thesis.  Ohio State U, 1951.

87

 Beckwith, Evelina Gilbert.  "A Study of the Physical Equipment and Teaching Personnel of the Indian Schools of Robeson County, North Carolina." Thesis.  U of North Carolina, 1950.

 

86

Kennedy, Harold W.  “Suggests Changes in School Survey Recommendations.”  Pembroke Progress 24 June 1948: 6B.

85

“School Report Lists Educational Needs in Detail.”  Robesonian 14 June 1948: 3.

84

“Condition Reported Poor at Pembroke Grade School.”  Pembroke Progress 20 Nov. 1947?

83

“Over 125 Teachers in Indian Schools.”  [Newspaper article, 1947?].

82

“Indian Schools.”  State School Facts [Raleigh: N.C. Dept. of Public Instruction] 17 (Sept. 1944).  1 p.

81

Stone, Jake Ward.  “A Comparative Study of Three Types of High School Teachers in Robeson County, North Carolina.”  Thesis.  Duke U, 1941.

80

Morgan, Ernest West.  “A Racial Comparison of Education in Robeson County (North Carolina).”  Thesis.  U of North Carolina, 1940.

79

“Patrons Protest Consolidation of Indian Schools.”  Robesonian June 1939: 1.

78

Lowry, M. L.  “Education Among Indians Growing at a Rapid Pace.”  Robesonian  Nov. 1937: Sec. 6 p. 3.  (Industrial—Historical—Agricultural Progress Edition.)

77

“State Commission Grants Request of Pembroke School.”  Robesonian 22 Oct. 1934: 1.

76

“Separate School Set-Up Granted Robeson Indians.”  Robesonian 27 July 1933: 1.

75

Barnes, Bahnson N.  "A History of the Robeson County School System."  Thesis.  U of  North Carolina, 1931.

74

“Indian School Is Ending Big Year.” Brevard News 2 May 1929: 3.

73

“Smilings Denied Special School by Education Board.” Robesonian 8 Dec. 1927: 1.  

72

“Smilings Apply for a Separate School District.” Robesonian 8 Sept. 1927: 1.

71

“Supreme Court Upholds Midyette in Robeson Indians School Case.”  Robesonian 31 March 1927: 1.

70

“Smilings Debarred from Indian Schools by Court Action.”  Robesonian 13 Dec. 1926: 1.

69

"Indian School Case Results in Mistrial.”  Robesonian 20 May 1926: 1.

68

“Robeson Builds Indian Schools: Large Program Is Going Forward in Several Localities.”  Charlotte Observer 6 Nov. 1925: 9.

HALI001

"New school promised to Halifax Croatan colony." The Bee [Danville, VA] Monday, June 23, 1924.

67

“First Indian County Commencement at Pembroke So Big It is Day to Reckon From.”  Robesonian 31 March 1924: 1.

66

 

Chavis, Abner.  “Cherokee Indians of Robeson—They Need More and Better Schools No Provision for Care of Insane of the Race.”  Robesonian 15 Oct. 1917: 6.

 

65

Hardin, N. B.  “In Regard to Admitting Alleged Mulattoes into Indian Schools.”  Robesonian 8 March 1915: 2.

64

“A Puzzling Problem.”  Robesonian 4 Feb. 1915: 4.

63

Edens, H. L.  “Indian Race Problems: True Cause of Frequent Contentions Among Indians of Robeson Over Indian School Matters.”  Robesonian 16 April 1914: 2.

62

Pierce, Charles F.  “The Croatan Indians of North Carolina.”  Indian School Journal [US Indian School, Chilocco, Oklahoma] 13.7 (March 1913): [303]-306.

61

“School Board Hearings: Decisions of School Committeemen Debarring Children from School Reversed....”  Robesonian 23 Jan. 1913: 1.

EDGE001

"Other North Carolina news." Atlanta Constitution September 11, 1902.