Military service

Sources

Record Number Citation
STUR001

Sturdivant, Nick. “Lumbee community offers input for national veterans.” WBTW News 13. May 18, 2016

WILL004

Willets, Sarah. “Tribe receives $185K grant to aid homeless.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC) January 15, 2016.

919

“War Records of Robeson County Indians.” N.p., n.d.

918

“Four Year College Graduates in World War II.” “Veterans of World War II in College.” Unpublished typescripts. N.d. [5] p.

JARV001

Jarvis, Craig. “Flags at half-staff for former Lumbee chairman.” The News & Observer (Raleigh, NC). June 11, 2015

RAYL001

"On service: Ray Littleturtle left Lumbee tribe stronger." Editorial. Fayetteville Observer Friday, January 14 2011.

WORL001

WORL001. “World War II Honor list of dead and missing Army and Army Air Force personnel from North Carolina. 29. (MWCTM-407-WWIICASARMY-NC)” 

FOX0005

FOX0005. Fox, Geoff. “First Indian pilots reunite, reminisce after 40 years.” Robesonian Monday, 14 May 2001.

CUMM004

Cummings, Delano. “Local author holds book signing at Vietnam Veterans Memorial.” Carolina Indian Voice 7 September 2000: 4.

LIEU001

LIEU001. “Lieutenant Colonel Kirby R. Locklear retires from active duty with U.S. Air Force.” Carolina Indian Voice Thursday, 6 July 2000: 1, 4.

BATH001

Bathurst, Sheldon. “An American warrior.” Marine Corps Gazette 82.11 (November 1998): 96- .

CUMM001

Cummings, Delano. Moon Dash Warrior: the story of an American Indian in Vietnam, a Marine from the land of the Lumbee. Livermore, ME: Signal Tree Publications, 1998. 266p.

LOCK043

LOCK043. Locklear, Grover Kevin. "Political readjustment of Lumbee Indian veterans in Robeson County, North Carolina: 1941-1998." Thesis (M.A., American Indian Studies). U of Arizona, 1998. 143p.

LOPE001

Lopez, Pablo. “Army pays first-ever tribute to American Indians; ceremony honors service of veterans dating back to Revolutionary War.” The Fresno Bee (California) 18 November 1997 (Home Edition): Telegraph section p. A6.  581 words.

CUNN001

CUNN001. Cunningham, Henry. “1st for Lumbees: a Navy admiral.” Fayetteville Observer-Times (North Carolina) 30 October 1997.

BRIT003

Britten, Thomas A. American Indians in World War I: at home and at war. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico P, 1997. Pages 57, 198 (note 20).

923

“46 Men Listed in Reserve Unit.” Robesonian 11 July 1956? [PSU-MLL. PSU Clippings File]

922

“Big Welcome Planned for Returning Pembroke Vets.” Robesonian 6 Oct. 1953: 6.

921

“Army Lists 141 Fatalities from County in World War II.” Lumberton Voice 3 July 1946. [PSU-MLL. PSU Clippings File]

920

Sharpe, J. A., Jr. “Indian Veterans Parade Before Gov. Cherry and Big Crowd at Pembroke.” Robesonian 18 March 1946: 1.

917

“Indians Have Organized Post of American Legion.” Robesonian 24 Jan. 1921: 4.

916

“Facts About Registration: Numbers of Different Ages and Races … in Robeson District No. 1 by Township.” Robesonian 19 Sept. 1918: 1.

915

“Largest Contingent of ... County Boys Who Have Gone to Camp in a Body.” Robesonian 13 June 1918: 2.

914

“31 Indians Entrained at Red Springs Yesterday.” Robesonian 30 May 1918: 1.

913

“Yadkin Boy Now in Camp Writes Letter.” Yadkin Ripple [Yadkinville, NC] 1 Nov. 1917: 1.

912

[Untitled.]  Yadkin Ripple [Yadkinville, NC] 25 Oct. 1917: 2.

911

“The American Indians and the World War.”  American Indian Magazine [Washington: Society of American Indians] 5 (Autumn 1917): 198.