Race relations and segregation

Key Sources

Record Number Citation
LOWE004

Lowery, Malinda Maynor. Lumbee Indians in the Jim Crow South: Race, Identity, and the Making of a Nation. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 2010.   Key source

Sources

Record Number Citation
BLOG025

Ahearn, Lorraine. "Lumbee slur: Big-mouth DJs with small minds." Greensboro News and Record [Greensboro, NC] April 11, 2008.

MCKE001

McKenna, Christopher J."Tri-racial theaters in Robeson County, North Carolina, 1896-1940." Going to the movies: Hollywood and the social experience of cinema. Ed. Richard Maltby, Melvyn Stokes, and Robert C. Allen. Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2008. Pages 45-59; notes on pages 399-402.

YEOM003

Yeomans, Jonathan. "Blacks lament lack of power." Robesonian Monday, April 23, 2007.

HARR001

Harrell, Hannah B. "The Question of Race in Robeson County, 1864-1885." Undergraduate honors thesis. 23 pages. University of North Carolina at Pembroke, 2005

BROO002

Brooker, Lena Epps. “The blessings of Boone.” Appalachian Life 62 (December/January 2003): 24-25, 29.

JENK014

Jenkins, Venita. “Complaint alleges hiring bias for Robeson judicial post.” Fayetteville Observer Sunday, 24 November 2001.

JENK007

Jenkins, Venita. “UNCP's Indian logo draws critics.” Fayetteville Observer Wednesday, 9 May 2001.

JONE001

Jones, Rhett S. “Black/Indian relations: an overview of the scholarship.” Transforming Anthropology 10.1 (2001): 2-16.

POLL001

“Poll: Hatcher has cost county jobs.” Robesonian 18 January 2000: 4A

HERR001

Herring, Roger D. “Experiencing a lack of money and appropriate skin color: a personal narrative.” Journal of Counseling and Development 77 (Winter 1999): 25-27.

STEI001

Stein, Robert E. “Encountering liberalism: devaluing the economics of racism.” Diss. Michigan U, 1999. 275 pages.

BART005

Barton, Garry Lewis. “I'm not a bad apple, folk.” Carolina Indian Voice 29 October 1998:2.

BIAN003

Biank, Tanya S. “Race an open issue in Robeson County.” Fayetteville Observer-Times 26 October 1996

DUBI001

Dubin, Murray. “It's official: they're American Indian, so they can get married.” Philadelphia Inquirer (Pennsylvania) 23 March 1991: A01 (Sunday).

LEGE001

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.

KATZ001

Katz, William Loren. “Blacks-Indians alliance has deep roots.” New York Times March 2, 1988, page A22. 413 words.

830

Bigelow, Scott. “Violence Seldom Crosses Racial Lines.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 16 April 1979: 1.

812

Nichols, Rick. “Indians Hit Postmaster Appointment.” News and Observer [Raleigh, NC] 26 May 1974: 1.

794

Waynick, Capus M., ed. North Carolina and the Negro. Raleigh: North Carolina Mayors’ Co-Operating Committee, 1964. Pp. 127-28.

WEIN001

Weinberger, Andrew D. “A reappraisal of the constitutionality of miscegenation statutes.” Journal of Negro education 26.4 (Autumn 1957): 435-446.

786

“Judge Ivey Says He Followed Law and Practices of People.” Pembroke Progress [Pembroke, NC] 28 Jan. 1954: [4].

785

“ ... Cover Limited Territory.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 25 Jan. 1954: [4].

784

“Woman Advised ‘to Go North’ after Two Court Appearances.” Robesonian 22 Jan. 1954: 1.

783

“Indian Prison Camp To Be Moved Here: All-Indian Staff ... Headed by Harry West Locklear.” Robesonian 10 Nov. 1949.

782

Barton, Lew. “A Report on the Robeson County Indian.” Robesonian 18 May 1949: 4.

778

“White Man To Leave State to Live with Indian Wife He Loves.” Robesonian 17 May 1939: 1.

776

“Indians and Negroes To Be Segregated at Prison Camp.” Robesonian 16 May 1938: 4.

775

“Rowland Theatre to Open Monday.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 29 Oct. 1937: 8.

765

“Robeson Indians.”  Robesonian 10 Jan. 1916: 4.

764

Wilkins, W. S.  “State Should Provide for Indian Insane: White and Colored Insane Are Provided For But There Is No Place for the Indian Insane.”  Robesonian 6 Sept. 1915: 3.

RACE001

"Race riot quelled in North Carolina." Atlanta Constitution February 4, 1913.

763

Locklear, A. W.  “The ‘Macs’ of Robeson: Hon. Hamilton McMillan and What He and Other ‘Macs’ Have Done for the Croatan Indians.”  Robesonian 6 Aug. 1908: 1.

762

Stancill, G. W.  “A Lie Denounced: An Old Confederate Soldier and Preacher Denounces as a Lie the Report that He Is Preaching Social Equality.”  Robesonian 25 May 1908: 1.

REDS001

"Reds and Blacks in bloody fight: Croatan Indians and Negroes have a mix in North Carolina." Atlanta Constitution Thursday, August 6, 1903.

761

“The Pembroke Petition.”  The Argus 12 Feb. 1903: 2.

760

“Strong Argument for the Amendment.”  Robesonian 17 July 1900: 2.

759

Humphrey, W. H.  “A Card.”  Robesonian 26 June 1900: 1.

FURM001

Furman, McDonald. “Jim Smiling a Redbone: an interesting patriarch of unique people in privateer.” The State (Columbia, SC) 27 May 1897.