Religion and churches

Key Sources

Record Number Citation
MAYN019

Maynor, Malinda, and Judy Kertesz. Sounds of Faith [Website]. 1999-2002. Key source

MAYN009

Sounds of Faith. Dir. and prod. by Malinda M. Maynor. Videocassette. Department of Communication, Stanford U, 1997. 14 min. 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

Record Number Citation
CUMM006

"Cummings, longtime pastor, Lumbee leader dies at 91." Paid obituary. Robesonian May 16 2012.

431

Pembroke State University.  American Indian Studies Dept.  “Early Lumbee Religion.”  Oral history audiotapes.  [Not seen.] [n.d.]

LOWR006

Lowry, David S, and James L. Peacock. For the Healing of the Nations: Lumbee Indian Community, Christian Missions, and the Transformative Power of Intervention. Diss. Chapel Hill, N.C: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2012.

MITC001

Mitchell, Lynette Blair. “A place of belonging.” News and Observer (Raleigh, NC) Friday, 12 April 2002.

MIKE001

“Mike Cummings elected as president of N.C. Baptists again.” Carolina Indian Voice Thursday, November 16, 2000: page 1.

WELT001

“Rev. Welton Lowry has seen many changes in his life.” Carolina Indian Voice 20 April 2000: 1.

VICT001

“Victory United Methodist Church.” [column: Mecklenberg Neighbors]. Charlotte Observer 8 March 2000: 10M.

RAIL001

Railey, John. “Some Baptists see new day.” Winston-Salem Journal Sunday, 30 May 1999: B1, B3.

SHIM001

Shimron, Yonat. “New Baptist leader an inspiration to his people.” (Tar Heel of the Week.) News and Observer (Raleigh, NC) 30 May 1999: 1B.

CHAM001

Chamberlain, Knight. “Answering the call: Cummings set to accept N.C. Baptist leadership role.” Robesonian 15 May 1999: 1A.

SMIT002

Smith, Marci. “Tuning in to God.” Robesonian 21 April 1999: C1.

BYER001

Byers, Donnie. “Past, future on display at Odom (sp) home dedication.” Robesonian 28 April 1999: 1A.

430

Garfield, Ken.  “United Methodists to Launch Mecklenburg Church for Indians.”  Charlotte Observer 9 June 1993: 1C.

429

Borchert, John L.  “WNCC Organizes New Native American Church.”  North Carolina Christian Advocate 26 Jan. 1993 No. 2 WNCC: 1, 10.

428

Locklear, Barbara Braveboy-.  “Friendship Missionary Baptist Church Building on Dedication and Devotion.”  Robesonian 4 Sept. 1992: 6A.

427

“Native American Pastors Seek Degrees at Campbell.”  Robesonian 24 April 1992: 8A.

426

Wilcox, Ed.  “Robeson Preacher Opens His Own TV Station.”  Robesonian 8 March 1992: C1.

425

Scipio, Sylvester.  “From Tents to TV, Locklear’s Ministry Grows.”  Robesonian 3 May 1991: 8A.

424

Gustafson, Robert K.  “The Religion of the Lumbee Indians.”  Paper presented at the American Academy of Religion conference, New Orleans, 14 Nov. 1990.

423

Rhodes, Barbara.  “First Native American Woman Is Pastor.”  Robesonian 22 June 1990: 7A.

421

Bumgarner, George William.  The Methodist Episcopal Church in North Carolina,  1865-1939: Among the White Population, the Lumbee Native Americans, and, to a Limited Extent, the Black Population.  [Charlotte]: Committee on Archives and History, Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church, 1990.  Pp. 223-35.

422

Smith, Joseph Michael, and Lula Jane Smith. The Lumbee Methodists: Getting to know them. A folk history. Raleigh: Commission of Archives and History, North Carolina Methodist Conference, 1990.

420

Rouse, Jeanne.  “Native American Church Has First Worship Service.”  North Carolina Christian Advocate 44 (15 Nov. 1988): 5.

419

Norton, Bill, Jr.  “A Tearful William Foster Jacobs–Lay Person of Year.”  North Carolina Christian Advocate 28 June 1988: 2.

418

Tyson, Ruel W., Jr.  “The Testimony of Sister Annie Mae.”  Diversities of Gifts: Field Studies in Southern Religion.  Ed. Ruel W. Tyson, Jr.  Urbana: U of Illinois P, 1988.  Pp. 105-25.

417

Lowry, Jerry.  “A Brief History of Native American Methodist Missions.”  Unpub. typescript.  Durham: Duke U Divinity School, [20 Mar. 1987].  59 p.

416

Oliver, James Ralph.  “Development of a Campus Ministry Program by First United Methodist Church, Pembroke, North Carolina.”  Professional Project for Doctorate of Ministry.  Drew U, 1987.

416

Oliver, James Ralph.  “Development of a Campus Ministry Program by First United Methodist Church, Pembroke, North Carolina.”  Professional Project for Doctorate of Ministry.  Drew U, 1987.

416

Oliver, James Ralph.  “Development of a Campus Ministry Program by First United Methodist Church, Pembroke, North Carolina.”  Professional Project for Doctorate of Ministry.  Drew U, 1987.

415

Barton, Bruce.  Religious Experience an Important Part of Lumbee Heritage.  Pembroke:  Lumbee Regional Development Association, June 1984.  197 p.

414

Reaves, Malik.  “How Strong a Foundation.”  The Interpreter [Dayton, OH: United Methodist Communications] 27.8 (Nov.-Dec. 1983): 10-13.

413

Lowry, Jason B.  “An Evaluation of the Eighty-First Annual Session of the Lumber River Conference of the Holiness Methodist Church Held at Union Chapel Church, Nov. 6-8, 1981.”  Unpublished typescript. 1982.

412

Indian Pentecostal Service.  Eastern North Carolina, 12 Aug. 1980.  Videotape.  No dir., no prod.  60 min.

410

Barton, Lew.  “Most Influential Man Among the Lumbee Dies.”  The Lumbee 1 Feb. 1968: 1.

411

“‘Miracle’ on Branch Street.”  The Methodist Story [Evanston, IL]  Feb. 1968: 1.  Rpt. in The Lumbee 15 Feb. 1968: 1.

409

“Rev. D. F. Lowry Day Observed at Pembroke First Methodist Church.”  North Carolina Christian Advocate 111.1 (6 Jan. 1966): 1, 5.

408

“Pleasant Grove Church Organized in 1900.”  The Lumbee 11 Nov. 1965: 1.

407

Barton, Lew.  “Day Starts Early, Ends Late for This Friend of Mankind.”  Robesonian 23 March 1959: 5.

406

Barton, Lew.  “Lumbee Leader Has Lived a Full and Fruitful Life.” Robesonian 5 Feb. 1959: 16.

405

Lowry, D. F.  “Stresses Unity for Advance in Indian Church.”  Robesonian 6 March 1958.

404

Lowry, D. F.  “Calls for Unification of Indian Methodists.”  Robesonian 13 Feb. 1958: [4].

403

Lowry, D. F.  “Recalls Lumbee Conference Formed Around Union Chapel.”  Robesonian 9 Jan. 1958.

402

Free Will Baptist Historical Collection.  Moye Library.  Mount Olive College.  Mount Olive, NC 28365  (919-658-2502) 1957. [Not seen.]

401

Thompson, Betty.  “A ‘Lost Colony’ of Methodists?”  World Outlook [New York: Board of Missions, United Methodist Church] 24 (Aug. 1954): 16-18.

394

“Vigorous Church Life.”  1940; rpt. Robesonian 21 July 1954: 7.

400

“Burnt Swamp Association Observes 75th Anniversary.”  [newspaper article?].  20 Oct. 1952.

399

Robbins, Cecil W.  “Meet the Methodists of Pembroke Parish.”  North Carolina Christian Advocate 23 Aug. 1951: 4-5.

397

Lowry, Reba.  “He Carried the Mail for Thirty Years.”  Pembroke Progress 10 Nov. 1949: 1.

396

Carter, J. L.  “Burnt Swamp Association History Traced.”  The Biblical Recorder 5 Jan. 1949.

398

Johnson, Guy B.  “A Survey of the Churches of Robeson County, North Carolina, 1948-1949.”  Tentative compilation: 3 Oct. 1948.  Revised introductory remarks: 20 Jan. 1950.  12 p.  [Included in entry 468].

395

“Well Known Religious Leader Lost in Passing of Rev. Maynor.”  Pembroke Progress 1 Jan. 1948: 1.

393

Lowry, D. F.  “Robeson’s Indians Taking Interest in Religious Affairs.”  Robesonian Nov. 1937: Sec. 3 p. 6.

392

Locklear, A. S.  “The Catawba Indians: Reservation of 600 Acres Near Rock Hill, S.C.—Missionary Work Among Them.”  Robesonian 15 Oct. 1917: 3.

391

“First Baptist Church—Training Indian Preachers.”  Robesonian 11 Feb. 1915: 5.

390

“Notice to Citizens of the Indian Race.”  The Argus 25 Sept. 1902: 2.

389

Deep Branch Baptist Church.  Manuscripts, 1882-1984.  [Not seen.]

388

Burnt Swamp Baptist Association.  Minutes of the Annual Session.  1881-1983.