Rutledge, Archibald. “The Lost Colony.” From the Hills to the Sea: Fact and Legend of the Carolinas. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1958. Pp. 30-41.
Book chapter or section
Lawrence, Robert Carbelle. “As You Love Your State, Hold Robeson.” The State of Robeson. Lumberton: J. J. Little and Ives, 1939. Pp. 111-20.
Ross, Thomas E. “The Lumbees: Population Growth of a Non-Reservation Indian Tribe.” A Cultural Geography of North American Indians. Ed. Thomas E. Ross. Boulder: Westview, 1987. Pp. 297-309.
Gade, Ole, and H. Daniel Stilwell. “Population Dynamics of the Coastal Plains Region. Robeson County.” North Carolina: People and Environments. Boone, NC: Geo-App, 1986. Pp. 135-42.
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.
Smith, Donald B. “From Sylvester Long to Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance.” Being and Becoming Indian: Biographical Studies of North American Frontiers. Ed. James A. Clifton. Chicago: Dorsey, 1989. Pp. 183-203.
Lerch, Patricia Barker. “State-Recognized Indians of North Carolina, Including a History of the Waccamaw Sioux.” Indians of the Southeastern United States in the Late Twentieth Century. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1992. Pp. 44-71.
Dial, Adolph L. “Lumbee Indians.” 5th Gulf Coast History and Humanities Conference, Pensacola, FL, Feb. 7-9, 1974. Indians of the Lower South: Past and Present. Ed. John K. Mahon. Pensacola: The Conference, 1975. Pp. 77-92.
Rights, Douglas L. The American Indian in North Carolina. 2nd ed. Winston-Salem: John F. Blair, 1957. Pp. 144-49.
Maynor, Malinda. "Finding wisdom in places: Lumbee family history." Indigenous diasporas and dislocations. Eds. Graham Harvey and Charles D. Thompson, Jr. Vitality of indigenous religions. Aldershot, England; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2005. 153-67.