Biographical sources

Sources

Record Number Citation
LAGR001

Lagrone, Juanita. "Chavis: 'You can't teach passion.'" Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] July 31, 2016.

LOCK065

Locklear, Mark. “Maynor remembered as advocate for students.” Laurinburg Exchange (Laurinburg, NC). June 26, 2016

WILL005

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

MERE001

Meredith, America. “Lloyd Earl Oxendine.” First American Art Magazine Winter (2015/2016): 90-91.

LAND002

Landry, Alysa. “Robin Cummings: The New ‘Mayor’ at UNC Pembroke.” Indian Country Today Media Network. September 29, 2015

LUMB017

“Lumbee Indians of NC: Work and Cook and Eat.” Southern Foodways Alliance.

OXEN011

Oxendine, Linda. "Remembering Adolph Dial: A man for all seasons." Robesonian (Lumberton, NC) September 2, 2013.

MAGU002

Maguire, Marti. "Finding the beauty of story in a difficult history [Malinda Maynor Lowery]." Tar Heel of the Week. News and observer [Raleigh, NC] July 13, 2013.

LOWE002

Lowery, Malinda Maynor. "In memorium [Helen Maynor Scheirbeck]." Journal of American Indian Education 50 (2011): 12.

RAYL001

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

CHAV005

Chavis, Preston. Memoirs of a Lumbee Native American boy. Mustang, OK: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, 2011.

OWIN001

Owings, Alison. “A trio of Lumbees. Pamela Brooks Sweeney, Curt Locklear, and Mary and Cummings Jacobs.”  Indian voices: Listening to Native Americans.  New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 2011.  37–61.

HAST003

Hasty, Kim. "'Handsome Ransom' was a leader in life." Fayetteville Observer [Fayetteville, NC] Sunday, February 21, 2010.

CHAV004

Chavis, Ben, and Carey Blakeley. Crazy like a fox: one principal's triumph in the inner city. New York: New American Library, 2009.

FUTC010

Futch, Michael. "Cape Fear profile: Oxendine finds career in family roots [Linda Ellen Oxendine]." Fayetteville Observer September 28, 2008.

BARR001

"A treasure tribes willingly share. Museum adviser, a Lumbee, advocates for all American Indians." Tar Heel of the Week. News and Observer (Raleigh, NC) May 27, 2007.

HAWT001

Hawthorne, Robert M., Jr. “Freda Porter-Locklear.” In: American Indian biographies. Rev. ed. Ed. Carole Barrett and Harvey Markowitz. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2005. Pp. 391-392.

LOWR008

Lowry, Welton. “Welton Lowry.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). March 16, 2004

PETE002

Peterson, Stacy. “Dr. Ruth Dial Woods: Coming full circle.” Fayetteville Observer Sunday, 26 May 2002.

SHAT001

“Shattering the silences.” Web. www.pbs.org/shattering/text.html (Accessed April 9, 2002)

INHO002

“The Indian Honor Association of Robeson County honors these Indian elders . . . our Indian lawyers and judges.” Carolina Indian Voice 29 June 2000: 14.

INHO003

“The Indian Honor Association of Robeson County honors these Indian elders . . . our retired military warriors.” Carolina Indian Voice 29 June 2000: 12-13.

INHO001

“Our spiritual leaders of the Gospel.” Carolina Indian Voice Thursday, June 29, 2000: 9.

INHO004

“The Indian Honor Association of Robeson County . . . honoring our retired Indian law enforcement officials.” Carolina Indian Voice 29 June 2000: 11.

RUTH001

“Ruth Woods.” In: DISCovering multicultural America (Web and CD-ROM database). Gale Group, 2000.

HELE001

“Helen Maynor Scheirbeck.” DISCovering multicultural America (Web and CD-ROM database). Gale Group, 2000.

DEAN001

“Dean Chavers.” DISCovering multicultural America (Web and CD-ROM database). Gale Group, 2000.

KAYE001

Kaye, Mary. “A place to be an Indian.” Sassy (New York: Fairfax Publications) 5 (November 1992): 74-5, 82-3.

VILL001

Villa, Judi. “Honored for making a difference, social worker is committed to aiding abused children on Indian reservation.” Arizona Republic/Phoenix Gazette 1 May 1992: 6-7 (Friday).

866

Ruffin, Jane. “He’s Moving Up in a System He Helped Open Up.” News and Observer 22 Oct. 1989: 3D. Rpt. in CIV 2 Nov. 1989: 5.

861

Gingrich, Stephanie. “Pembroke Woman Strives to Better the Community.” Robesonian 27 March 1989: 5A.

270

Seessel, Adam.  “Lumbee historian dedicated to the only land he knows.”  News and Observer (Raleigh, NC) 15 March 1988: 3D.

844

Jordan, Pat. “The Passions of Joe Freeman Britt.” Southern Magazine March (1987): 38-41, 95-99.

1012

Klein, Barry T. Reference Encyclopedia of the American Indian. Vol. 2. New York: Todd Publications, 1986.

839

Remsberg, Bonnie; Donna P. Conley, and Shirley James Longshore. “Fifty American Heroines.” Ladies Home Journal 101 (July 1984): 85, 141.

838

Patterson, Dennis. “Pembroke Editor Fights Odds to Fulfill Dream.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] 8 March 1984: 2A.

1011

Lumbee Professional Resource Directory. 2nd ed. Pembroke: Lumbee Regional Development Association [1981?]

JOYC002

Joyce, Maureen. "Brantley Blue, Judge, GOP Indian Official, Dies." Washington Post August 5, 1979.

1010

Robeson County Board of Education. Historical and Contemporary Indian Leaders of Robeson County. Lumberton: The Board, 1979. 26p.

1009

Paths Toward Freedom: A Biographical History of Blacks and Indians in North Carolina by Blacks and Indians. Raleigh: Center for Urban Affairs, North Carolina State U, 1976.

1008

Locklear, Janie Maynor, and Drenna J. Oxendine, comps. Contemporary Lumbee Leaders. Pembroke: Lumbee Regional Development Association, Dec. 1974. 30 p. [Sketches on 19 leaders.]

1007

“Biographies of deceased Lumbee leaders.” Unpublished typescript. Lumberton: Lumbee Indian Education Project, Lumbee Regional Development Association, 1974. 36 p.

1006

Davidson, Margie. “Indian women look to the future.” News and Observer 25 March 1973: Sec. 3 p. 1.

1005

Gridley, Marion E., ed. and comp. Indians of Today. 4th ed. Chicago: Indian Council Fire Pubs., 1971.

118

Coit, John. “The gentle warrior for Lumbee Indians.” News and Observer (Raleigh, NC) 18 Oct. 1970: Sec. 4 p. 3.

901

Warren, Gene. “Pinchbeck Dedicates His Life to Working with Boy Scouts.” Lumberton Post/Scottish Chief 16 March 1969: 11.