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.

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.

CHAV005

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

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)

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.

INHO002

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

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.

RUTH001

“Ruth Woods.” In: 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.