Our People: The Lumbee. DVD. 28.00 min. Pembroke, NC: Native American Resource Center, UNC-Pembroke (in collaboration with the North Carolina Commission of Indian Affairs), 2009.
Duensing, Ed, and Helen M. Scheirbeck, comps. Campfires: Legends and Tales of the Eastern Indians. Lumberton: Div. of Compensatory Education, Title IV, Part A, Indian Education Project, Robeson County Board of Education, 1985. [PSU-MLL]
Indian Historical Sites in Southeast North Carolina. Pembroke: Lumbee Regional Development Association, 1981. [IERC]
United Native Instruction to Youth: An Indian Studies Curriculum for Grades K-5 and 8-9. Developed by Title IV Part A, Robeson County Compensatory Indian Eduction Project and Robeson County Board of Education. 1979. [IERC] [PSU-MLL] Also ERIC ED 219 214.
Study Prints. Billy E. Barnes, designer. Lumberton: Title IV, Part A Indian Education Project, Robeson County Board of Education, 1979. [IERC]
Ethnic Studies Guide and Resources Manual for the Carolinas. By Rachel A. Bonney. Washington: Office of Education (DHEW), Ethnic Heritage Studies Branch, 1979. ERIC ED 183 494
The Argus. Microfilm. [RCPL] 20 Aug. 1902--29 Dec. 1905.
“Compulsory Attendance: No Exemption for American Indians/Misunderstanding of Law No Defense. State v. Chavis, 45 N.C.App. 438, 263 S.E.2d 356 (1980).” School Law Bulletin [U of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Inst. of Government] 12.3 (July 1981): 20.
“In the Matter of the Lumbee Indians of North Carolina.” 58 Comp. Gen. 699. (Decisions of the U.S. Comptroller General, no. B-185659) 1 Aug. 1979. 10 p. GA1.5:58
63rd Cong. 2nd Session. S.Res. 410. “Resolution Directing the Secretary of the Interior to Cause an Investigation to be Made as to the Condition and Tribal Rights of Certain Indians in North Carolina, and to Make a Report Thereon to Congress.” Introd. by Simmons, 30 June 1914.