Peebles, Lucy Gray. “Co-Op Will Disband After 29 Years.” The Lumbee 26 Jan. 1967: 1. [PSU-MLL]
Barton, Lew, and Simeon Oxendine. “Amaziah Chavis: The Success Story of One Lumbee Farmer.” Scottish Chief 21 May 1958. [PSU-MLL. PSU Clippings File]
By-laws of the Red Banks Mutual Association. National Archives and Records Administration. Record Group 96. Farmers Home Administration. File no. 100, Correspondence Relative to Resettlement Project. N.d. 11 p.
Pearmain, John. “Reservation”: Siouan Tribe of Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina. Indian Office Handbook of Information. Washington: Bureau of Indian Affairs, U.S. Dept. of Interior, compiled Oct. 1935.
Gridley, Marion E., ed. and comp. Indians of Today. 4th ed. Chicago: Indian Council Fire Pubs., 1971.
Letters, Lumbees and Lists. Statesboro, GA: Auspices, Bulloch County Historical Soc., 1993. Pp. 41-56.
McIrvin, Ronald. “The Urban Indian: A Profile of the Greensboro Native American Population.” Urban Growth and Urban Life: Proceedings of the 3rd Urban Affairs Conference of N.C. Charlotte, 1981. Pp. 419-29. [UNC-WL]
United Lumbee Nation of North Carolina and America, Inc. “Clarified and Amended Constitution and By-laws.” N.p.: n.p., 1981; rev. 1986.  p.
“Bureau of Indian Affairs. Final Determination that the United Lumbee Nation of North Carolina and America, Inc. Does Not Exist as an Indian Tribe. April 19, 1985.” Federal Register 50.85 (2 May 1985): 18746.
“Memorandum ... Recommendation and Summary of Evidence for Proposed Finding Against Federal Acknowledgement of the United Lumbee Nation of North Carolina and America, Inc. Pursuant to 25 CFR 83.” Washington: Bureau of Indian Affairs, U.S. Dept. of Interior, [28 Mar. 1984]. 27 p.