Communities in Robeson County that are mainly Lumbee
Blu, Karen I. “'Where do you stay at?' Home place and community among the Lumbee.” Senses of place. Ed. Steven Feld and Keith H. Basso. Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research Press, 1996. Pp. 197-227. Key source
Blu, Karen I. “'Reading back' to find community: Lumbee ethnohistory.” In North American Indian anthropology: essays on society and culture. Ed. Raymond J. DeMallie and Alfonso Ortig. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1994. Pp. 278-95. Key source
Hunt, Elmer W. The Elmer W. Hunt photograph collection. U of North Carolina at Pembroke Library, Pembroke, NC, 1953-1973. Key source
Martin, D. G. “An insider's guide to Pembroke.” Our State: Down Home in North Carolina 68.6 (November 2000): 66-72.
“Book signing planned for new historical book, Pembroke in the Twentieth Century.” Carolina Indian Voice 18 March 1999:1.
Batten, Sammy, and James Locklear. “Pembroke still a close-knit town.” Fayetteville Observer-Times (North Carolina) 7 January 1999 (Thursday).
Brayboy, Connee. Pembroke in the Twentieth Century. (The American Century Series) Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 1999. 96p. Key source
Travis, Scott. “The unbeaten path: Indian life once centered on the Burnt Swamp community.” Fayetteville Observer-Times (Fayetteville, N.C.) 25 August 1996.
“Slow, Fascinating Growth of Odum Home.” Charity and Children 72.33 (3 Mar. 1960): 1, 4. Rpt. in Carolina Indian Voice 27 Oct. 1977: 11.
Nichols, Rick. “Indians Hit Postmaster Appointment.” News and Observer [Raleigh, NC] 26 May 1974: 1.
“Pembroke Club Gets Charter.” Robesonian 15 Nov. 1961.
“Pembroke Scout Troop 328 Marks Its 20th Birthday.” Robesonian 11 Feb. 1958: .
Simkins, Virginia. “Young Foster Mother and 19 Kids Are Transforming an Institution.” Robesonian 2 Dec. 1956?
Brown, J. C. “Indian 4-H Boys and Girls Learn Lesson in Living.” Robesonian 2 Aug. 1955: 7. Rpt. from Extension Service Review (USDA), June 1954.