Cultural expressions–-other

Sources

Record Number Citation
SINC001

Sinclair, Tomeka. "Murals in Greensboro feature images of Lumbee Tribe members." The Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. September 18, 2017.

ROBE16

"Tribe gets Smithsonian showcase [Editorial]." The Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. September 1, 2017.

BRIT005

Britt, Grant. "National Folk Festival: Dark Water Rising led by soulful powerhouse." Greensboro News and Record [Greensboro, NC] August 17, 2017.

ROBE022

"Lumbee youth to present films [Staff report]." The Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. July 1, 2017.

LOWE006

Lowery, Malinda Maynor. "The Lumbee table is equal parts Indian, southern, and American." Indyweek November 23, 2016.

UNCP007

"UNC Pembroke, Lumbee Tribe make Riverside a cross-country site." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] August 11, 2016.

WOOD002

Wood, Sara, and Malinda M. Lowery. "As We Cooked, As We Lived: Lumbee Foodways." Southern Cultures 21.1 (2015): 84-91.

DOLA001

Dolasinski, Amanda. "Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina to host gospel festival Oct. 4 [2014]." Fayetteville Observer [Fayetteville, NC] September 22, 2014.

TRIB003

"Tribe votes to purchase cultural center. Plans to restore to promote heritage." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] March 29, 2014.

LUMB017

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

PARK003

Parker, Alison E., Halberstadt, Amy G., Dunsmore, Julie C., Townley, Greg, Bryant, Alfred, Thompson, Julie A., Beale, Karen S. "'Emotions are a window into one's heart': A qualitative analysis of parental beliefs about children's emotions across three ethnic groups: IV. Results." Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, Vol 77(3), Sep, 2012. pp. 43-80.

PARK004

Parker, Alison E., Halberstadt, Amy G., Dunsmore, Julie C., Townley, Greg, Bryant, Alfred, Thompson, Julie A., Beale, Karen S. "'Emotions are a window into one's heart': A qualitative analysis of parental beliefs about children's emotions across three ethnic groups: V. Discussion." Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, Vol 77(3), Sep, 2012. pp. 81-106.

PARK002

Parker, Alison E., Halberstadt, Amy G., Dunsmore, Julie C., Townley, Greg, Bryant, Alfred, Thompson, Julie A.  "'Emotions are a window into one's heart': A qualitative analysis of parental beliefs about children's emotions across three ethnic groups: I. Introduction." Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, Vol 77(3), Sep, 2012. pp. 1-25.

RAYL001

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

SING001

Singh, Renee. "Our roots go back to Roanoke: Investigating the link between the Lost Colony and the Lumbee People of North Carolina [Unpublished undergraduate student essay]." Prized Writing [UC Davis] 2006.

WITT023

Witten, Scott. “Cultural Center ‘not in danger.’ ” Robesonian Friday, May 16, 2003.

WOOL004

Woolverton, Paul. “Cherokees air cultural center concerns.” Fayetteville Observer May 15, 2003.

JENK025

Jenkins, Venita. “Indian center supporters hope changes help.” Fayetteville Observer May 12, 2003.

BRYA003

Bryant, Alfred Jr., Baker, Stanley B. "The feasibility of constructing profiles of Native Americans from the People of Color Racial identity Attitude Scale: A brief report." Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, Vol 36(1), Apr, 2003. pp. 2-8.

PURV001

Purvis, Kathleen. “Tracking down a Lumbee menu.” Charlotte Observer Tuesday, 11 June 2002.

PURV002

Purvis, Kathleen. “A Lumbee feast starts Southern.” Charlotte Observer Tuesday, 11 June 2002.

WITT010

Witten, Scott. “Bill Includes $50,000 for Indian Cultural Center.” Robesonian 12 November 2001.

ADAM001

Adams, Jerry. "Reservations about N.C. Indian Center." Business North Carolina 21.9 (September 2001): 17.

LOCK012

Locklear, Mark. “Indian mothers look to make a difference.” Robesonian 20 August 2001.

386

N.C.  General Assembly.  Legislative Research Commission.  “North Carolina Indian Cultural Center.”  Report to the 1993 General Assembly of North Carolina.  [Raleigh]: The Commission, [15 Jan. 1993].  N.C. Docs Microfiche Y4/2 2:I39 1993.

377

Ferbel, Peter Jordan.  “Reading Objects, Positioning Selves:  Narratives of Material Culture and Social Identity at the Museum of the Native American Resource Center, Pembroke, North Carolina.”  Thesis.  U of South Carolina, 1991.

371

Culbreth, John.  “Cultural Center in Jeopardy Due to Land Dispute.”  Robesonian 1 May 1990: 1A.

366

Guyton, Nanette.  “Lumbee Homecoming Helps Lumbees Keep in Touch with Heritage.”  Robesonian 1 July 1989.  Lumbee Homecoming Supplement, p. 9.

365

Godfrey, R. L.  “Homecoming Renews a Sense of Tradition.”  Robesonian 1 July 1989.  Lumbee Homecoming Supplement, p. 3.

364

Gingrich, Stephanie.  “Area Native Promotes Indian Center’s Benefits.”  Robesonian 28 March 1989: 5A.

363

Quillin, Martha.  “Plans Unveiled for Robeson Indian Center.”  News and Observer 1 March 1989: Sec. C p. 1.

359

Witten, Scott.  “Cultural Center Will Bring Boost to Entire County.”  Robesonian 24 July 1988: B1. 

354

Wilbur Smith and Associates.  "A Feasibility Study and Concept Plan for the North Carolina Indian Cultural Tourist Center."  Prepared for the North Carolina Commission of Indian Affairs.  Columbia, SC: Wilbur Smith and Associates, November, 1981.

1397

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

819

Sider, Gerald M. “Lumbee Indian Cultural Nationalism and Ethnogenesis.” Dialectical Anthropology 1.2 (Feb. 1976): 161-72.