The Indians of Robeson County: A People Proud and Free. Videotape series. Lumberton: Robeson County Compensatory Indian Education Project, 1979? [IERC]
Films and videotapes
Hold On! Robeson County’s Fight for Justice. Videotape. Written and narrated by Mab Segrest. Durham: North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious Violence, 1988. 35 min.
A County on the Brink. Videotape. “Stateline.” University of North Carolina Center for Public Television and WTVD, Raleigh. Broadcast: 3 Nov. 1988.
Indian Pentecostal Service. Eastern North Carolina, 12 Aug. 1980. Videotape. No dir., no prod. 60 min.
Robeson County Compensatory Indian Education Project. “Oral History Videotapes.” 1982. [Fourteen videotapes of Lumbee elders.]
McMahan, Eva M. “Lumbee Soundings: Voices of the Past.” [Script for a 30-minute videotape.] Lumberton: Robeson County Compensatory Indian Education Project, 31 May 1984. 18 p.
Gazda, Antoinette. “Through Native Eyes: The Henry Berry Lowrie Story (A Native American 'Robin Hood') - N.C. Director Van Coleman brings the legendary story of Henry Berry Lowrie to the screen.” Reel Carolina: Journal of Film and Video 5.5. (September 1999) : 8, 20, 23.