Bibliography Items by Author (first author only)

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Abel David E. King Syndrome in pregnancy.
Ackley Randall Discussion: Pembroke State University.
Adams H. Indians Plan Gala Reunion; Red Men in Harnett County Prepare to Greet Brothers from Afar
Adams Jack Indians Want Tribe, Not Handout.
Adams Jerry Reservations about N.C. Indian Center.
Allday Martin L. Memorandum ... Interpretation of the Lumbee Act.
Allen James Paul We the People: An Atlas of America’s Ethnic Diversity.
Allen Robert Craig Beliefs Held by Selected Robeson County Leaders Regarding Robeson Technical Institute.
Allen S.D. More on the free black population of the Southern Appalachian mountains: speculations on the North African connection.
Allsbrook Dana Idiomatic structures in the Lumbee dialect.
Alspaugh Pat She Tries to Help Indians Create Pride in Themselves
Amanullah Mohammod The Lumbee Indians: Patterns of Adjustment
Anderson Forrest The Night Power Came to the Reservation
Anderson Forrest Coupons
Anderson Ryan K. Lumbee kinship, community, and the success of the Red Banks Mutual Association
Andrews Al Indians File Suit in School Dispute.
Angell G. Brent Recidivism, risk, and resiliency among North American Indian parolees and former prisoners: an examination of the Lumbee First Nation.
Applebome Peter Behind Hostage Case, Issues of Rural Justice
Arden Harvey Vernon Cooper, Lumbee.
Arendell Banks ‘Shake’ cheats the hangman.
Arnett Ethel Stephens The Saura and Keyauwee Indians in the Land That Became Guilford, Randolph, and Rockingham.
Arnett Karl Indian Center Symbolizes Fells Point Regeneration
Arrowood Charles F. The outlaws of Scuffletown.
Ash Andrew N. A Preliminary Natural Areas Inventory of the Lumber River Floodplain.
Ash Mary Callis Contributions to a herpetological community of practice: Funds of knowledge of Lumbee youth
Ashe S.A. Correct Names of Indians in Robeson County.
Ashe S.A. The Croatans.
Ashe Samuel A'Court History of North Carolina.
Ater Elma Louise A Historical Study of the Singing Conventions of the Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina.
Avary James C. Are There Croatans in Georgia? A Peculiar Race of People There, Said to Have Gone from North Carolina. Correspondence from New York Sun