Bibliography Items by Author (first author only)

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Haas Joel Celebrating a ‘Oneness’.
Habib Ashraf Anesthetic management of a ventilator-dependent parturient with the King-Denborough syndrome.
Hahn Jonathan North Carolina hits the brakes on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline
Haladay Jane By the Lumbee River with Chad Locklear’s “Swamp Posse”
Halberstadt Amy Development And Validation Of The Parents' Beliefs About Children's Emotions Questionnaire
Hall Bob Bucking the System: The Success and Survival of Organized Workers in Rural, Anti-Union North Carolina
Hall Doug 100 Tuscaroras Rally in Raleigh.
Hamilton Lee Pembroke Artist’s Work To Be Sold at SATW Auction.
Hammonds Barbara 50 poems.
Hammonds Renee People's perceptions of Lumbee Vernacular English
Hammonds Ronald The strongest verdict from recent trial was that the Lumbee people have no government
Hannel Eric Reinterpreting a Native American Identity: Examining the Lumbee Through the Peoplehood Model
Hannel Eric Lumbee: Reinterpreting a native american identity through peoplehood
Hardin N.B. In Regard to Admitting Alleged Mulattoes into Indian Schools.
Harding A.B. Sojourning in Georgia-A Prosperous Colony of Indians
Harding Barry From the Office of the Superintendent
Harding Barry From the Office of the Superintendent.
Harllee William Curry Account of incidents in Dillon County, South Carolina resembling those of the Lowry Band in Robeson County.
Harmon Elaine Davis 1850 Federal Census of Robeson County, NC.
Harrell Hannah 'Slap 'em around a little if you have to but don't hurt 'em': the Lumbees and the Ku Klux Klan rally of 1958.
Harrington Billie Jo Graham Navigating mainstream higher education: Examining the experiences of native students using Tinto’s interactionalist’s model.
Harrison Eric Some Hail N.C. Hostage-Takers as Heroes of Oppressed
Hasty Kim Sunday salute: Milton Hunt was a ‘true icon’ around Pembroke
Hasty Kim 'Handsome Ransom' was a leader in life
Hatch Leah Joy An analysis of irregular verb usage in Lumbee English
Hatcher Eddie Takeover: The Trials of Eddie Hatcher
Hauptman Lawrence M. River pilots and swamp guerillas: Pamunkee and Lumbee unionists.
Hawthorne Robert M., Jr. Freda Porter-Locklear
Hazard Anne Lumbees exhibit heritage at Smithsonian Festival.
Hazel Forest Black, White & ‘Other’: The Struggle for Recognition.
Healey Jon Sanford Introduces Bill to Give Lumbees Full Federal Recognition, but No Aid.
Healey Thomas Civil rights trailblazer leaves Indians better off
Hellerstein Erica Atlantic Coast Pipeline Unlikely to Bring Economic Development to Three Eastern North Carolina counties, Report Finds
Henderson Bruce Robeson civic leader dies at 69: Simeon Oxendine won fame confronting Klan.
Henderson Bruce Lumbees Fight for Recognition as Tribe.
Henderson Bruce Martin Names Charlotte Woman to Head NC Indian Commission.
Henderson Bruce Lumbee Indian Strives for Equality for All Races
Henderson Bruce Indians Free Hostages at Paper
Henderson Bruce Robeson Activist John Godwin Dies
Henderson Bruce No One Was to Be Hurt in Siege, Jacobs Said
Henderson Bruce Acquittals Draw Protest
Henderson Bruce A Year Later, Elements Still Linger in Robeson Hostage Drama
Henderson David H. Face to face with the Lumbee ghost?
Henderson James E. The Croatan Indians of Robeson County
Henderson James E. The Croatan Indians of Robeson County.
Henderson Randi Indian Center Wants to Preserve Culture, Help Alcoholics
Henige David Origin Traditions of American Racial Isolates: A Case of Something Borrowed.
Henshaw Diana M. An Analysis of Barriers to Post-Secondary Educational Participation by Mature Women.
Herbst Phillip H. Cro, Croatan
Herman David Toward a socionarratology: new ways of analyzing natural-language narratives
Herman David Pragmatic constraints on narrative processing: Actants and anaphora resolution in a corpus of North Carolina ghost stories.
Herman David Spatial reference in narrative domains.
Herman David Story logic in conversational and literary narratives.
Herring Roger D. Experiencing a lack of money and appropriate skin color: a personal narrative.”
Herring Roger D. Minimum Competency Testing: Implications for Ethnicity.
Herring Roger Dale A Study of the Relationships of Ethnicity, Sex, and School to Competency Level Achieved by High School Juniors on the North Carolina Minimum Competency Test for the Robeson County School System Between 1978-1983.
Hicks Michell There are many factors to consider as Lumbee seek Tribal status
Hitt Greg Reports Allege Racism: Robeson Courts Unfair to Indians, Studies Say
Hitt Greg Robeson's Unsolved Murders Feed Unrest
Hitt Greg Young Lumbee Killed Pierce, Then Himself, Authorities Say
Hitt Greg Hatcher Accuses Government: 40 Indictments Put Off to Get Convictions, Attorney Says
Hitt Greg Indians Get Sympathy of Editor
Hitt Greg Violence Among Indians Hangs as a Backdrop to Investigation.
Hixenbaugh Mike Lumbee Tribal chairman challenges ordinance
Hixenbaugh Mike Congress adjourns without taking action on Lumbee recognition
Hixenbaugh Mike Lawyer alleges secret Lumbee meetings with gaming reps
Hixenbaugh Mike Crime keeps Robeson County down
Hixenbaugh Mike Lumbee Tribe honors tireless advocate
Hixenbaugh Mike Glenn Maynor to finish prison term at home
Hixenbaugh Mike Lumbee bill left out of Senate earmarks bill
Hoefel Roseanne ‘Different by degree’: Ella Cara Deloria, Zora Neale Hurston, and Franz Boaz contend with race and ethnicity
Hoffend Carly The relationship between the proportion of Native American adolescents in schools and socio-emotional functioning
Hogan Stephen D. An examination of the entrepreneurial mindset of North Carolina's Lumbee Indians
Holback Gloria D. The spiritual journey of a Lumbee granddaughter.
Holland Elizabeth C. A dream awakened.
Holmes Willliam L. Census shows eastern North Carolina continues to lag
Holtz J. Robeson Fire Charged to 3.
Hoover Daniel C. Lumbee Fete Draws Crowd.
Horan Jack Go with the flow; outdoor enthusiasts, U.S. recognize Lumber River's charms.
Horne Bob Remorseful Jacobs: Hatcher ‘Has Just Destroyed Me
Horstick Eric Stac3 is a component of the excitation–contraction coupling machinery and mutated in Native American myopathy.
Hossfield Leslie The Economic and Social Impact of Job Loss in Robeson County, North Carolina 1993-2003.
Houghton Richard H. III The Lumbee: 'not a tribe.'
Huck Susan Legal Terrorism: The Truth about the Christic Institute.
Hudson Charles The Southeastern Indians.
Hudson William Lane, Jr. Public Relations: Defined and Applied Specifically for Outdoor Drama.
Huguenin Charles A. The Lumbee (or Lumber) Indians of South Carolina. Descendants of the Hatteras Indians of Croatan (Portsmouth Island) and the English of the 'Lost Colony' of Roanoke (Cedar Island). Part 2.
Humphrey J.W. Henry Berry Lowery: another version of how he became an outlaw.
Humphrey John A. Fatal Indian violence in North Carolina
Humphrey W.H. A Card.
Humphreys Josephine Nowhere else on earth: a novel.
Hung Hsuanfang A hermeneutic phenomenology study of schooling experiences of Lumbee Indian students with high incidence disabilities.
Hunt Billie The impact of tribal gaming in rural communities: A case study of the Mashantucket Pequot in New London County and the prospect of tribal gaming in Robeson County.
Hunt Brittany D. Online learning perspectives of Native American students
Hunt Cynthia L An open letter to the Indian voters of Robeson County concerning the at-large position on the school board
Hunt Cynthia L. A Guide to Understanding Lumbee History.
Hunt Cynthia L. Looking back while walking forward (column)
Hunt Cynthia L. Looking back while walking forward (column): Federally commissioned reports.
Hunt Cynthia L. Looking back while walking forward (column): Confederation of Red Men's Lodge
Hunt Cynthia L. Looking back while walking forward (column): The Indian pageant.
Hunt Cynthia L. Federal Recognition Committee formation off to a successful beginning.
Hunt Cynthia L. Looking back while walking forward: Maynor v. Morton.
Hunt Cynthia L. Maynor vs. Morton, Part II.
Hunt Cynthia L. Looking back while walking forward: Maynor v. Morton, Part III.
Hunt Cynthia L. Looking back while walking forward.
Hunt Cynthia L. Joseph J. Brooks: a man of distinction.
Hunt Cynthia L. Looking back while walking forward.
Hunt Elmer W. The Elmer W. Hunt photograph collection
Hunt James Seriously Objects to the Name ‘Croatan’.
Hunt L.B. There’s No History of a Tribe Named Croatan.
Hunt Stephanie A sense of justice [Arlinda Locklear].
Hunt-Oxendine Cammie Entrepreneurial leadership: A qualitative study of the motivations and sustainable business strategies of American Indian entrepreneurs in North Carolina.
Hunter Tribe upset by Cumberland schools’ decision to not allow Lumbee grads to wear stole
Hunter Marjorie Robeson County’s FOUR School Systems.
Hunter Marvin N. A Watery Fate for the Lost Colony.
Hunter T. C. Bill could open new paths for Lumbee funding
Hunter TC Industrial recruiter calling it quits
Hunter TC $5.1M earmarked for Robeson
Hunter TC Robeson’s tax collection lags in NC
Hunter TC ACP clears key hurdle
Hunter TC Applications accepted beginning Thursday for Matthew-related housing help
Hunter TC Gas leak makes noise in Prospect
Hunter TC Tribe to close rolls to tweak enrollment rules