Recently Added or Updated
The following sources have either been recently added to the Lumbee Indians Bibliography, or recently had their records updated.
They meet one or more of the following criteria:
- Recently published;
- Published earlier, but recently discovered;
- Items from The Lumbee Indians: An Annotated Bibliography (McFarland, 1994) that had not yet been added;
- Additions to the list of legislation and court cases related to the Lumbee Indians;
- A full annotation for the source was recently written;
- The full text of source was recently made available; or
- A correction was made to the information on the record.
Seong, Kijin, and Clare Losey. "To remain or relocate? Mobility decisions of homeowners exposed to recurrent hurricanes." National Hazards Center [University of Colorado Boulder], 2020.
"Lumbee Tribe courted in election--UNC historian tells N&O focus should be on lingering issues." Center for the Study of the American South, 25 October 2020.
Woolverton, Paul. "President Trump backs recognition bill for the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina." Fayetteville Observer [Fayetteville, NC] October 21, 2020.
Oxendine, Linda. "Remembering Adolph Dial: A man for all seasons." Robesonian (Lumberton, NC) September 2, 2013.
Haladay, Jane, and Scott Hicks. “By the Lumbee River with Chad Locklear’s ‘Swamp Posse.’” Narratives of educating for sustainability in unsustainable environments, edited by Haladay and Hicks, Michigan State UP, 2018, pp. 17-34.
Knick, Stanley. “Because it is right.” The Museum of the Southeast American Indian Center. U of North Carolina at Pembroke, 1998. Updated 29 September 2010. Key source
Bigelow, Scott. "Tuscaroras plan to appeal recognition rejection." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. October 2, 2019.
McLean, Danielle. “Native votes went missing in North Carolina. Tribal leaders vow that won’t happen again next week.” ThinkProgress [Center for American Progress Action Fund] September 3, 2019. https://thinkprogress.org/native-votes-went-missing-in-north-carolina-last-year-tribal-leaders-vow-that-wont-happen-again-c697cb022d98/
Smokowski, Paul R., et al. “The North Carolina Youth Violence Prevention Center: Using a multifaceted, ecological approach to reduce youth violence in impoverished rural areas.” Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, vol. 9, no. 4, Dec. 2018, pp. 575-97.
Smokowski, PR, CB Evans, KL Cotter, and KC Webber. “Ethnic Identity and Mental Health in American Indian Youth: Examining Mediation Pathways Through Self-Esteem, and Future Optimism.” Journal of Youth and Adolescence 43.3 (2014): 343-55.
Hunt, Brittany D., and Beth Oyarzun. “Online learning perspectives of Native American students.” Journal of Educational Technology Studies, published online August 2019.
Stanifer, John W., and Yoshio N. Hall. “Are county codes more indicative of kidney health than genetic codes? [Editorial]” AJKD [American Journal of Kidney Diseases], vol. 72, no. 1, July 2018, pp. 4-6.
Godwin, Harvey, Jr. “Tribal chairman: Disclosure of flood risk a necessity, especially in hard-hit areas like Robeson County [editorial].” Fayetteville Observer [Fayetteville, NC]. August 1, 2019.
Bigelow, Scott. “Cooper signs legislation that opens funding doors for Lumbee Tribe.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. July 25, 2019.
Locklear, Chad. "Swamp Posse." Pembroke Magazine 38 (2006): 172-81.
Hunter, T. C. “Bill could open new paths for Lumbee funding.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. July 16, 2019.
Hunt, Elmer W. The Elmer W. Hunt photograph collection. U of North Carolina at Pembroke Library, Pembroke, NC, 1953-1973. Key source
"Tribe votes to purchase cultural center. Plans to restore to promote heritage." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] March 29, 2014.
” ‘Strike at the Wind!’ returns to [Adolph Dial] Amphitheater for sold-out show.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. July 8, 2019.
Upadhyah, Nishant. “‘Can you get more American than Native American?’: Drag and settler colonialism in RuPaul’s Drag Race.” Cultural Studies, vol. 33, no. 3, 2019, pp. 480-501.