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 the source was recently made available; or
  • A correction was made to the information on the record.
1379

100th Cong. 1st Session. S. 2672. “A Bill to Provide Federal Recognition for the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina.” Introd. by Sanford, 29 July 1988.

1363

84th Cong. 2nd Session. P.L. 84-570. “An Act Relating to the Lumbee Indians of North Carolina.” 70 Stat. 254. Dated 7 June 1956. Rpt. in U. S. Code Congressional and Administrative News, 84th Cong., 2nd Session (1956), vol. 1, Laws; Dial and Eliades (entry 54), Appendix B.

1359

1953 North Carolina Session Laws ch. 874, “An Act Relating to the Lumbee Indians of North Carolina.” 20 April 1953.

608

McNickle, D’Arcy.  “Memorandum [for the Commissioner of Indian Affairs].  Re: Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina.”  Washington: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1 May 1936.  13 p.

607

McNickle, D’Arcy.  “Memorandum [for the Commissioner of Indian Affairs].  Re: Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina.”  Washington: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 7 April 1936.  7 p.

 

131

Maynor, Waltz, and W. G. Katzenmeyer.  “Academic Performance and School Integration: A Multi-Ethnic Analysis.”  Journal of Negro Education 43.1 (1974): 30-38.

104

Maynor, Waltz.  “Academic Performance and School Integration: A Multi-Ethnic Analysis.”  Diss.  Duke U, 1970.

520

McMillan, Hamilton.  “The Croatans.”  North Carolina Booklet 10.3 (Jan. 1911): 115-21.

REYN001

Reynolds, Jerry. “Indigenous geography: invisible history of tribes gets a hearing.” Indian country today May 11, 2004.

REYN002

Reynolds, Jerry. “Indigenous geography: invisible history of tribes gets a hearing.” Indian country today May 11, 2004.

MAYN009

Sounds of Faith. Dir. and prod. by Malinda M. Maynor. Videocassette. Department of Communication, Stanford U, 1997. 14 min. Key source

MAYN019

Maynor, Malinda, and Judy Kertesz. Sounds of Faith [Website]. 1999-2002. Key source

MOOR001

Morris, Charles. “The swamp outlaws: a secret of twenty years.” Saturday Evening Post 1872. In nine installments: January 6, January 13, January 20, January 27, February 3, February 10, February 17, February 24, and March 2.

MORR001

Morris, Charles. “The swamp outlaws: a secret of twenty years.” Saturday Evening Post 1872. In nine installments: January 6, January 13, January 20, January 27, February 3, February 10, February 17, February 24, and March 2.

WOOL002

Woolverton, Paul. “Robeson County tugs at Eddie Hatcher.” The Fayetteville Observer-Times (Fayetteville, NC). June 29, 1998

WOOL000

Woolverton, Paul. “Robeson County tugs at Eddie Hatcher.” Fayetteville (North Carolina) Observer-Times 29 June 1998 (Monday).

LOCK010

Locklear-Brayboy, Ervin. “What's in Lumbee name? Not much.” Robesonian Friday, June 16, 2000, p. 4A.

LOCK010

Locklear-Brayboy, Ervin. “What's in Lumbee name? Not much.” Robesonian Friday, June 16, 2000, p. 4A.

552

Rutledge, Archibald.  “The Lost Colony.”  From the Hills to the Sea: Fact and Legend of the Carolinas.  Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1958.  Pp. 30-41.

531

McFarland, A. J.  “The Lost Colony.”  Popular Educator 40 (April 1923): 464-66.

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