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Pierce, Charles F. [Visit Among the Croatan Indians, Living in the Vicinity of Pembroke, North Carolina.] Report, in the Field at Pipestone, Minn., to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, U.S. Indian Service, Dept. of the Interior, 2 Mar. 1912. [National Archives and Records Admin., Washington, D.C. File 23202-1912-123 General Services.] [IERC] [Lumbee Petition, Exhibit A30] Summarized in entry 62.
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“Reporter Threatens Lawsuit Against Tuscarora Activists.” IPN Weekly Report [Highland, MD: Crowflying] 4.44 (1 Nov. 1988): 3-4.
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“Motive for Slaying of Lumbee Indian Activist Is Questionable.” IPN Weekly Report [Highland, MD: Crowflying] 6 May 1988.