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8 results for "Lumbee Indians"
Otto Oxendine, Lumbee Indian By Mark Raney
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A short story about Otto Oxendine, a Lumbee Indian. A friendship between two men develops into a successful partnership during the 1800's.
Legends of The Lumbee (and some that will be) By Arvis Locklear Boughman
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The 55,000 members of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina reside primarily in Robeson, Hoke, Cumberland, and Scotland counties. The Lumbee Tribe is the largest tribe in North Carolina. They take... More > their name from the Lumbee River which winds its way through Robeson County. The ancestors of the Lumbee were mainly Cheraw and related Siouan-speaking Indians. One of the favorite activities of the many Lumbee families was sharing stories around the fire at night. More recently, Lumbee storytellers such as Barbara Braveboy Locklear, Barbara Locklear, Mardella Lowry, and Nora Dial-Stanley, carry on this ancient storytelling tradition to a much broader audience. The ancestors of the Lumbee tribe shared many stories with other local tribes such as the Cherokee, Creek, and Catawba. As the Lumbee people shared stories, they found that their sister tribes also told tales about “little wild spirit people”, animals, the afterlife, and how our world came to be.< Less
Seven Generations - Ancestors of the Present Day Lumbee By Kelvin Ray Oxendine
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Discover "Who's Your People" with this collection of historic photographs featuring the ancestors of the present-day members of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina. A perfect tool for the... More > Lumbee and Tuscarora Indians of Robeson County to learn about their ancestors.< Less
Implosion BIBLIOGRAPHY By Morris F. Britt
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Partially Annotated Bibliography and Companion Book to the reference book, "Implosion; The Secret History Of the Lumbee Indians Of Robeson County, North Carolina"
Across the River an 1800s Black / Native American Novella By Lisa Shea
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Part black. Part Irish. Part Lumbee Indian. Wholly determined to protect her family. Naomi Jackson made a mistake. Born in the tumultuous years following the American Revolution, she embraced... More > change, excitement, and adventure. So when the Devil Bill Williams swaggered into town, she launched into his arms, determined that her love for him could overcome all obstacles. It couldn't. Now she has two young children, a life of misery, and a hopeless, desperate desire to escape. Then David Oxendine arrives for a Christmas visit - and things will never be the same. * * * Across the River - an 1800s Black / Native American Novella is the first in a series of novellas about Naomi Jackson's heartfelt, challenging life. These stories are based loosely on author Lisa Shea's real-life ancestor.< Less
Mystery of the Lost Colony-The Untold Story of Survival By Wanda Herring & William Pate
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Mystery of the Lost Colony-The Untold Story of Survival explores the mystery of the disappearance in 1587 of over 100 early settlers to the area known as "Virginia". The predominant theory... More > is that these lost colonists were murdered by unfriendly Indians. Based on years of research, the authors offer a story of survival that could explain what happened to these men and women.< Less
Mystery of the Lost Colony the Untold Story of Survival By Wanda Herring & William V. Pate, Sr.
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In 1587 Sir Walter Raleigh planted a colony on Roanoke Island in what was known then as "Virginia". The colony of over 100 men, women and children disappeared. Or did they? This book... More > traces the probable journey of the colony inland to Robeson County, N.C. Using historical facts, early maps, Indian accounts and current tradition of the Lumbee Indians, the authors present a logical explanation for one of our nation's greatest historical mysteries.< Less
Lambe - LAMB Family Ancestry-Descendants By Lanette Brightwell
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History that starts from the earliest beginnings of the LAMBE * LAMB family and first immigrant to appear in America to present day. Massachusetts, Virginia, Ronoake Island - North Carolina, Roberson... More > County - North Carolina, State of Georgia - Burke, Emanuel, and Irwin Counties. The family connection to The Lumbee Indian Tribe in Roberson County, North Carolina. Some surnames included in the book are Britt, Gray, McMillan, Henderson, Nobles, and many more. Ancestry to descendant Levisa VINA Lamb that married Gibson Gray in Burke County, Georgia. Includes History of name, coat of arms, crest, sources, etc. A wonderful book for the family of Lamb doing their family history research.< Less