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ECU Libraries Materials on
Eastern North Carolina Native Americans

Cultural diversity in health and illness
Spector, Rachel E.
LAUPUS CALL NUMBER: WA 31 S741C 2009

The five civilized Indian tribes of eastern North Carolina
Brewington, C. D.
JOYNER CALL NUMBER: E78.N74 B73 1994

The Haliwa-Saponi petition [microform]
Campisi, Jack
JOYNER CALL NUMBER: MICROFILM C367

Lumbee by grace [videorecording] : landmarks in Lumbee identity Pembroke State University. Native American Resource Center
JOYNER CALL NUMBER: E99 .C91 L86 2002

The Lumbee in context : toward an understanding
Knick, Stanley G.
JOYNER CALL NUMBER: E99.C91 K64 2000

Lumbee women breast cancer survivors' stories [electronic resource] : understanding the experience
Beasley, Cherry
JOYNER CALL NUMBER: EBook

Native American literature [electronic resource] : towards a spatialized reading
Dennis, Helen May
LAUPUS CALL NUMBER: EBook

Native voices : American Indian identity and resistance
Grounds, Richard A.
JOYNER CALL NUMBER: E98.E85 N38 2003

North Carolina Native American Legends & Folklore [electronic resource]
EBSCO Publishing (Firm)
JOYNER CALL NUMBER: EBook

North Carolina Native Americans : a kid's look at our state's chiefs, tribes, reservations, powwows, lore, and more from the past and the present
Marsh, Carole
JOYNER CALL NUMBER: 975.6 M3523NO

River spirits : a collection of Lumbee writings
Knick, Stanley G.
JOYNER CALL NUMBER: PS508.I5 R58 2003

Spirit of the center [microform]
Pembroke State University. Native American Resource Center
JOYNER CALL NUMBER: G85 7:S75