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The Lumbee in context : toward an understanding

Author: Stanley G Knick
Publisher: [Pembroke, N.C.] : Native American Resource Center, the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Henry Berry Lowry; Henry Berry Lowry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stanley G Knick
OCLC Number: 43702891
Description: 81 leaves ; 28 cm
Contents: Prologue / Linda E. Oxendine --
The meaning of context, the context of meaning : toward understanding the Lumbee --
Forward into the past : Lumbee ancestors before European conquest --
Reconstructing the past : population, trade and village life --
The time the world changed : epidemics, isolation and a new way of living --
Traditional culture : living in the new, keeping the old alive --
A manner of speaking : Lumbee language as an ethnic signpost --
A government question : playing the old familiar games --
A health connection : Lumbee child health in the late twentieth century --
The real Henry Berry : the Henry of fact, the Henry of fiction --
Facing the issues : some contemporary challenges for the Lumbee --
Because it's right : the Lumbee and federal recognition --
The Lumbee in context : understanding the patterns in the weave --
Epilogue / by Barbara Braveboy-Locklear --
References cited.
Responsibility: Stanley Knick.


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