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Lumbee Indian histories

race, ethnicity, and Indian identity in the southern United States

by Gerald M. Sider

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [England], New York, NY, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lumbee Indians -- Ethnic identity.,
  • Lumbee Indians -- History.,
  • Lumbee Indians -- Government relations.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 288-306) and index.

    StatementGerald Sider.
    SeriesCulture and class in anthropology and history ;, v. 2
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE99.C91 S53 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvi, 309 p. :
    Number of Pages309
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1712563M
    ISBN 100521420458
    LC Control Number92014644

    With more t registered members, the Lumbee Indians are the ninth largest tribe in the United States and the largest east of the Mississippi River. Yet, despite the tribe's size, the Lumbee lack full federal recognition and their history has been marked by a struggle to articulate an Indian identity against the imposition of non-native Author: Gerald Sider. Book Notes Living Indian Histories: Lumbee and Tuscarora People in North Carolina. By Gerald Sider. (Chapel Hill and London: University of North Carolina Press, c. Pp. lxxii, Paper, $, ISBN ) This book was published in by Cambridge University Press as Lumbee Indian.

    The book addresses the key question of how differing interpretations of history cause traditionally oppressed peoples to continue their struggle. Lumbee Indian Histories is a part of a larger project, centred at the Max Planck Institut für Geschichte, in Gottingen, Germany, to create new methodological approaches to, and concepts for, an.   This is the standard history of the Lumbee Indian people of southwestern North Carolina, the largest Indian community in population east of the Mississippi. Dial and Eliades trace the history of this group through Among the subjects covered are the Lumbee during the colonial period and Brand: Syracuse University Press.

    Please contribute your own articles or family histories to: Lumbee and Goins Webmaster. The Lumbee Indians. The Lumbee Indians were not a recognized tribe until a bill was finally passed in Prior to this time they were denied federal status. The Lumbee . Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Living Indian Histories: The Lumbee and Tuscarora People in North Carolina by Gerald M. Sider (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!


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Lumbee Indian Histories is a part of a larger project, centred at the Max Planck Institut für Geschichte, in Gottingen, Germany, to create new methodological approaches to, and concepts for, an historical anthropology.

The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. 5/5(1). This book explores the dynamics of the struggle for racial and ethnic identities in the southern United States, focusing on the Lumbee Indians of North Carolina.

The book is also a history of American Indian concepts and visions of history, starting with the contemporary period and with the perspectives of the Lumbee Indians, and working /5(3). This book explores the dynamics of the struggle for racial and ethnic identities in the southern United States, focusing on the Lumbee Indians of North Carolina.

The book is also a history of American Indian concepts and visions of history, starting with the contemporary period and with the perspectives of the Lumbee Indians, and working backward to the colonial period and to the major.

Living Indian Histories book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. With more t registered members, the Lumbee Indians /5.

One of many strengths of this work is that, while providing detailed descriptions of key events and periods in Lumbee history (including information not given elsewhere), Sider also places Lumbee history into a broader anthropological context (see the Preface).

This book was revised, with a new introduction, as Living Indian Histories in Get this from a library. Lumbee Indian histories: race, ethnicity, and Indian identity in the southern United States.

[Gerald M Sider] -- This book explores the dynamics of conflicts over racial and ethnic identities in the southern United States, focusing on the Lumbee Indians of.

An earlier edition of this book was published in with the title Lumbee Indian Histories: Race, Ethnicity, and Indian Identity in the Southern United States.

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Lumbees have always defended their culture and identity against stereotypes and questions of what Indian is or what it should look like. A poignant truth reveals itself: Lumbee Indians were here first; the land shapes their identity.

They speak of culture when they speak of kin, community, and food. The book is also a history of American Indian concepts and visions of history, starting with the contemporary period and with the perspectives of the Lumbee Indians, and working backward to the colonial period and to the major groupings of Indian peoples.

Lumbee Indian Histories is a part of a larger project, centred at the Max Planck 5/5(1). An earlier edition of this book was published in with the title Lumbee Indian Histories: Race, Ethnicity, and Indian Identity in the Southern United States.

Special offers and product promotions. Amazon Business: For busines-only /5(3). Get this from a library. Lumbee Indian histories: race, ethnicity, and Indian identity in the southern United States.

[Gerald M Sider]. An earlier edition of this book was published in with the title Lumbee Indian Histories: Race, Ethnicity, and Indian Identity in the Southern United States. Product Details About the AuthorBrand: The University of North Carolina Press. General Histories.

Barton, Lew. The Most Ironic Story in American History: An Authoritative, Documented History of the Lumbee Indians of North Carolina. Lew Barton, C B29m. Blu, Karen I. The Lumbee Problem: The Making of an American Indian People.

Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, C L92b Dial, Adolph L. The Author: Sarah Carrier. References and additional resources: Sider, Gerald M.

Lumbee Indian histories: race, ethnicity, and Indian identity in the southern United e and class in anthropology and history, v. Cambridge [England]: Cambridge University Press. The Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina is a state-recognized tribe in North Carolina numbering approximat enrolled members, most of them living primarily in Robeson, Hoke, Cumberland and Scotland counties.

The Lumbee Tribe is the largest state tribe in North Carolina, the largest state tribe east of the Mississippi River, and the ninth largest non-federally recognized tribe in the United.

I previously wrote this post before the website crashed, and I can’t find the original post. Gerald Sider’s Living Indian Histories: Lumbee and Tuscarora People in North Carolina focuses on the creation of Lumbee and Tuscarora communities in the state.

The preface of Sider’s Living Indian Histories describes the Lumbees struggle for recognition, the obstacles that they need to overcome in order to obtain it, and how it affects their identity.

There have often been times when the Lumbee were told that they were “not Indian enough” to obtain recognition. The Lumbee are the amalgamation of various Siouan, Algonquian, and Iroquoian speaking tribes.

The earliest document showing Indian communities in the area of Drowning Creek is a map prepared by John Herbert, the commissioner of Indian trade for the Wineau Factory on the Black River, in Herbert identifies the four Siouan-speaking.

Relating to Lumbee Indians of North Carolina. 84th Congress, 2nd session, Senate Report Usner, Daniel H. American Indians in the Lower Mississippi Valley: Social and Economic Histories.

Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. - Explore robnevins9's board "Lumbee" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Roanoke colony, Native american images and Native american photos pins.

Morris F. Britt has been compiling Lumbee surnames since (see his "Indian names in Robeson County," Robeson County Register (August ): ; item ). He began thinking there were about a dozen names; then, in examining the federal census for Robeson County, he found that there were Author: Tracy Hudgins.

“Catawba and Cheraw”, excerpt from “Catawba Indian genealogy” by Hodalee Sewell. The Catawbas and the Cheraws have long been interrelated, and today, the Lumbee Tribe of Cheraw Indians and the Sumter Tribe of Cheraw Indians are the only “Cheraw” tribes by name, though a majority of the tribal groups in the Carolinas share surnames that reveal their origins among the RobesonRead.