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    • Vevely Malloy Interview

    • African Americans; Rural Farms; Rural Communities; Families; Farming; Tobacco; Manufacturing Plants; Education; Children; Preschools; State Line Children's World Preschool; UNC Pembroke; Pembroke, North Carolina; Laurinburg, North Carolina;...
    • Mrs. Vevely Malloy was born in a rural area of Scotland County in 1945 and grew up in what was mostly a farming community. Her family raised cotton, tobacco, corn, and soybeans. She has witnessed a lot of changes in the way that farming is...
    • Reverend Doctor Michael Cummings Interview

    • Lumbee Indians; Native Americans; American Indians; Churches; Religion; Southern Baptists; Farming; Families; Sharecropping; Tobacco; Vegetable Gardens; Education; Pembroke, North Carolina; Robeson County (N.C.); Burnt Swamp Baptist Association;...
    • Reverend Michael Cummings grew up in the Pembroke community, across the street from the University, in the 1950s. He attended Campbell University and became a minister while he was still in college. A Lumbee Indian, he received a Bachelor of Arts...
    • Edgar Malcolm (Mac) Edge Interview

    • Environmental history; Oral history; Rural communities; Rural families; Food conservation; Natural Resources conservation; Overcrowding; Pollution; Kindling; Sour Weeds; Cumberland County (N.C.); Hope Mills (N.C.)
    • Mac Edge has spent his entire life in Hope Mills, North Carolina, except for time served in the military. He says that when he was growing up everything around him was nothing but farm lands – flat with lots of trees, tobacco fields, and cotton...
    • Paul Brooks, Jr. Transcript

    • Lumbee Indians; Native Americans; Religion; Lumber River; Farming; Families; Sports; Football; Natural Resources; Recycling; Boy Scouts; The Bible Belt; Churches; Pembroke, North Carolina; Robeson County (N.C.); UNC Pembroke; UNC Chapel Hill
    • In this interview, Paul Brooks Jr. answered some questions about his life, what he did in college, the variety of issues he faced growing up, what it was like living in Pembroke, and what living in a small town means to him.
    • Stanley Knick Intervew

    • Environmental history; Oral history; Professors; Faculty; Lumbee Indians; Native American culture; Environmental conditions; Human ecology
    • Dr. Stanley Knick is Director/Curator of the Native American Resource Center (The Museum of the Southeast American Indian) at the University of NC at pembroke. He has been at the University and has lived in the area for the past 25 years. He shares...
    • Stanley Knick Interview [full audio recording]

    • Environmental history; Oral history; Professors; Faculty; Lumbee Indians; Native American culture; Environmental conditions; Human ecology
    • Dr. Stanley Knick is Director/Curator of the Native American Resource Center (The Museum of the Southeast American Indian) at the University of NC at pembroke. He has been at the University and has lived in the area for the past 25 years. He shares...
    • Howard Jones-Casondra Locklear Interview

    • Environmental history; Oral history; Rural communities; Rural families; Rural farming; Farming; Vegetable gardening; Home canning; Cotton; Tobacco; Snow Cream; Robeson County (N.C.); Pembroke (N.C.)
    • Two UNCP students, Valerie Peterson and Alexis Kondratyk, interview Mr. Howard Jones and his daughter, Casondra Locklear. Mr. Jones’s wife, Alene Jones, and Ms. Barbara Deese were also present during the interview and contribute some...
    • Annie Lois Locklear Interview

    • Environmental history; Oral history; Lumbee Indians; Pembroke (N.C.); Robeson County (N.C.); Rural communities; Rural families; Family farms; Vegetable gardening; Vocations; Employment; Hurricane Hazel; Natural disasters; Interracial relationships
    • Annie Lois Locklear is a seventy-eight-year-old, Lumbee Indian who was born and reared in rural Robeson County, North Carolina. Interviewed by her granddaughter, Anna L. Locklear, Mrs. Locklear shares her memories of having grown up and lived in...
    • Jerry Cetadol Interview

    • Environmental history; Oral history; Rural communities; Hunting; Fishing; Gardening; Weather; Riverboats; Barges; Pollution; Oil Spills;Vance County (N.C.); Kittrell, North Carolina; Morgan City, Louisiana
    • Mr. Jerry Cetadol currently resides in Kittrell, North Carolina, but he grew up in Morgan City Louisiana. Most of the interview, therefore, consists of Mr. Cetadol’s thoughts and conclusions about the environment and environmental changes in...
    • Judy O. Bunce Interview

    • Families; Adoption; Colleges; Campus Life; Recreation; Employment; Students; Housing and Residence Life; Sororities; Fraternities; Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.; Weather; Farming; Tobacco; Vegetable Gardens; Education; Pembroke, North Carolina;...
    • Judy O. Bunce was born and reared in Rowland, North Carolina. She presently lives in Pembroke and is employed at UNCP in the Housing and Residence Life Area. She is married and at the time of the interview was considering adopting four little...
    • Tonya Elk Locklear Interview

    • Native Americans; Lumbee Indians; Oglala Lakota Tribe; Rural Farms; Rural Communities; Families; Churches; Education; Farming; Tobacco; Recreation; Cosmetology; Colleges; UNC Pembroke; Pembroke State University; Elrod Baptist Church; Pembroke,...
    • Tonya Elk Locklear was born and reared in Pembroke, North Carolina. She is descended from Oglala Lakota Indians through her grandfather and Lumbee Indians through her grandmother. Her grandfather Ray Elk is an Oglala Sioux, who married a Lumbee...
    • Library Lines Volume 23, Number 1 May 2014

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    • Library Lines is the newsletter of the Mary Livermore Library. Its mission is to publicize library events and services. With the first issue having been published in April 1992, Library Lines is published three times annually.
    • Gordon Franklin Crumpler Interview

    • Environmental history; Oral history; Businessmen; Entrepreneurship; Funeral homes; Funeral home directors; Morticians; Funeral costs; Auctioneering; Kairos Prison Ministry; Emmaus Walk; Religion; Christianity; Sampson County (N.C.); Clinton (N.C.)
    • Mr. Frank Crumpler was interviewed by his granddaughter, Alexa Rafferty. He is a successful local businessman who grew up in Sampson County, Clinton, North Carolina. Mr. Crumpler’s father, grandfather, and other relatives were all brick masons,...
    • Sarah S. Bell Interview

    • Environmental history; Oral history; Rural communities; Rural families; Rural farming; education; Music education; Teaching; Church; Religion; Recreation; Entertainment; Friendships; Tobacco; Cotton; May Day programs; First Baptist Church; Pembroke...
    • Mrs. Sarah S. Bell is a retired music education teacher who has taught at several local schools, including Magnolia and Prospect. She has lived in Pembroke since the early 1930s, except for the time she attended Coker College. She tells the...
    • Ruben Reyes Interview

    • Environmental history; Oral history; Weather; Pollution; Recycling; Deforestation; Gardening; Composting; The Ozone Layer; The Montreal Protocol; Hoke County (N.C.); Fayetteville (N.C.); The Dominican Republic; The Caribbean
    • Ruben Reyes, is currently living in Fayetteville, North Carolina, but he is originally from the Dominican Republic, an island in the Caribbean. He has been living in the United States for approximately thirty (30) years. Mr. Reyes says the...
    • Library Lines Volume 15, Number 2 August 2006

    • Library Lines; Sampson-Livermore Library
    • Library Lines is the newsletter of the Mary Livermore Library. Its mission is to publicize library events and services. With the first issue published in April 1992, Library Lines is published three times annually.
    • Library Lines Volume 17, Number 2 August 2008

    • Library Lines; Mary Livermore Library
    • Library Lines is the newsletter of the Mary Livermore Library. Its mission is to publicize library events and services. With the first issue published in April 1992, Library Lines is published three times annually.
    • Library Lines Volume 8, Number 2 August 1999

    • Library Lines; Sampson-Livermore Library
    • Library Lines is the newsletter of the Mary Livermore Library. Its mission is to publicize library events and services. With the first issue published in April 1992, Library Lines is published three times annually.
    • Nash Lee (Buddy) Musselwhite Interview

    • Environmental history; Oral history; Rural communities; Rural families; Rural farming; Entrepreneurship; Education; Interracial relationships; Robeson County (N.C.); Lumberton (N.C.)
    • Mr. Nash Lee Musselwhite, who has always been known as “Buddy,” is a local businessman. He was interviewed by two UNCP students: his grandson, Michael Musselwhite, and Daniel Godbey. Mr. Musselwhite, who is seventy-one at the time of the...

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