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A Bibliography of Resources on the Haliwa-Saponi Tribe of North Carolina

Prepared by the North Carolina Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Books, Theses, and Government Reports

Haithcock, Richard, comp. Catawba Confederacy, Tutelo, Saponi, Nahyssan and Monacan Tribal History, Vol. 1. [Beavercreek, Ohio : R.L. Haithcock, 2007.] C970.03 H154c

Haliwa Indian Pow Wow. Program, Haliwa Indian School, Hollister, N.C., 15 April 1967. Indians of North Carolina clipping file, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. 2 pp. C970.01 I39

North Carolina Commission on Indian Affairs. North Carolina Indians. Raleigh: North Carolina Commission on Indian Affairs, [1977]. 1 p. Cb970.01 N87il

Ross, Thomas E. American Indians in North Carolina: Geographic Interpretations. Southern Pines, N.C.: Karo Hollow Press, 1999. See chapter eight, “The Haliwa-Saponi Indians,” pp. 163-178. C970.01 R826a

Journal Articles

Dane, J. K. and B. Eugene Griessman. "The Collective Identity of Marginal Peoples: The North Carolina Experience." American Anthropologist, vol. 74 no. 3 (1972), pp. 694-704. Discusses the development of racial identity among the Haliwa and Sampson County (now Coharie) tribes, especially in the organization of churches and schools.

James, A. Everette Jr. "Claude Richardson: Haliwa-Saponi Carver." North Carolina Folklore Journal, vol. 40, no. 2 (1993), pp. 91-96. C398 N87.1

Newspaper Articles

Jones, Bignall. "The Haliwars: Tribe of Mystery." News and Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), 29 January 1956. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. History of the "Haliwar" tribe in North Carolina. C970.01 I39

Denny, Zeb. "Haliwas Seeking Recognition." News and Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), 18 August 1958. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

"Race Designation Problem is Pondered." News and Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), 21 August 1958. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

Corner, Phil. "Haliwas: Indian or Negro? School Boards Ponder Real Problem. Halifax-Warren Families Seek Recognition Of Race." Greensboro Daily News (Greensboro, N.C.), 24 August 1958. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

"Haliwas Seek Tuition Grants for 118 Pupils." Durham Morning Herald (Durham, N.C.), 19 September 1958. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

Craven, Charles. "Haliwas Get Extra Time to Get Private School Up to Standard." News and Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), 8 November 1958. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

"Haliwa's School Becomes Part of Halifax's System." News and Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), 8 January 1959. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

Walls, Dwayne. "Haliwa Pays Prohibitive Price To Live As Indian." Durham Morning Herald (Durham, N.C.), 22 February 1959. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

"Warren, Halifax Will Build Haliwa School." News and Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), 24 November 1962. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

"Haliwa Indians Finally Granted Legal Recognition by N.C. General Assembly." Greensboro Record (Greensboro, N.C.), 21 April 1965. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

Parker, Roy Jr. "Guidelines Threaten Indian School." News and Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), 21 May 1967. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection.
Federal civil rights officers order the closing of the Haliwa school in Warren County. C970.01 I39

"Haliwa Tribe to Host Pow Wow at Hollister, Apr. 13." The Enfield Progress (Enfield, N.C.), 11 April 1968. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

"Gloria Harris Is Named Second Indian Princess." The Littleton Observer (Littleton, N.C.), 18 April 1968.
Article about the annual Haliwa Indian Pow-Wow. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

"Indian Heritage Displayed at Pow Wow." Rocky Mount Evening Telegram (Rocky Mount, N.C.), 22 April 1969. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

Wooten, James T. "Haliwas Themselves Disagree on Background." News and Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), 4 August 1972. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

"Diverse Roots Defy Racial Identity." The Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, N.C.), 7 August 1972. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

Coit, John. "State, Indian Chiefs Hold Pow Wow." News and Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), 22 April 1973. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

Wang, Gene. "Haliwa Indian Powwow Draws Many Top Chiefs. Governor Given Tie, Peace Pipe." Durham Morning Herald (Durham, N.C.), 22 April 1973.
On the anniversary of the recognition of the Haliwa by the General Assembly. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

Dunn, Mamie. "Haliwa Powwow Backs Tribal Unity." Durham Morning Herald (Durham, N.C.), 22 April 1974. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

Coit, John. "Indians in Warren, Halifax Get Housing Aid." Durham Morning Herald (Durham, N.C.), 8 December 1976. "Indians of North Carolina," clipping file through 1975, vol. 3, North Carolina Collection. C970.01 I39

Coit, John. "Haliwas: Hope Exists in Poverty." Durham Morning Herald (Durham, N.C.), 1 January 1977. C071 D96h

Cooke, Lori. "Funds to N.C.'s Haliwa Tribe Drum Up a Battle." News and Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), 18 February 1979. C071 N55

Westarp, Elaine. "Parents, Son Strive to Save Their Indian Heritage." News and Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), 30 January 1985. C071 N55

"Haliwa Saponi Pottery Winning More Attention. A Native American Living in Henderson Finds Her Art Winning Critical Acclaim and Creating an International Demand." News & Record (Greensboro, N.C.), 25 December 1998.
Article about potter Senora Lynch. C071 G81

McDonald, Thomasi. “Tribe Continues Quest for Spot on the Map: Haliwa-Saponi Leaders Carry on Fight for Federal Recognition Begun by Late Chief.” News and Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), 27 May 2001. C071 N55

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