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With more than 40,000 registered members, the Lumbee Indians are the ninth largest tribe in the country and the largest east of the Mississippi River. 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 definitions of Indianness. Gerald Sider ...more
Paperback, 392 pages
Published November 24th 2003 by University of North Carolina Press
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