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This class was generously supported by the UNC Center for Faculty Excellence/Lenovo Innovation Grants and by the Office of Undergraduate Research’s Graduate Research Consultant Program. Thank you!

Throughout the spring semester, we have been supported by the following individuals and organizations. We are so grateful for their help, thank you!

All our commentators, guests, and conference participants, especially:

Dr. Anna Bailey, University of Washington

Mrs. Clara Brayboy & Family, Evans Crossroads Community, Robeson County

Mr. Kenny Clark, Indian Education Program, Robeson County

Rev. Mike Cummings, Burnt Swamp Baptist Association, Pembroke, NC

Mr. Mark Deese, Purnell Swett High School, Pembroke, NC

Mrs. Nancy Strickland Fields, American Indian Cultural Center & Museum, Oklahoma City, OK

Ms. Josephine Humphreys, Author, Nowhere Else on Earth, Charleston, SC

Prof. Mary Ann Jacobs, Chair, Department of American Indian Studies, UNC-Pembroke, Pembroke, NC

Ms. Arlinda Locklear, Esq., Washington, DC

Mrs. Susan Lowry, Charlotte, NC

Dr. Louise Maynor, retired Associate Professor of English, N.C. Central Univeristy, Durham, NC

Native American Student Organization, Purnell Swett High School, Pembroke, NC

Prof. Glenn Ellen Starr Stilling, Belk Library, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

Dr. Cedric Woods, Director, Institute for New England Native American Studies, University of Massachusetts-Boston, Boston, MA

And, a host of supporters at UNC-Chapel Hill, especially:

Mr. Danny Bell, American Indian Studies

Ms. Brandi Brooks, American Indian Center

Ms. Suzanne Caldwell, Center for Faculty Excellence

Ms. Laura Clark Brown & Mr. Matt Turi, UNC Library Manuscript Division

Dr. Becky Dobbs, Department of Geography

Mr. Bob Henshaw, Center for Faculty Excellence

Dr. Clara Sue Kidwell, American Indian Center

Dr. Theda Perdue, Department of History

Dr. Brett Riggs & Dr. R.P. Stephen Davis, Research Labs of Archaeology

Ms. Jacqueline Solis, Research Librarian, Davis Library

Mr. Jeff Van Drimmelen, Guru, OASIS

Ms. Dwana Waugh, Southern Oral History Program

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    last week our class held a similar talk on this subject and you show something we haven’t covered yet, thanks.

    – Laura

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