There are several excellent resources for understanding the archaeology of North Carolina and Lumbee ancestors. While these sites do not provide information we can directly affiliate to the Lumbee, we can use them to help understand what living in the Lumbee community (and becoming part of the Lumbee community) was like in the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. Links are courtesy of UNC’s Research Labs of Archaeology.
Excavating Occaeneechi Town: an extensive project understanding North Carolina’s Occanneechi community in the 18th century and earlier.
Town Creek Indian Mound: a Mississippian-era site in North Carolina that was re-0ccupied in the 17th century.
Catawba Indians – North Carolina: Ethonohistory and Archeology