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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. Curriculum Enrichment Project background
  1. 1 Teaching about American Indians in North Carolina
    1. 1.1American Indian vs. Native American: A note on terminology
    2. 1.2Critical reasons for teaching North Carolina's American Indian history
    3. 1.3Avoiding bias
    4. 1.4Understanding the needs of American Indian students
    5. 1.5Map of North Carolina tribes and American Indian urban organizations
  2. 2 The Lumbee
    1. 2.1Lumbee English
    2. 2.2A Dialect Dictionary of Lumbee English
    3. 2.3The Official Lumbee Vocabulary Test or How to Tell a Lum from a Foreigner
    4. 2.4Lumbee learning
    5. 2.5Naval stores
    6. 2.6The Lumbee: Who are they?
    7. 2.7What does it mean?
    8. 2.8Where do the Lumbee live?
    9. 2.9Federal recognition for Lumbee Indians
    10. 2.10Documentary film
  3. 3 The Cherokee
    1. 3.1Cherokee clans
    2. 3.2Why the opossum's tail is bare
    3. 3.3Cherokee lore and traditions
    4. 3.4Cherokee language recordings
    5. 3.5Cherokee language
    6. 3.6Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indian (EBCI) Studies Resource List
  4. 4 The Coharie
    1. 4.1About the Coharie
    2. 4.2Coharie activities and resources
  5. 5 The Haliwa-Saponi
    1. 5.1About the Haliwa-Saponi
    2. 5.2Haliwa-Saponi tribal history and contemporary community
    3. 5.3Haliwa-Saponi activities and resources
    4. 5.4Lesson plan: Haliwa-Saponi community
  6. 6 The Meherrin
    1. 6.1About the Meherrin
    2. 6.2Meherrin activities and resources
    3. 6.3Lesson plan: Who are the Meherrin Indians?
    4. 6.4Lesson plan: Where are the Meherrin Indians?
  7. 7 The Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation
    1. 7.1About the Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation
    2. 7.2Field trip opportunities
  8. 8 The Sappony
    1. 8.1About the Sappony
    2. 8.2General history and contemporary community
    3. 8.3Detailed Sappony history
    4. 8.4The Sappony today
    5. 8.5Sappony history timeline
    6. 8.6Field trip opportunities
    7. 8.7Lesson plan: Sappony quilts
    8. 8.8Lesson plan: Sappony insignia — the story behind the image
    9. 8.9Lesson plan: Home to High Plains
    10. 8.10Teaching suggestions: Sappony life, school, church, and farming — then and now
  9. 9 The Waccamaw Siouan
    1. 9.1About the Waccamaw Siouan
    2. 9.2Waccamaw Siouan activites and resources
  10. 10 North Carolina's American Indian history: A webliography
    1. 10.1Statistics and general information
    2. 10.2Historical overviews and cultural traditions
    3. 10.3Archaeology and Pre-European contact history
    4. 10.4Early American Indian history: Colonization to 1800
    5. 10.5The nineteenth century
    6. 10.6The twentieth century and beyond
    7. 10.7Primary sources
    8. 10.8Dramatic performance and field trips
    9. 10.9Teaching resources
  1. Glossary
  2. Bibliography