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                                Published By: Mark Locklear      LUMWRITER@HOTMAIL.COM
Native American Exhibit opening at the Wayne County Museum in Goldsboro NC

The Wayne County Museum in Goldsboro NC will be opening their Native American exhibit that will have the history of the North Carolina Indian Tribes then and now. Starting November 1, 2011 until January 24, 2012.The Wayne County Museum is free and open to the public. The Museum Hours are Tuesdays: 11:00a.m.-8:00p.m. Wednesdays-Fridays: 11:00a.m.-4:00p.m. and Saturdays: 12:00p.m.-4:00p.m.

November is American Indian Heritage Month
Thanskgiving More Than A Day

As Thanksgiving Day rolls around,
It brings up some facts, quite profound.
We may think that we're poor,
Feel like bums, insecure,
But in truth, our riches astound.

We have friends and family we love;
We have guidance from heaven above.
We have so much more
Than they sell in a store,
We're wealthy, when push comes to shove.

So add up your blessings, I say;
Make Thanksgiving last more than a day.
Enjoy what you've got;
Realize it's a lot,
And you'll make all your cares go away.

Poem By:  Karl Fuchs
Pembroke Museum offers Cultural History

The Museum of the Native American Resource Center located in Pembroke offers peole the opprtunity to learn about the rich cultural history of Robeson Counties indigeouness people. The mission of the Native American Resource Center is to offer the communinity a look at the prehistory, history, culture, art and contemporary issues of American Indians, with special emphasis on the Robeson County Native American community.

Accourding to local legends, the Indians of Robeson County are descendants of several tribal groups (three languages families - Eastern Siouan, Iroquoian and Algonkian) and John White's Lost Colony. Today, the Lumbee number over 50,000, with the majority residing in Robeson and adjoining counties.

The Center is located in historic Old Main. The Center is open from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through
Saturday. For more information please visit the museum's website at


2011 Lumbee Tribe Election Results

The Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina releases unofficial election results showing that Paul Brooks of Pembroke will be the newly elected Tribal Chairman. Tribal officials are expected to certify the results on November 21, 2011. Chariman Brooks is expected to take office at any time.