Lumbee


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Lum·bee

 (lŭm′bē)
n. pl. Lumbee or Lum·bees
A member of a Native American people of southeast North Carolina.
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Three years ago, Anheuser-Busch settled with the Lumbee Native American Tribe in North Carolina for allegedly using the tribe's logo and its motto "Heritage, Pride & Strength" in ads promoting its beers.
Wilkens, is a member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina; a group of a decidedly diverse mix of African American, Native American, English and European background with roots going back 300 plus years to the colonial era.
Besides Duke Energy, utilities in the Carolinas include South Carolina-owned Santee Cooper, Brunswick Electric Membership Corp., Jones Onslow Electric Membership and Lumbee River Electric Membership.
25 July 2018 - France-based management solutions provider TRIGO has acquired 100% of the capital of South Carolina, US-based management services company Lumbee Enterprises, allowing TRIGO to deepen its expansion into the USA within the automotive industry, the company said.
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A native of Pembroke and a member of the Lumbee Tribe, Chancellor Cummings earned his undergraduate degree in zoology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was a James M.
Lumbee use of force over many decades is a constant theme.
In the language of the Lumbee Indians of North Carolina, the resurrection fern is known as "tapasi moso here," or "plant that grows on a rough branch" (Boughman and Oxendine, Herbal Remedies 69).