Robeson County
Pronunciation: ROBB-i-son
Seat: Lumberton
Formed: 1787
Named After: Colonel Thomas Robeson, leader at Battle of Elizab
About Robeson County
NCECHO Cultural Heritage Sites
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Population History
Soil Survey Map

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Author: Flora Macdonald College (Red Springs, N.C.)
Date: 1920

Enter into his gates : history of the First Presbyterian Church, Maxton, North Carolina, 1878-1958
Author: LaMotte, Edward M.
Date: 1958

The First Baptist Church, Lumberton, North Carolina; one hundred years of Christian witnessing, 1855-1955
Author: First Baptist Church (Lumberton, N.C.) Centennial Committee
Date: 1955

Flora Macdonald College
Author: Page, Ralph Walter, 1881-
Date: 1920

Flora Macdonald; a history and a message from James A. Macdonald
Author: Macdonald, James Alexander, 1862-
Date: 1916

Indians of North Carolina : letter from the secretary of the Interior, transmitting, in response to a Senate resolution of June 30, 1914, a report on the condition and tribal rights of the Indians of Robeson and adjoining counties of North Carolina
Author: O.M. McPherson
Date: 1915

The Lowrie history
Author: Norment, Mary C.
Date: 1909

A Report upon the Back Swamp and Jacob Swamp drainage district, Robeson County, North Carolina
Author: McCrory, Samuel H.
Date: 1912

Soil survey of Robeson County, North Carolina
Author: Hearn, W. Edward (Williamson Edward), b. 1877
Date: 1909

The State of Robeson
Author: Lawrence, Robert C. (Robert Carbelle)
Date: 1939

Trinity Episcopal Church, Lumberton, N.C. : the order of service for the dedication of Trinity Parish House, Saturday, April third, one thousand nine hundred and forty-eight, 7:30 p.m.
Author: unknown
Date: 1948

Year book and directory of the Rowland Presbyterian Church, Rowland, N.C.
Author: Rowland Presbyterian Church
Date: 1932