Images of America Robeson County
The book features over 200 photographs to tell the story of Robeson County from the Native Americans who first lived in the area to the white and African Americans settlers who made it their adopted home.
The book is divided into eight chapters: Home Life and Family, Work Life, Religious Life, Education, Government, Wars and Military Activities, Robeson County Citizens, Social and Community Events.
Robeson County in Vintage Postcards
This volume has brought together a collection of vintage postcards that seek to take the reader on a trip through Robeson County’s proud heritage. It is interesting to see what parts of Robeson County were chosen in the past to grace postcards.
Chapters include: Street Scenes; Water and Rails; Agriculture, Industry, and Business; Hotels and Inns; Homes; Education; Military; Religion; Social Life and Popular Diversions; Robeson Lost – Hoke County.
Images of America Lumberton
This volume has brought together a collection of vintage photographs and postcards that seek to take the reader on a trip through Lumberton's history. Located on the Lumber River it was established by the North Carolina General Assembly in 1788 as the seat of government for Robeson County on land donated by Gen. John Willis. The Lumber River, namesake of the city, flows through Lumberton and is part of the North Carolina Natural and Scenic River System.