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Collections >> The North Carolina Experience >> Document Menu >> 56 - Boys--Top Row, Left to Right: M. L. Brewington, son of H. A. Brewington; Henry Brewington, son of J. Arthur Brewington; J. H. Brewington, son of H. A. Brewington; Robert Jones, grandson of H. A. Brewington; June Ammons, son of Ella Ammons. Girls--Bottom Row, Left to Right: Ollie Brewington, daughter of M. L. Brewington; Bessie Jones, daughter of Jno. R. Jones: Essie Goodman, daughter of W. E. Goodman; Bessie Brewington, daughter of W. B. Brewington. All of Herrings Township, Sampson County
George Edwin Butler, 1868-1941
The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.
Durham, N.C.: Seeman Printery, 1916.

Boys--Top Row, Left to Right: M. L. Brewington, son of H. A. Brewington; Henry Brewington, son of J. Arthur Brewington; J. H. Brewington, son of H. A. Brewington; Robert Jones, grandson of H. A. Brewington; June Ammons, son of Ella Ammons.
Girls--Bottom Row, Left to Right: Ollie Brewington, daughter of M. L. Brewington; Bessie Jones, daughter of Jno. R. Jones: Essie Goodman, daughter of W. E. Goodman; Bessie Brewington, daughter of W. B. Brewington.
All of Herrings Township, Sampson County

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Subjects:
  • Brewington, M. L.
  • Brewington, Henry.
  • Brewington, J. H.
  • Jones, Robert.
  • Ammons, June.
  • Brewington, Ollie.
  • Jones, Bessie.
  • Goodman, Essie.
  • Brewington, Bessie.
  • Lumbee Indians--Herrings Township, Sampson County.
  • Croatan Indians--Herrings Township, Sampson County