Henry Berry Lowrie, hero of the Lumbee, who raided 19th century nobility in Robeson County, resisting efforts to oppress native populations. His ghost is said to emerge from the swamps at night.
Henry Berry Lowrie, hero of the Lumbee, who raided 19th century nobility in Robeson County, resisting efforts to oppress native populations. His ghost is said to emerge from the swamps at night. NC Archives
Henry Berry Lowrie, hero of the Lumbee, who raided 19th century nobility in Robeson County, resisting efforts to oppress native populations. His ghost is said to emerge from the swamps at night. NC Archives

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