The mission of the Native American Resource Center is to educate the public about the prehistory, history, culture, art and contemporary issues of American Indians, with special emphasis on the Robeson County Native American community; to conduct scholarly research; to collect and preserve the material culture of Native America; to encourage Native American artists and craftspersons; and to cooperate on a wide range of projects with other agencies concerned with Native America.
Our museum contains exhibits of authentic Indian artifacts, arts and crafts. These items come from Indian people all over North America, from Abenaki to Zuni. Many other items come from North Carolina Native Americans, with special emphasis on Robeson County Indian people. Particular focus is placed on the largest North Carolina tribe, the Lumbee.
Hours of Operation: The Museum of the Native American Resource Center is open from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Saturday.
To learn more about the Museum of the Native American Resource Center, visit the following links:
Latest News and Announcements
- New! Documentary: Waccamaw Indian People of South Carolina now available!
- New! Current Exhibit Awakening: Out of the Darkness by Alyssa Hinton
- New! NC Weekend Video Spotlighting the Native American Resource Center http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cif0ZRDVHlc&feature=share
- New! Scholarships for American Indian Students Updated 3-7-13
- Now available: Documentary: Our People: The Coharie
- April 2009: Documentary: Our People: The Lumbee now available!
- 2008: Documentary featuring Stoney Creek Singers Listen to the Drum: A Closer Look at American Indian Powwow Music now available!
- 2008: Documentary: Our People: Occaneechi Band of Saponi Nationnow available!
- 2007: In The Heart Of Tradition Sample Podcasts
- Mid June: 2013 Summer Show-and-Sale
- September 18-20, 2013: Conference for American Indian Women of Proud Nations - UNC Pembroke Campus
- November 12, 2013: Annual NASO Fall Powwow, University Center Annex, UNCP