1913 public local laws – Ch. 575 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 575 AN ACT FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE INDIAN PUBLIC ~SCHOOLS OF ROBESON COUNTY. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

To protect the public schools established in Robeson County for the education of the Indian race only, that the following persons of the Indian race residing in Robeson County shall be appointed a committee, to wit, J. B. Oxendine, J. E. Woodell, H. T. Lowrie, O. H. Lowrie, and W. B. Wilkins, and that all questions as to the race of those applying for admission into said Indian public school shall be submitted, that no one shall be admitted to said schools unless approved by a majority of said cominittee: Provided, that an appeal shall lie from the action of said committee to the county board of education of Robeson County, which shall have authority to review, investigate, and finally determine the matter.

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