Don Worthington

May 18, 2014 5:26 PM

Bingo hall helps connect Catawba, Lumbee Indian nations

When the Catawba Indians wanted to turn a former grocery store into a bingo hall, they did what any other business would do: They hired a contractor. The Catawbas, however, could have possibly signed a treaty. The work at a former Bi-Lo on Cherry Road is as much a nation-to-nation exchange – the Catawba Indian Nation and the Lumbee Indian Nation.

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