Home of the Lumbee Tribe, the largest tribe east of the Mississippi River with over 55,000 members.
The Town of Pembroke, North Carolina established in 1895, is located in Robeson County in Southeastern North Carolina, along the Lumber River. We are approximately seven miles east of Highway 74 and Interstate 95 intersection, two hours south of Raleigh, two hours east of Charlotte and just a little over an hour from several North and South Carolina beaches.
Pembroke is a growing community regarded as the social, politcal, cultural and commercial center for the Lumbee Tribe, the largest American Indian tribe east of the Mississippi River, with over 55,000 members.
Home to the University of North Carolina at Pembroke
Pictured Below are Town of Pembroke Leaders from the Early 1980s
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Pictured Left to Right:
Mayor Reggle Strickland, Town Clerk Ruby Smith, Councilman Larry Brooks, Councilman Milton Hunt, Councilman Sam Dial, Town Manager McDuffie Cummings and Councilman Robert Brewington