Lumbees rebelled against slavery to Confederates

“The Lumbees of eastern North Carolina at first declared neutrality but became solidly pro-Union after Confederates  began conscripting them to do forced labor, essentially enslaving them. Lumbee guerrilla bands took revenge by raiding plantations, attacking Confederate supply depots, tearing up rail lines and doing whatever else they could to disrupt Rebel operations.”

— From “Bitterly Divided: “The South’s Inner Civil War” by David Williams (2010)