Excitation functions at nine angles for the reaction N15(p, α0)C12 are reported for incident proton energies from 0.9 to 1.3 Mev. At a laboratory angle of 140° the excitation function has been extended to 2.9 Mev. In addition to previously reported resonances near 1.03 and 1.21 Mev, corresponding to O16 states at 13.08 and 13.24 Mev, an anomalous behavior is observed near 1.87 Mev. Additional evidence for such behavior near this energy has been obtained from the N15(p, α1γ)C12 reaction. The qualitative features of the N15(p, α0)C12 data are shown to be consistent with the assignments J=1-, J=1-, and J=3- for the 0.34, 1.03, and 1.21-Mev resonances respectively. Fitting Breit-Wigner curves to the measured excitation function of N15(p, α1γ)C12 near 1.64 and 1.98 Mev has yielded ER=1.640+/-0.003 Mev (Γ=68+/-3 kev) and ER=1.979+/-0.003 Mev (Γ=23+/-2 kev) for these previously reported resonances (O16 states at 13.65 and 13.97 Mev). It is shown that ΓpΓ<<1 for the resonance at 1.98 Mev.