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    The North Carolina Digital Collections contains "over 40,000 historic and recent photographs, state government publications, manuscripts, and other resources on topics related to North Carolina. This includes its Historical Records Survey, Tombstone Transcription Project for multiple NC Counties. Type into the opening page search box, Historical Records Survey, Tombstone Transcription Project, North Carolina State Archives ... and enjoy.

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Government & Heritage Library, State Library of N.C. - Family History Transcription Project

North Carolina Family Names| For anyone with ancestors from the State of North Carolina, there is online a nice database of surnames found in a variety of documents and records. It is part of the North Carolina Family Records Online site, with material from the state archives and state library of North Carolina. Here you will see a massive list of surnames, in alphabetical order.

A Friend of Friends Friday ~ Some Eastern North Carolina Records #geneabloggers #genealogy

(Image: "Avenues of Early Settlement" Source: C. Camp. ed., Influence of Geography upon Early North Carolina (Raleigh: Carolina Charter Tercentenary Commission, 1963). This article, entitled "Early Settlement" by David Goldfield, Professor of History at UNC, Charlotte, 2005, outlines in careful detail the development of the frontier in the North Carolina Colony during the period, 1657 through 1835.

Rowan County North Carolina Family History Genealogy | eBay

This no long occupied house sits beside a nursery stock of boxwoods. What appears to be an old door is actually the location of a dismantled chimney. The owners added a colorful quild square block.

North Carolina (Southern California is actually where my roots lie, but my heart truly is here in North Carolina)

North Carolina ~ Great Wagon Road South 1750-1780

Reflecting on Genealogy: Friend of Friends Friday - Will of William Ireland, Iredell County, North Carolina, 1796

USS North Carolina Battleship-so glad I had the chance to see the ship Papaw Sid was on during WWII-very emotional day!

The NC State Archives is branching out and opening a new office in the Land of Sky. The Western Regional Archives will be based out of the Western Office in Asheville and is in the process of getting the place ready for a grand opening on August 10th.