01 March 2011

Tar Heel Tuesday - State Library of NC

The State Library of North Carolina has an impressive genealogy collection. Located on East Jones Street in Raleigh, they offer a variety of resources to genealogy researchers, including:

  • Bibliographies
  • County formation (year formed as well as parent county information)
  • Electronic resources
  • Links to ancestry databases containing vital records
  • Suggested substitutes for vital records 
  • Helpful tips for getting started
If you need to research some of your North Carolina ancestors, you might want to visit the library if you happen to be in the area. Among their vast resources you will find published and unpublished family histories, census records and indexes, and genealogical periodicals.

I think a trip to Raleigh may be in order soon!

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