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Book A Librarian
The Government and Heritage Library is offering a new service - Book-A-Librarian! You can schedule a free 30 minute consultation by calling or emailing the library. Our staff can help you with questions about genealogy research, NC statistics and demographics, and legislative history. When you schedule your appointment, we will match you up with the best librarian for your research needs.
Kay Tillotson enjoys the challenge of family history research. She has done numerous presentations on methods of research on female and African American Ancestors.
Kay will assist researchers with genealogical research.
Erin Bradford has studied genealogy for almost 30 years. Her particular interest is in antebellum North Carolina and free African Americans.
Erin will assist researchers with genealogical research.
Elizabeth Hayden worked as Demographics and Reference Librarian before becoming Reference Resources Supervisor at the Government and Heritage Library. She has taught classes on using the US Census as well as other data and demographic sources and has worked closely with the NC State Data Center.
Beth will assist with questions about NC statistics and demographics.
Steve Case has over 30 years of experience working with legislative sources at the UNC Law Library and the State Library of North Carolina. He has a Masters in Library and Information Science from UNC-Chapel Hill.
Steve will assist with legislative history research.
How do you Book-A-Librarian? Call the Government & Heritage Library at 919-807-7460 or email us at .