2021 Wrapped Up
As 2021 wraps up, the SLNC Government & Heritage Library staff would like to share what books were used by visitors to our reading room. The subject matter of items includes North Carolina history, family history, and genealogy.
Top 10 Books Used in Our Reading Room
- Tyrrell Tides: The Newsletter of the Tyrrell County Genealogical & Historical Society published by the Tyrrell County Genealogical & Historical Society
- The Genealogical Journal published by the Randolph County Genealogical Society
- Somebody Knows My Name: Marriages of Freed People in North Carolina County by County compiled by Dr. Barnetta McGhee White
- North Carolina Revolutionary Army Accounts: Secretary of State, Treasurer's & Comptroller's papers transcribed & reproduced by Weynette Parks Haun
- Orange County Records compiled by William D.Bennett
- North Carolina Wills: A Testator Index, 1665-1900 by Thornton W.Mitchell
- Johnston County North Carolina Court minutes: North Carolina Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
transcribed & reproduced by Weynette Parks Haun
- Early Records of North Carolina ... from the Secretary of State papers abstracted by Stephen E. Bradley, Jr
- Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland by Robert W. Barnes & F. Edward Wright
- Orange County, North Carolina Court Minutes transcribed & reproduced by Weynette Parks Haun
You can find more information about these items and others in our online library catalog. Are you interested in visiting us in Raleigh, North Carolina? Check out the Know Before You Go page for more information.
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