(October 2008) I am currently working on replacing older transcriptions in
HTML format with PDF documents. The idea with doing that is 1. less work for me and 2. creating files that you
can download to your computer.
- (July 2008)
The State Library of North Carolina in Raleigh has been hard at work creating digital collections. Currently, they have the
following digital collections online: An Era of Promise and Progress, 1863-1910, Eugenics in North Carolina,
From Crossroads to Capital: the History of Raleigh, North Carolina, Influenza: 1918-1919,
Malaria Data for North Carolina: 1900-1940 and more to be added. You can access these
collections at http://statelibrary.dcr.state.nc.us/dimp/digital/index.html
- (2007)I realize that there are an abundance of message boards online and I am now offering another opportunity for
users of this site to connect with each other with a message board
for use on this site. It is currently combined with the board for the sister site, the Genealogy Depository.
Please note that you must register in order to post to the board to help keep the spam at bay. I tried to leave
the boards open at first, but they were bombarded with spam, so although anyone can read posts, please register first
in order to post. If you don't use the boards, you will not hurt my feelings, just trying to offer another option for
connecting with someone. The counties are divided into different regions and also a section for historical and
genealogical events and places of interest within the state.
- (2007)I have been writing and maintaining a list of articles on the sister site (The
Genealogy Depository). So far there are only 3 articles: Counting Cousins,
Census Research: Facts, Tips, and Tricks, and then a 3rd article in 6 parts about
conservation of your genealogy material for future generations.
Click here for the index of all current articles and articles to be added in the future.