1 edition of Biennial report of the North Carolina State Department of Archives and History found in the catalog.
Biennial report of the North Carolina State Department of Archives and History
North Carolina. State Dept. of Archives and History
|Other titles||Biennial report, Biennial report of the North Carolina Department of Archives and History|
|Series||Publications of the State Department of Archives and History -- no. 44-48|
|LC Classifications||F251 .N72|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 v. :|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||13033065|
History of the Military Collection. Although the official records of North Carolina’s military role in the U.S. Civil War were removed to Washington, D.C., at the end of the war, the North Carolina Historical Commission—established in —soon began collecting various Confederate military records and papers that had remained in private hands for the fiftieth anniversary of the war. In , at the behest of the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association, the General Assembly established the North Carolina Historical Commission to collect and print "from the files of old newspapers, from court records, church records and elsewhere valuable documents pertaining to the history of the State." Its gubernatorially appointed members served without salary, and its.
Catalogue of the North Carolina State Library, by North Carolina State Library (Book) Biennial report by North Carolina () A state library building and department of archives and records by R. D. W Connor (Book). , online images. , names. 13, places. 17, topics. Just take me to the search page. South Carolina Department of Archives and History.
Content Type Search. Image Search. Help. This collection contains an index and images of vital record indexes, including births, delayed births, and deaths, for the years to
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The Biennial Report stands as the official record of our agency, and taken together, these fifty-some publications provide a remarkable, detailed history of North Carolina’s state-sponsored, public history activities.
As an addendum, to this report is a page summary of the department’s Civil War Sesquicentennial Observance. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Virginia and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Issues for / have title: Biennial report of the North Carolina Department of Archives and HistoryPages: Issues for / have title: Biennial report of the North Carolina Department of Archives and History.
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Virginia and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Issues for / have title: Biennial report of the North Carolina Department of Archives and History Report year ends June 30 SERBIB/SERLOC merged record.
Internet Archive BookReader Biennial report of the North Carolina State Department of Archives and History [serial]. Get this from a library. Twenty-third biennial report of the North Carolina State Department of Archives and History: July 1, to J [North Carolina Historical Commission.].
The South Carolina Department of Archives and History is an independent state agency whose mission is to preserve and promote the documentary and cultural heritage of the Palmetto State. The department houses one of the most comprehensive state archival collections in the nation, spanning more than years of South Carolina history.
The State Archives of North Carolina, Government Records Section, Outer Banks History Center, and Western Regional Archives have very diverse holdings in a variety of formats. The list below is meant to give an overview of the digital collections, resources and. SC Department of Archives and History.
Parklane Road. Columbia, SC The North Carolina State Government Web Site Archives is a service of the State Archives and the State Library of North Carolina.
The archives contain state government agency, licensing board, and commission web sites and social media pages, and includes images and audio and video files; agency policies and publications posted on sites; and board and commission meeting.
The State Archives of North Carolina collects, preserves, and makes available for public use historical and evidential materials relating to North Carolina.
In all, the Archives houses o linear feet of permanently valuable materials containing millions of individual items. Locate contact information for state agencies, employees, hotlines, local offices, and more.
See State Government Contacts Visit NCpedia. Census Your Story is North Carolina’s Story; Outer Banks History Center. Outer Banks History Center. Back; Collections and Services; Visit the Outer Banks History Center; State Archives of North Carolina.
Jones St. Raleigh, NC Mail Service Center () General information, by North Carolina. State Dept. of Archives and History at - the best online ebook storage.
Download and read online for free General information, by North Carolina. State Dept. of Archives and History. North Carolina. State Department of Archives and History. Biennial report of the North Carolina State Department of Archives and History (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors.
Biennial report of the North Carolina State Department of Archives and History. Call# FN63 Catalog Number: Object Name: Serial Subjects: North Carolina - History - Sources - Periodicals. North Carolina - Antiquities - Periodicals. Published Date: Physical Description: 15 v.: ill.
The State Archives of North Carolina (Division of Archives and Records) is a division of North Carolina state government responsible for collecting, preserving, and providing public access to historically significant archival materials relating to North Carolina, and responsible for providing guidance on the preservation and management of public government records to state, county, city and.
The beginnings of English America: Sir Walter Raleigh's settlements on Roanoke Island, by North Carolina. State Dept. of Archives and History at - the best online ebook storage.
Download and read online for free The beginnings of English America: Sir Walter Raleigh's settlements on Roanoke Island, by North Carolina. What Is in the Digital Archives. The MDAH Digital Archives exhibits are born-digital and digitized materials from the Electronic Archives collections, which include records received from government agencies and officials, such as lists of educable children, governors' correspondence, Confederate pension applications, and state agencies' annual reports; as well as personal documents.
The North Carolina History of Health Digital Collection consists of books, journals, reports, bulletins, minutes, proceedings, and histories covering topics in medicine, public health, dentistry, pharmacy, and nursing, dating from to the present.
Biennial Report of the North Carolina Board of Health  NCHH Biennial Report. The North Carolina Office of Archives and History is the third-oldest state historical agency in the nation, and one of the largest such agencies.
It is a direct descendant of the North Carolina Historical Commission, established in on the heels of similar actions by Alabama in and Mississippi in That these agencies were established in the old Confederacy during the rise .Biennial report of the North Carolina Division of Archives and History  North Carolina.
Division of Archives and History North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources Description Report year begins July 1 and ends June Type: Text.The Research Room at the South Carolina Department of Archives and History will re-open on Wednesday, J On that day, we will resume our regular Research Room hours of a.m.
to p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Before visiting please read the COVID safety guidelines for visitors to our building.