News & Events
The State Archives of North Carolina will be closed for the following holidays or events:
- July 4, 2017 for the Independence Day holiday.
For information about our normal hours, see our Visit Us pages:
For a list of holidays observed by North Carolina state government, visit the Office of State Human Resources website.
Tax Lists and Records
With tax season fast approaching, North Carolina State Archives unveils a new digital collection, entitled Tax Lists and Records, drawing from General Assembly, Treasurer & Comptroller and Secretary of State records. The bulk of the records are from the Colonial and Revolutionary War eras, but some lists date from as late as 1853. [Learn more...]
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Saturday, April 1; 9:00 a.m.—3:30 p.m.
Liberty or Death!: Finding Revolutionary-Era Resources at the State Archives of North Carolina
*Update (2/24/17): This event is now full.*
Plan to join us for this day-long workshop that reviews the types of records—county, state, military, and private—held at the State Archives and how to identify and locate them. This workshop is limited to 30 participants and your registration fee must be received by March 24, 2017. Please view the agenda for fuller description of all sessions.
Registration for the workshop is $20.00 and $18.00 for Friends of the Archives members and lunch is included. Please complete and mail in the registration form to ensure your space.
Contact information, driving instructions and other visitor information for:
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New Videos Available Through DigitalNC
Films from the Robert W. Scott II Papers (PC.1317) and the Wildlife Resources Commission were recently digitized through a project with the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center. [Read more...]
Identifying and Protecting Essential Family Records Tutorial
The State Historical Records Advisory Board in collaboration with the State Archives has produced a series of tutorials that provide basic information about the care and handling of family papers.
More tutorials from this series are available on the YouTube channel of the State Archives of North Carolina.
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