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State Archives of North Carolina
4614 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, N.C. 27699-4614
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109 E. Jones St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
Publications, Circulars, and Guides
The newsletter of the Division of Archives and Records is now available online.
Essays written by Archives staff as introductions to State Archives resources and various areas of research.
These pathfinders provide introductions to the materials on particular subjects, but are not meant to be comprehensive.
View MARS catalog tutorials and other help videos from the State Archives of North Carolina and the Government Records Branch of North
Note: all posts and comments on Division of Archives and Records blogs are public records. A full list of social media accounts for the State
Archives, State Records Center and Outer Banks History Center is available.
The G.S. 132 Files: North Carolina Public Records Blog is our newest form of communicating and interacting with the custodians of North
Carolina’s public records. Through this blog, we intend to expand on our records management services by providing you all with an information
portal for news, events, training opportunities, and discussion. Every day, the analysts and archivists at the State Archives of North Carolina
answer questions, consult records creators for advice, and consider the trickier issues of public records law. Now you will have the opportunity to
engage with us collectively.
The main blog of the Division of Archives and Records - a space for discussing new projects, upcoming events and other interesting news.
A blog created to host information relating to the American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration at the State Archives of North Carolina. In
2006, the North Carolina Office of Archives and History, part of the Department of Cultural Resources (DCR), formed an in-house committee to guide and promote agency-sponsored observances of the Sesquicentennial. Organizers, with the counsel of a
panel of academic advisers, endorsed a wide range of programs intended to appeal to diverse audiences. The themes of Freedom,
Sacrifice, and Memory encompass a wide range of topics and points of view. In 2010, the State Archives of
North Carolina formed a committee to plan, coordinate, and encourage participation in the Archives' portion of the larger Office of Archives and
History/DCR observance. The members of the Archives Civil War 150 committee created and maintain this blog, which includes news and events,
information on staff talks available to groups and events, the online exhibit,"Find Your Civil War Ancestors," and an introduction to the Digital Civil War Collection.
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