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  • Against Their Will(90 clicks)
    North Carolina's Sterilization Program
  • Charlotte - A Work in Progress(96 clicks)
    “Charlotte - A Work in Progress” represents but a snapshot of the changes that have made the Queen City the major metropolitan city it is today. The transformation of Charlotte was facilitated by people and their work. These images compare and contrast yesterday and today. They show where we have been and perhaps point to the future.
  • Chesterfield County,SC Genealogical Research(119 clicks)
  • Closing: The Life and Death of an American Factory(106 clicks)
    The White Furniture Company in Mebane, North Carolina, which shut in May of 1993 after an illustrious 111-year-old history.
  • Hillsborough Historical Society(105 clicks)
  • Historic Latta Plantation(178 clicks)
    An Early 19th Century Living History Farm
  • Historic Stagville(123 clicks)
  • Klansville, USA(114 clicks)
  • Museum of Downtown Durham(102 clicks)
  • Museum of the Waxhaws and Andrew Jackson Memorial(105 clicks)
    The "collection contains historic artifacts documenting the development of the region from the time of the Waxhaw Indians, for whom the region is named, until 1900. Our subjects include the first European explorers, early settlers, particularly the Scots-Irish, and the boyhood of Andrew Jackson, which was spent in the Waxhaws region.'
  • North Carolina Agricultural History(109 clicks)
    Although focused on North Carolina, this sheds light on all southern agricultural history.
  • North Carolina booklet [serial] : great events in North Carolina history. Vol. 11:1(95 clicks)
    National Society Daughters of the American Revolution of North Carolina
  • The North Carolina Experience, Beginnings to 1940(123 clicks)
    "The North Carolina Experience, Beginnings to 1940" collects a wide variety of print and manuscript materials that tell the story of the Tar Heel State as seen through representative histories, descriptive accounts, institutional reports, fiction, and other writing. It comprises printed works, images, oral history interviews, and workplace songs.
  • True and Candid Compositions(95 clicks)
    "True and Candid Compositions: The Lives and Writings of Antebellum Students at the University of North Carolina" presents 121 edited documents written primarily by students attending the University of North Carolina between 1795, the year in which the institution opened its doors, and 1868, when the devastation of the Civil War closed them again.
  • Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens(106 clicks)
    North Carolina's first capital.
  • Upper New River Valley of North Carolina and Virginia(110 clicks)
    Ashe, Alleghany, Watagua and Wilkes County, North Carolina and Grayson County, and Southwest Virginia. This is an extensive site. See for Daniel Boone as well as other famous people.