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Halifax
Harnett
Haywood
Henderson
Hertford
Hoke
Hyde
Iredell
Jackson
Johnston
Jones
Lee
Lenoir

 

Lincoln
Macon
Madison
Martin
McDowell
Mecklenburg
Mitchell
Montgomery
Moore
Nash
New Hanover
Northampton
 

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North Carolina County Histories

Halifax

Genealogical Abstracts of Wills, 1758 - 1824, Halifax County, North Carolina icon

Town Leaders, Littleton, North Carolina, 1790-1920 icon

The Spirit of the Roanoke: A Pageant of Halifax County History icon

A Greenville Album: The Bicentennial Book; A Compilation of Nash County Historical Notes; the Edgecombe Story; Frontier of Freedom: Halifax County Bicentennial

Enfield Baptist Church, 1879-1979

Abstracts From the North Carolina Journal Halifax, North Carolina 1792-1794, Volume I icon

1790 Halifax Co., NC Census icon

Halifax County, North Carolina Marriage Records, 1818-1867

History of Halifax County, North Carolina

Property Lines from an Old Survey Book - Halifax County 1741-1901

The BRANDONs of Halifax County, Virginia, Gaston County, North Carolina, & York County, South Carolina icon

Journal of a Secesh Lady: the Diary of Catherine Ann Devereux EDMONDSTON 1860-1866

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Harnett

A History of Dunn, North Carolina

Lillington: The Centennial Sketchbook

Harnett County: A History (The Making of America)

The Voices of Yesteryear (Angier, North Carolina)

They Passed This Way: A Personal Narrative of Harnett County History

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Haywood

All Roads Lead to Haywood County, North Carolina: Volume I The HAWKINS - ROGERS Connection and Related Families

The Families of Haywood and Jackson Counties, North Carolina: Based on the 1850 Census Records icon

MITCHELL Families of Haywood County, North Carolina

Milesian Mountaineers (1686-1986) a Genealogical History of the NOLAND Families of Haywood County, North Carolina, as Descended From Peter NOLAND (Ca. 1720-1796) Grandosn of Pierce NOLAND, Immigrant From Ireland, and Settler in Maryland, 1686 icon

TATE Family of Haywood County, North Carolina: History and Genealogy

Canton: The Architecture of Our Home Town

Historic Waynesville & Haywood County, North Carolina: What Was it Like?

Haywood County: Portrait of a Mountain Community

The Middle History of Haywood County

The Early History of Haywood County (North Carolina)

Annals of Haywood County, North Carolina: 1808-1935, Historical, Sociological, Biographical and Genealogical

120 Years of Changes: 1880-2000

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Henderson

A Partial History of Henderson County

Remembering Henderson County: A Legacy of Lore icon

Hendersonville in Civil War Times

Postmarks: a History of Henderson County [ North Carolina ] 1787-1968 icon

From the Banks of the Oklawaha

The Story of Henderson County icon

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Hertford

Hertford County: Images of America

The Colonial and State Political History of Hertford County, North Carolina

1790 Census: Hertford County, North Carolina

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Hoke

Hoke County, North Carolina: Images of America

History of Hoke County, North Carolina

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Hyde

Lake Mattamuskeet, New Holland and Hyde County: Images of America icon

In the Name of God, Amen! Abstracts of Hyde County, North Carolina Wills/Probate 1709 through 1775

North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Hyde and Beaufort Counties

In Memory of...Index to Hyde County Cemeteries icon

Hyde County, North Carolina, County Court Minutes... icon

Hyde County, North Carolina Record of Deeds B, 1762-1783 icon

1850 Census of Hyde County, North Carolina: a Compilation of All Census Schedules Taken in the Year 1850 icon

The 1910 Census of Hyde County, North Carolina

Digging Up Uncle Evans: History, Ghost Tales, & Stories from Ocracoke Island icon

The Story of Ocracoke Island: A Hyde County Bicentennial Project

The MASONs of Eastern North Carolina: Beaufort, Carteret, Craven, Dare, Hyde and Pamlico Counties icon

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Iredell

1790 Census: Iredell County, North Carolina

The BRAWLEY Family of Iredell County, North Carolina

Mooresville (Images of America)

An Early History of Statesville High School and the Athletic Teams

Iredell County, North Carolina Earliest Extant Tax Lists: 1800, 1815, 1837, Annotated Transcriptions

Iredell County, North Carolina: A Brief History icon

Sketches of Western North Carolina Illustrating Principally the Revolutionary Period of Mecklenburg, Rowan, Lincoln and Adjoining Counties

Liberty Hill on the South Yadkin River, Iredell County, North Carolina

An Inventory Of Historic Architecture: Iredell County, North Carolina; City Of Statesville, Town Of Mooresville

The Heritage of Iredell County, North Carolina

North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Iredell County

Iredell County Landmarks: A Pictorial History of Iredell County, North Carolina

Old Fourth Creek Congregation: The Story of the First Presbyterian Church, Statesville, 1764-1989 icon

Sold! Iredell County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts icon

Sold! Fourth Creek Memorial Burying Ground, 1756, Statesville, North Carolina: History, Legends, Inscriptions icon

Sold! Newspaper Marriage & Death Notices 1874-1890 from "The Landmark" Statesville, North Carolina

Sold! Descendants of David BRADFORD: Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Iredell Counties

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Jackson

The Families of Haywood and Jackson Counties, North Carolina: Based on the 1850 Census Records icon

Historic Tales of Cashiers, North Carolina

Sylva: Images of America icon

The Cemeteries of Jackson County, North Carolina

Jackson County, North Carolina, Sylva, County Seat

Jackson County: Then & Now

Chinquapins and Chestnuts

Affirmation of Faith: a Centennial History of the Cullowhee United Methodist Church, 1894-1994

The History of Jackson County

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Johnston

1790 Census: Dobbs & Johnston Counties, North Carolina CD

Marriages of Johnston County, North Carolina: 1762-1868 icon

Johnston County, North Carolina Marriages, 1764-1867 icon

Cemetery Records of Johnston County

Johnston County, North Carolina (Images of America) icon

Johnston County, North Carolina 1850 Census

Roots, Seeds, and Other Things, Vol. II: KING, SUTTON, OATES & Related Families of Duplin, Johnston, Sampson and Wayne Counties, North Carolina

Richard Arrow SMITH of Wake County, North Carolina and His Descendants: SMITH and Related Families of Wake and Johnston Counties, North Carolina icon

Charles WELLONS of Johnston County, North Carolina: His Ancestors & Descendants

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Jones

1790 Census: Jones County, North Carolina

Minutes of the Jones County, North Carolina, Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1826-1841

Jones County: Facts and Folklore

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Lee

Krackling Cornbread and Buttermilk: Along with Other Southern Memories

Sanford and Lee County

The History and Architecture of Lee County, North Carolina

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Lenoir

Descendants of Nathaniel and Sarah SKINNER of Lenoir County, North Carolina and Affiliated Families

The Heritage of Lenoir County, 1981

The Story of Kinston & Lenoir County

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Lincoln

The German Settlers in Lincoln County and Western North Carolina CD

North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Burke, Lincoln and Rowan Counties

The North Carolina Constitution of 1776 and Its Makers; The German Settlers in Lincoln County and Western North Carolina icon

Annals of Lincoln County, North Carolina. Containing Interesting and Authentic Facts of Lincoln County History Through the Years 1749 to 1937 icon

Tar Heel Born: A DYER Family from Lincoln County, North Carolina

Deed Abstracts of Tryon, Lincoln & Rutherford Counties, North Carolina, 1769-1786: Tryon County Wills & Estates

Sketches of Western North Carolina Illustrating Principally the Revolutionary Period of Mecklenburg, Rowan, Lincoln and Adjoining Counties

Marriage Bonds of Tryon and Lincoln Counties North Carolina

1860 Slave Schedule Lincoln County North Carolina icon
 

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Macon

A Brief History of Macon County, North Carolina icon

Macon County Heritage, North Carolina icon

Early Wills of Macon County, North Carolina icon

Highlands, North Carolina: A Walk Into the Past icon

Little Journeys: A Photo Tour Guide Through Historic Macon County icon

All in a Day's Work: Historic General Stores of Macon and Surrounding Counties of North Carolina Counties

Nikwasi: Valley Of The Little Tennessee, Macon County, North Carolina

Macon County, North Carolina Marriages: 1830-1868

Records of Old Macon County, North Carolina, 1829-1850

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Madison

Hooking Past to Future by Hand: The Hooked Rug Industry in Madison County, North Carolina

The Kingdom of Madison. a Southern Mountain Fastness and Its People icon

Antioch United Methodist Church. Hot Springs North Carolina icon

Madison County, North Carolina Marriages: 1851-1869 icon

Sold! Index, Death Certificates, Books 1-5. Madison County, North Carolina (1913-1918). icon

Sold! Index, Death Certificates, Books 16-20. Madison County, North Carolina icon

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Martin

Descendants of Captain John WIGGINS of Martin County, North Carolina

Ghosts and Witches of Martin County icon

Martin County, North Carolina (Images of America)

Martin County During the Civil War icon

Martin County History

1790 Martin Co., NC Census icon

Smoke to Gold. [the Story of Tobacco in Martin County, NC] icon

Religion and Education in Martin County 1774-1974 icon

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McDowell

McDowell County, North Carolina: 1843-1943 (Images of America)

McDowell County, North Carolina Land Entry Abstracts: 1843-1869

History of McDowell County

North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: McDowell County

McDowell County, North Carolina Marriages: 1797-1869

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Mecklenburg

Residents of Mecklenburg County North Carolina 1762-1790 icon

Marriages of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, 1783-1868 icon

Mecklenburg County North Carolina Court Minutes Book 1: 1774-1780

Mecklenburg County, North Carolina: Minutes of the Court of Common Pleas & Quarter Sessions, 1780-1800

North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Mecklenburg, Gaston and Union Counties icon

Sketches of Western North Carolina Illustrating Principally the Revolutionary Period of Mecklenburg, Rowan, Lincoln and Adjoining Counties

A List of Those Buried in Historic Steele Creek Burying Grounds, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, North Carolina

Charlotte in Picture and Prose: an Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Charlotte, North Carolina icon
(1906)

The Revolution in North Carolina in 1775, Transylvania, Craven, Anson and Mecklenburg

A History of the Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church, Mecklenburg Presbytery, Charlotte, North Carolina icon

Charlotte and Mecklenburg County: A Pictorial History icon

Mecklenburg: A Bicentennial Story icon

A History of Providence Presbyterian Church, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. icon

Sold! Early Family Burial Grounds of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina icon

Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Abstracts of Early Wills, 1763-1790 & 1749-1790

Sold! Descendants of David BRADFORD: Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Iredell Counties

A FINLEY Family History

A MORRIS Family of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

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Mitchell

Original Civil War-era Letter to South Carolina Soldier icon
From the seller: "Hand-penned letter from George BROWN & his wife to son Abba, dated October 16th, (18)64, Williamston. Written on 8 x 10 off-white stock and folded three times (no envelope). "My Dear Child/It has now been three weeks since we have heard a word from you/I have written every few days but still get no answer, but I know that the fault is not in you, for I know that you have written but we never get those letters. " Text occupies both full sides, with the mother imploring the son to try to retrieve a winter coat she has for him. Second half of rear has father apologizing for not sending him more money, and "I have visited Wit's place on Snake River/there is plenty of land for all our hands to work..." Item is in very good shape, with a crescent-shaped burn mark lower half of left margin."

Stories 'Neath the Roan: Memories of the People of Yancey, Mitchell and Avery Counties at the Foot of Roan Mountain in North Carolina

The Story of Little Switzerland

Then and Now: Mitchell County Schools,1922-1952. Containing a Report of the School Construction Program Carried out in 1951-1952

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Montgomery

My North Carolina Heritage, Vol. 4: Zebedee William MORRIS of Montgomery County, North Carolina...

"Pattern of Timeless Moments" A History of Montgomery County icon

Our MEDLIN Family: A History of the MEDLIN Family From 1760 to 1984 icon

1790 Montgomery Co., NC Census icon

1800, 1810, 1830, 1840 Federal Census of Montgomery County, North Carolina icon

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Moore

Moore County, North Carolina, 1747-1847 icon

Atlas of Moore County, North Carolina: Portrait of an Eclectic Southern County icon

Plain-Style: The Work of 18th and 19th Century Craftsmen in Moore County, North Carolina: a Catalog icon

Treading New Ground: A History of Moore County Schools, 1959-1985 icon

The County of Moore, 1847-1947: A North Carolina Region's Second Hundred Years icon

Descendants of Kenneth WICKER & Isabella CURRIE of Moore County, N.C. icon

The Story of Moore County: Two Centuries of a North Carolina Region icon

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Nash

The Revolutionary War in North Carolina: Narrative of John Hodges DRAKE, of Nash County

We Recollect: An Anecdotal History of Nash County

The History and Architecture of Nash County North Carolina

Roster of Nash County Confederate Soldiers

A Greenville Album: The Bicentennial Book; A Compilation of Nash County Historical Notes; the Edgecombe Story; Frontier of Freedom: Halifax County Bicentennial

Sold! Kinfolks of Nash County, North Carolina, 1778-1854 icon

Rocky Mount and Nash County (Images of America) icon

The DEVAUGHAN Story: Samuel DEVAUGHAN of Nash County, North Carolina and His Descendants

By Faith & Heritage Are We Joined: A Compilation of Nash County Historical Notes 1777-1976

1782 Nash County, North Carolina Tax List

1790 Census: Nash County, North Carolina

Nash County, North Carolina Marriages: 1783-1868 icon

Sold! Estate Records in the Deed Books of Nash County North Carolina 1781-1897 icon 

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New Hanover

St. James Church, Wilmington, North Carolina: Historical Records... icon

Wilmington: A Pictorial History

Wilmington, North Carolina: Postcard History

New Hanover County Court Minutes, 1738-1769, 1771-1785, 1786-1793, 1794-1800...

Wilmington, North Carolina, to 1861 icon

Attorneys of New Hanover County, 1724-1978

The Lower Cape Fear in Colonial Days

Two Centuries of Art in New Hanover County icon

A Glimpse of Carolina Medicine and the Lower Cape Fear Area from Colonial Times to 1860 icon

1754-1755 New Hanover County, North Carolina Militia Records

Wrightsville Beach: A Pictorial History icon

New Hanover Co., North Carolina Marriages 1779-1868

History of New Hanover County and the Lower Cape Fear Region, 1723-1800

Early New Hanover County Records

100th Anniversary Commemorating the Building of St. James Church, Wilmington, North Carolina: Historical Notices

New Hanover County, North Carolina, 1800 Census

Between the Creeks, Revised: Masonboro Sound, 1735-1985

Sold! History of the Masonboro Baptist Church

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Northampton

Our Church - Then and Now. A History of Seaboard Methodist Church 1880-1958

Northampton County, North Carolina Marriages, 1812-1867 icon

Abstracts of Deeds. Northampton County, North Carolina. Public Registry. Deed Book One and Deed Book Two. 1741-1759 icon

Service Record: World War I and II, Northampton County icon

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