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Person
Pitt
Polk
Qualla
Randolph
Richmond
Robeson
Rockingham
Rowan
Rutherford
Sampson
Scotland
Stanly

Stokes
Surry
Swain
Transylvania
Tryon
Tyrrell
Union
Vance
Wake
Warren
Washington
Watauga
Wayne
Wilkes
Wilson
Yadkin
Yancey


 

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North Carolina County Histories

Onslow

Descendants Of John MIDDLETON of Onslow County, North Carolina

1790 Onslow County, North Carolina Census

1820 Federal Census of North Carolina, Vol. XXXVIII-XLIII Onslow, Orange, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Person and Pitt Counties

Onslow County: A Brief History

The Commonwealth of Onslow

Onslow County, North Carolina Marriages: 1764-1867

1754-1755 Onslow County, North Carolina Militia Records

1769 Onslow County, North Carolina, Tax List

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Orange

Orange County Trio: Hillsborough, Chapel Hill, and Carrboro, North Carolina: Histories and Tour Guides icon

Kinship and Neighborhood in a Southern Community: Orange County, North Carolina, 1849-1881 icon

Abstracts of the Minutes of the Inferior Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions of Orange County, North Carolina: 1752-1766

Abstracts of the Minutes of the Inferior Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions of Orange County, North Carolina: 1777-1788

Scrapbook of Carrboro, North Carolina

History of The Town Of Hillsborough, 1754-1963 icon

1790 Orange Co., North Carolina (NC) Census icon

1820 Federal Census of North Carolina, Vol. XXXVIII-XLIII Onslow, Orange, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Person and Pitt Counties

1755 Orange County North Carolina North Carolina (NC) Tax List icon

Orange County, North Carolina Abstracts of Wills: 1752-1850

Marriages of Orange County, North Carolina, 1779-1868 icon

Orange County, North Carolina Marriages: 1782-1868 icon

Land Grant Records of North Carolina - Orange County, Volume 1: 1752-1885

Orange County: 1752-1952 icon

Sold! History of the First Baptist Church of Hillsboro, North Carolina icon

The Pelican Guide to Hillsborough: Historic Orange County, North Carolina icon

Kinship and Neighborhood in a Southern Community: Orange County, North Carolina 1849-1881 icon

Some Families of Bedford & Washington Counties, Virginia, and Orange County, North Carolina: BRIGHT, BUFORD, CASH, CRAWFORD, CREWS, DAVIS, DOWNS, EARLY, FOSTER, FRANKLIN, GRAY, HUDDLESTON, LAWFORD, McGEORGE, McNEW, PARKER, PERROTT, PENDERGASS... icon

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The KIRKLANDs of Ayr Mount icon

Our Kinsmen: A Record of the Ancestry and Descendants of Griffith THOMAS, A Pioneer Resident of Orange County, North Carolina

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Pamlico

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

Sold! Across the Bridge: Life on Goose Creek Island and Pamlico County

A Glimpse of Pamlico County

Sold! Pamlico County, North Carolina Cemeteries: With Some Family Bible Records

Pamlico County: A Brief History icon

The Confederate Reveille Memorial Edition. Published By the Pamlico Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy, Washington, N.C., May 10, 1898

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Pasquotank

North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Pasquotank County

On the Shores of the Pasquotank: the Architectural Heritage of Elizabeth City and Pasquotank County, North Carolina icon

Quaker Marriage Certificates: Pasquotank, Perquimans, Piney Woods, and Sutton's Creek: Monthly Meetings, North Carolina, 1677-1800

Pasquotank County, North Carolina Record of Deeds, 1700-1751

North Carolina County Scrip, 1861-62 of Camden, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Tyrrell and the Corporation of Elizabeth City icon

1790 Pasquotank Co., North Carolina (NC) Census icon

1820 Federal Census of North Carolina, Vol. XXXVIII-XLIII Onslow, Orange, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Person and Pitt Counties

1769 Pasquotank County North Carolina (NC) Tax List icon

1754-1755 Pasquotank County North Carolina (NC) Militia Records icon

Pasquotank Co., North Carolina (NC) Marriages 1767-1868 icon

Year Book: Pasquotank Historical Society, Elizabeth City, NC icon

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Pender

History of Pender County, North Carolina

Pender County Centennial, 1875-1975 icon

Sold! Pender County North Carolina Gravestone Records icon

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Perquimans

North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Perquimans County

Perquimans County, North Carolina (Images of America)

1820 Federal Census of North Carolina, Vol. XXXVIII-XLIII Onslow, Orange, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Person and Pitt Counties

History of Perquimans County [N.C.]. As Compiled from Records Found There and Elsewhere

Quaker Marriage Certificates: Pasquotank, Perquimans, Piney Woods, and Sutton's Creek: Monthly Meetings, North Carolina, 1677-1800

Perquimans County: A Brief History icon

North Carolina County Scrip, 1861-62 of Camden, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Tyrrell and the Corporation of Elizabeth City icon

Sold! 100 Years Up the River: the Story of the Up River Friends Meeting, Belvidere, Perquimans County, North Carolina, From 1866-1966 icon

Perquimans Co., North Carolina (NC) Marriages 1758-1865 icon

The Historic Architecture of Perquimans County, North Carolina (NC) icon

Lawrence ARNOLD (1650 - 1692) of Perquimans County, North Carolina With Some of his Descendants

Descendants of Thomas JACOCKS Who Died in 1692 in Perquimans Precinct, North Carolina

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Person

Garrett TINGEN Descendants: Early Settler of Person County, North Carolina

1820 Federal Census of North Carolina, Vol. XXXVIII-XLIII Onslow, Orange, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Person and Pitt Counties

Reminiscences: A Sketch and Letters Descriptive of Life in Person County in Former Days icon
by Alexander FOUSHEE

Alexander ROSE of Person County, North Carolina, and His Descendants icon

Person County, North Carolina, Compilations: Land Grants; 1794, 1805 & 1823 Tax Lists; Record Books Abstracts, 1792-1820; Letters of Attorney

Historical Sketches of Person County icon

Along the Border: A History of Virgilina, Virginia and the Surrounding Area in Halifax and Mecklenburg Counties in Virginia and Person and Granville Counties in North Carolina icon

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Pitt

1790 Pitt Co., North Carolina Census icon

1820 Federal Census of North Carolina, Vol. XXXVIII-XLIII Onslow, Orange, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Person and Pitt Counties

Sketches Of Pitt County: A Brief History Of The County, 1704-1910. Illustrations And Maps icon

BLOUNTs of Pitt County, North Carolina icon

The TYSON & MAY Genealogy of Pitt County

The WHITEHURST Family of Princess Anne County, Virginia and Pitt County, North Carolina

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Polk

50 Years Ago Around Saluda, North Carolina

A Sense of Heritage A Pictorial History of the Thermal Belt Area

Cemeteries (Polk County, North Carolina)

Know Our County: People, Places and Facts: A Survey of Polk County, North Carolina

Sketches of Polk County History icon

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Qualla

The Cherokee Indians, Qualla Indian Reservation, Cherokee, North Carolina. Their Tribal History, How...
(1945)

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Randolph

The Saura and Keyauwee in the Land That Became Guilford, Randolph, and Rockingham icon

A Brief History of Giles Chapel Methodist Church icon

Unique, Original 1846 Document: Manuscript Document, 20 December 1846, Signed By B. F. HOOVER, Clerk of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Randolph County, Certifying That Henry STITH is a Free Man of Color and That He Has Completed an Apprenticeship to Learn the Tanning Trade icon

Randolph Co., North Carolina (NC) Marriage 1785-1868 icon

Liberty High School (Randolph County) 1885-1968. Bicentennial Edition icon

The Story of Naomi Wise Reminiscences of Randolph County History of Randolph County History of Randleman, N. C. icon

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Richmond

1790 Census: Richmond County, North Carolina CD

1800 Census: Richmond County, North Carolina CD

No Ordinary Lives: A History of Richmond County, North Carolina, 1750-1900 icon

Estate Records, 1772-1933, Richmond County North Carolina, Hardy-Meekins Book II icon

A History of Richmond County icon

Richmond County Records: Journal of the Society of Richmond County (North Carolina) Descendants

Richmond County, North Carolina Marriages: 1783-1868

Amos THOMAS Family Tree: Ancestors and Descendants to and from Wales, England, Island of Barbados West Indies, Talbot, Queen Anne's Counties, Maryland, Anson and Richmond Counties, N. C., Wayne and Orange Counties, Indiana, Grant and Miami Counties, Indiana

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Robeson

Town of a Thousand Friends: Rowland Centennial, 1889-1989

One Land, Three Peoples: A Geography of Robeson County, North Carolina icon

The LOWRIE History as Acted in Part By Henry Berry LOWRIE, the Great North Carolina Bandit with Biographical Sketch of His Associates, Illustrated, Being a Complete History of the Modern Robber Band in the County of Robeson and State of NC, with Appendix

Robeson County in Vintage Postcards icon

1790 Census: Robeson County, North Carolina CD

Playing Before an Overflow Crowd: The Story of Indian Basketball in Robeson, North Carolina, and Adjoining Counties

Robeson County, North Carolina Marriages: 1799-1868

The State of Robeson

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Rockingham

The Heritage of Rockingham County, North Carolina

Early Families of the North Carolina Counties of Rockingham and Stokes with Revolutionary Service

The Journal of Rockingham County History & Genealogy

A Tale of Three Cities - Eden's Heritage: a Pictorial Survey of Leaksville, Spray and Draper icon

The Story of the Methodist Church, Leaksville, North Carolina icon

Our Proud Heritage: a Pictorial History of Rockingham County, North Carolina

The Church of the Messiah, 1900-1975. a Sketch of the Work of Dedicated Episcopalians in Rockingham, North Carolina... icon

1790 Census, Rockingham County, North Carolina icon

1850 Census: Rockingham County, North Carolina

1860 Federal Census of Rockingham County, North Carolina icon

The Saura and Keyauwee in the Land That Became Guilford, Randolph, and Rockingham icon

Rockingham County: A Brief History icon 

Rockingham County, North Carolina Marriages: 1785-1868

Land Grant Records of North Carolina: Rockingham County, 1778-1929

Rockingham County, North Carolina, Deed Abstracts, 1785-1800

Rockingham County, North Carolina Will Abstracts: 1785-1865

Sold! Wright Tavern: A Courthouse Inn and Its Proprietors

Sold! Wright Tavern: A Brief History

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Rowan

Rowan and Davie Counties: Story of Medicine, 1753-1976

Artisans in the North Carolina Backcountry

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

The First 100 Years ,1883-1983: Cleveland, North Carolina icon

Faith of Our Fathers: Documents from the Early History of Back Creek Church, Mt. Ulla, North Carolina icon

Historic Third Creek Presbyterian Church, Cleveland, North Carolina,1787-1966 Concord Presbytery icon

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

Rowan County, North Carolina, Tax Lists, 1757-1800: Annotated Transcriptions icon

Rowan County: A Brief History icon

Abstracts of the Deeds of Rowan County, North Carolina, 1753-1785, Vols. 1-10 icon

Rowan County, NC, Vacant Land Entries, 1778-1789 icon

Marriages of Rowan County, North Carolina, 1753-1868

The Architecture of Rowan County, North Carolina: A Catalogue and History of Surviving 18th, 19th, and Early 20th Century Structures icon

Sketches of Old Rowan. Stories By George Raynor. Ink Sketches By Aubrey Atkinson icon

A History of Rowan County, North Carolina. Containing Sketches of Prominent Families and Eminent Men, With an Appendix icon

Palatine Progeny: The AREY Family of Rowan County, North Carolina and Related Families, 1749-1983 icon

A History of the Michael BROWN Family of Rowan Co., North Carolina

Sold! The GOBBEL Family of Rowan icon

A HOLMES Family of Rowan and Davidson Counties, North Carolina, with HADEN, HEILIG, REID, REX, LINN, SMITH, BERNHARDT, SNIDER, PEARSON, GRAHAM, WHITE, ...KING, ERWIN, PANNILL, DILLARD, KNOWLES icon

The KNOX Family: A Genealogical and Biographical Sketch of the Descendants of John KNOX of Rowan County, North Carolina, and Other KNOXes (1905) icon

Sold! MULLIKINs and MULLICANs of North Carolina: A History of Lewis MULLIKIN and His Descendants Covering the Period Since His Arrival in Rowan County, North Carolina in 1781 From the Western Shore of Maryland icon

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Rutherford

1790 Rutherford Co., North Carolina Census icon

Rutherford Co., North Carolina Marriages 1779-1867 icon

1978 Forest City, Rutherfordton and Spindale (Rutherford County, N.C. ) City Directory. Including: Alexander Mills icon

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

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Sampson

1790 Sampson Co., North Carolina Census icon

Descendants of Cornelius AUTRY, Immigrant, of Edgecombe County, North Carolina; Neil CULBRETH of Sampson County, North Carolina and Allied Families

Descendants of Hayburn JACKSON, Sr. and Wiley Calvin JACKSON, Sampson County, North Carolina icon

Sampson County Child Life North Carolina 1870-1890 icon

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

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Scotland

Scotland County (Images of America)

Scotland County Emerging, 1750-1900

A Sense of Place, Part II

80 Years of Laurinburg Southern History

Population Schedule of the Twelfth Census of the United States 1900 Scotland County, North Carolina icon

McCALL and McLAURIN Families of Ballachulish in Scotland County, North Carolina, with Related Families

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Stanly

The Bridge From Yesterday Into Tomorrow. May 11-18, 1957. Albemarle, Stanly County Centennial, 1857-1957

Albemarle: Images of America, North Carolina

Tombstone Records, Stanly County, North Carolina: Albemarle, County Seat

A History of Stanly County

Stanly County, North Carolina (Images of America)

Badin: A Town at the Narrows, an Historical and Architectural Survey

Stanly County: The Architectural Legacy of a Rural North Carolina County

Stanly County, USA: The Story of an Era and an Area, 1841-1972

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Stokes

Piedmont Soldiers and Their Families
Civil war history of Forsyth, Stokes, Surry, Yadkin, and Davidson Counties, North Carolina

North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Stokes & Yadkin Counties

Early Families of the North Carolina Counties of Rockingham and Stokes with Revolutionary Service

Stokes County, North Carolina Deeds, 1787-1797

Stokes County, North Carolina Marriages: 1783-1868

The Heritage of Stokes County, North Carolina

History of Trinity Methodist Church, 1873-1978

1790 Stokes Co., NC Census icon

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Surry

Piedmont Soldiers and Their Families
Civil war history of Forsyth, Stokes, Surry, Yadkin, and Davidson Counties, North Carolina

The Surry County Book: Recollections of the Life, History & Culture of Old Surry County in Northwestern North Carolina

Surry County, North Carolina Marriages: 1783-1868

The Heritage of Surry County, North Carolina

Simple Treasures: The Architectural Legacy of Surry County

Footprints in the "Hollows" Or Surry County and Her People. Bicentennial-Surry County-1776-1976 icon

History of Surry County or, Annals of Northwest North Carolina icon

Surry County, North Carolina Wills, 1771-1827

Surry County, N.C., Deed Books A, B and C, 1770-1778

Surry County, N.C. Court Minutes, 1768-1789

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Swain

Browse back issues of The Bone Rattler: Bulletin of the Swain County Genealogical & Historical Society. icon

Historic Map of Swain County

Swain County... Early History and Educational Development: A Unique County

The Heritage of Swain County, North Carolina

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Transylvania

Penny Postcards Through the Years icon

Transylvania County "Across the Woodland" icon

Marriages of Transylvania County, North Carolina, 1861 - 1899 icon

Transylvania: The Architectural History of a Mountain County icon

Brevard, North Carolina: Images of America

Transylvania County, North Carolina: Images of America

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

The Land of Waterfalls: Transylvania County, North Carolina, Including Stories About Locally-Made Gillespie Rifle-guns, Long Hunters of the Toxaway and Upper French Broad Rivers, and Major Lewis R. REDMOND, Famous Carolina Mountain Outlaw and Moonshiner icon

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Tryon

Tryon County Documents, 1769-1779: A North Carolina County icon

History of Old Tryon and Rutherford Counties, North Carolina, 1730-1936

Tryon County, North Carolina Minutes of the Court of Please and Quarter Sessions, 1769-1779

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

BALLENGERs of Tryon icon

Marriage Bonds of Tryon and Lincoln Counties North Carolina

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Tyrrell

Tyrrell County, North Carolina Marriages: 1761-1862 icon

1757-1757 Tyrrell County, North Carolina Militia Records icon

1755 Tyrrell County, North Carolina Tax List icon

High Days & Holidays: Scenes from a Tyrrell County Childhood icon

North Carolina County Scrip, 1861-62 of Camden, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Tyrrell and the Corporation of Elizabeth City icon

Tyrell County, North Carolina Deed Books, 1735-1783 Three Volumes icon

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Union

The MOORE Families of Anson and Union Counties, North Carolina

BAUCOM Footprints in Carolina icon

Monroe and Union County, North Carolina: A Special Place for Special People icon

Sketches of Monroe and Union County icon

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

Union County Men of Medicine icon

Brief History of Waxhaw Baptist Church and the Family of GODFREYS icon

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Vance

Historic Vance County and "Happy, Healthy, Hustling Henderson"

Vance County, North Carolina: Black America

Vance Heritage Remembered: Architectural and Historical Sketches

The Heritage of Vance County, North Carolina

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Wake

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

Historical Raleigh: With Sketches of Wake County (From 1771) and Its Important Towns... icon

Marriage and Death Notices from the Raleigh Register and North Carolina State Gazette,  1799-1825 icon

Raleigh and Wake County Firefighting (Images of America) icon

The Historic Architecture of Wake County, North Carolina icon

Marriage and Death Notices from Raleigh, N.C. Newspapers, 1796-1826 icon

Marriage & Death Notices in Raleigh Register & North Carolina State Gazette, 1826-1845

Marriage& Death Notices From Raleigh Register & North Carolina Gazette: 1846-1867

Abstracts of Vital Records from Raleigh, North Carolina, Newspapers icon

1790 Wake Co., NC Census icon

Marriages of Wake County, North Carolina, 1770-1868 icon

Wake County, North Carolina Marriages: 1781-1867

History of Wake County, North Carolina icon

Wake-Capital County of North Carolina icon

Joel LANE, Pioneer and Patriot: a Biographical Sketch Including Notes About the Lane Family and the Colonial and Revolutionary History of Wake County, North Carolina icon

The Tar Heel Cook Book. a Collection of Favorite Recipes icon
(1940)

Gleanings From Long Ago icon 

The Struggles and Fruits of Faith: Sesquicentennial Celebration, First Baptist Church, Raleigh, North Carolina icon

Raleigh: A Pictorial History

Raleigh, the Historical Capital City, Its Institutions Wealth and Resources, Wake County the Land of Opportunity...North Carolina icon
(1924)

Lifelines: Collected Poems Created at the Jewish Community Center of Wake County, N. C. icon

The Raleigh Register: 1799-1863 icon

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Warren

Families of Warren, Franklin & Granville Counties, North Carolina... icon

The Architecture of Warren County, North Carolina: 1770s to 1860s

Journals of William Emmanuel BUGG, 1848-1935: Mecklenburg County, Virginia & Warren County, North Carolina with BUGG, DAVIS, HUDGINS, NICHOLSON, SMITH, WALKER icon

Sketches of Old Warrenton, North Carolina: Traditions and Reminiscences of the Town and People Who Made It icon

Front Royal and Warren County: Images of America icon

Marriages of Bute and Warren Counties, North Carolina: 1764-1868 icon

Warren County, North Carolina Marriages: 1780-1867

The County of Warren, North Carolina, 1586-1917 icon

Some Family Records icon
ALLEN, COUNCIL, BROOM, McALLISTER & More

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Washington

War of Another Kind: A Southern Community in the Great Rebellion

Washington County, North Carolina: A Tapestry

Jonesborough, North Carolina: Images of America

Images of America: Washington County

Somerset Homecoming: Recovering a Lost Heritage
"On August 30, 1986, over 2,000 descendants of the slaves who worked and lived at Somerset Place gathered on the grounds of the 200-year-old plantation in Washington County, North Carolina, for a homecoming and reunion."

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Watauga

The Architectural History of Watauga County, North Carolina

Sketches of Early Watauga

A History of Watauga County, North Carolina With Sketches of Prominent Families

The People of the New River: Oral Histories from the Ashe, Alleghany, and Watauga Counties of North Carolina icon

History of Watauga County

The Heritage of Watauga County, 1849-1984

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Wayne

PEACOCK: Some Descendants of John PEACOCK of Wayne County, North Carolina, 1781 icon

1786 Wayne County, North Carolina Tax List

1790 Census: Wayne County, North Carolina

Postcards of Old Wayne County, North Carolina

History of Wayne County North Carolina; A Collection of Historical Stories

Glimpses of Wayne County, North Carolina: An Architectural History

War-Time Reminiscences and Other Selections

Providence Specialties icon 
Goldsboro, Wayne County

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

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Wilkes

North Wilkesboro: The First Hundred Years, 1890-1990

1782 Wilkes County, North Carolina Tax List

Historical Sketches of Wilkes County

Marriages of Wilkes County, North Carolina: 1778-1868

The Land of Wilkes

Wilkes County Sketches

Wilkes County, North Carolina Deed Book A-1, B-1, C-1; 1778-1803

Wilkes County, North Carolina Deeds: 1795-1815

Wilkes County, North Carolina: A Brief History

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Wilson

Rock Ridge: A Brief History

Wilson, North Carolina: A Pictorial History

Collection of Wilson, North Carolina Histories

The Bright Leaf Cookbook. Compiled by the Home Demonstration Clubs of Wilson County North Carolina

The Episcopalians of Wilson County: a History of St. Timothy's and St. Mark's Churches in Wilson, North Carolina, 1856-1995 icon

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Yadkin

Piedmont Soldiers and Their Families
Civil war history of Forsyth, Stokes, Surry, Yadkin, and Davidson Counties, North Carolina

Yadkin County, North Carolina: The First 100 Years (Images of America)

The Heritage of Yadkin County icon

North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Stokes & Yadkin Counties

The HENNING Family

The Civil War and Yadkin County, North Carolina: With Contemporary Photographs and Letters; New Evidence Regarding Home Guard Activity and the Shootout at the Bond School House; A Roster of Militia Officers; The Names of Yadkin Men at Appomattox... icon

Yadkin County, North Carolina Marriages, 1851-1868

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Yancey

1850 Census: Yancey County, North Carolina

History and Geography of Yancey County

Voices From the Mountains, a Collection of Interviews, Yancey County, North Carolina, 1981-1985

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

Old-Time Recipes From the Nu-Wray Inn Burnsville, North Carolina

Cabins in the Laurel. [Pole Cabins on the Toe; Yancey County; Ground-hog Holes; Spruce Pine; Comedy & Tragedy at Bakersvillle; Kinfolks in the Hills; etc]

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