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North Carolina Genealogy & History Books: General Interest & Misc.

Index of North Carolina Ancestors

Marylanders to Carolina: Migration of Marylanders to North Carolina and South Carolina Prior to 1800

More Marylanders to Carolina: Migration of Marylanders to North Carolina and South Carolina Prior to 1800

A Key to Southern Pedigrees: Being a Comprehensive Guide to the Colonial Ancestry of Families the States of Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia and Alabama

Index to North Carolina Wills, 1663-1900...

History of the German Settlements and of the Lutheran Church in North and South Carolina icon

North Carolina Wills: A Testator Index, 1665-1900

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

Some Pioneer Presbyterian Preachers of the Piedmont North Carolina icon

Joseph NICHOLS and the Nicholites: A Look at the "New Quakers" of Maryland, Delaware, North and South Carolina

Lost Tribes of North Carolina: Index and Digest to Hathaway's "North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register" icon

An Index to North Carolina Newspapers, 1784-1789 icon

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

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

Marriage & Death Notices from Extant Asheville, North Carolina, Newspapers: 1840-1870 icon

Free African Americans of North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina, from the Colonial Period to About 1820

The Tobacco Kingdom: Plantation, Market, and Factory in Virginia and North Carolina, 1800-1860

Memories and Records of Eastern North Carolina

Directory of Scots in the Carolinas, 1680-1830 icon

North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register, Vols. 1-3 icon

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

Southern Social Register 1950-1951 icon

North Carolina Bastardy Bonds icon

North Carolina Planters & Their Children, 1800-1860 icon

In Full Force and Virtue: North Carolina Emancipation Records, 1713-1860

Against the Peace and Dignity of the State: North Carolina Laws Regarding Slaves, Free Persons of Color, and Indians

North Carolina Research: Genealogy and Local History icon

Longrifles of North Carolina icon

Passports of Southeastern Pioneers, 1770-1823: Indian, Spanish and Other Land Passports for Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, Mississippi, Virginia, North and South Carolina

Minutes of the N. C. Manumission Society, 1816-1834 icon

Slavery in North Carolina, 1748-177 icon

North Carolina Freedman's Savings and Trust Company Records icon

The Salzburg Lutheran Expulsion & Its Impact icon

The North Carolina Genealogical Directory: A Listing of Tar Heel Societies and Selected Books for Sale icon

The Colonial Clergy of Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina icon

Tar Heel Tombstones and the Tales They Tell  

Records of Emigrants From England and Scotland to North Carolina 1774-1775 icon

Records of the Moravians in North Carolina, Volume II, 1752-1775 icon

Carolina Families: A Bibliography of Books about North and South Carolina Families

Carolina Scots: An Historical and Genealogical Study of Over 100 Years of Emigration icon

The Highland Scots of North Carolina, 1732 1776 icon

The Scots-Irish in the Carolinas icon

German-Speaking People West of the Catawba River in North Carolina, 1750-1800: and Some Émigrés' Participation in the Early Settlement of Southeast Missouri icon

Sources for Genealogical Searching in North Carolina icon

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North & South Carolina Marriage Records from the Earliest Colonial Days to the Civil War icon
"Almost 7,500 marriages are listed, the arrangement being alphabetical by surname, and this includes the maiden names of the brides. For each is given the full date and the place where the wedding took place. "

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

Marriage& Death Notices From Raleigh Register & North Carolina Gazette: 1846-1867
"This is a valuable record of North Carolina marriages and deaths covering the entire state for the period 1799 through 1867. ... Altogether more than 5,000 mid-19th-century North Carolinians are identified herein. Marriages are arranged in alphabetical order by year, showing the names of both bride and groom, place of marriage, the name of the newspaper, and the date of publication. Deaths are also arranged by year and alphabetically thereunder, giving the name of the decedent, date of death, place of residence, and the name and date of the newspaper."

Marriage & Death Notices in Raleigh Register, NC State Gazette, Daily Sentinel, Raleigh Observer & News & Observer

State Census of North Carolina, 1784-1787 icon

Province of North Carolina, 1663-1729: Abstracts of Land Patents icon

Land Grant Records of North Carolina icon

North Carolina Taxpayers

Index to the 1810 Census of North Carolina icon

Index to 1820 North Carolina Census: Supplemented from Tax Lists and Other Sources icon

Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: North Carolina icon

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Genealogies & Biographies

Some Ancestors and Descendants of Rebecca WILLIAMS and Nathan MOFFITT of North Carolina, Arkansas and Missouri

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

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

The TYSON and MAY Genealogy of Pitt County

My North Carolina Heritage, Vol. 2: ROLLINS, EALY, MORGAN and SMELSER Families

Some ROGERS, DUCKWORTH and WELBORN Families With Roots in North and South Carolina

My North Carolina Heritage, Volume 2: ROLLINS, EALY, MORGAN and SMELSER Families (with related families); A Genealogy of Buncombe, Haywood, Madison, Randolph Counties in North Carolina, Bedford County in Virginia, Greene and Cocke counties in Tennessee

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

A Brief History of Alamance County, North Carolina: With Sketches of the WHITESELL Family and the HUFFMAN Family icon

A Genealogical Record of the DAVIS, SWANN and CABELL Families of North Carolina and Virginia

Descendants of David COLTRANE and James FRAZIER of North Carolina

TURNER and BANKS: Pioneer Families of Western North Carolina

Reminiscences and Memoirs of North Carolina and Eminent North Carolinians icon

Sketches of Prominent Living North Carolinians icon
(1888)

Descendants of Nimrod and Nancy (Etchison) ADAMS

The ALLENs of Cribbs Creek in Burnsville Township, Anson County, North Carolina and Related Families icon

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ALLEN, COUNCIL, BROOM, McALLISTER & More

Samuel ALLIN (1756-1841), Revolutionary War Soldier of North Carolina and Kentucky: A Record of His Many Descendants, 1756-1960 icon

The ALSTONs and ALLSTONs of North and South Carolina compiled from English, Colonial and Family Records...

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

Lawrence ARNOLD (1650 - 1692) of Perquimans County, North Carolina, with Some of His Descendants

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

BALLENGERs of Tryon icon

Descendants of Frances "Frankie" BANKS From 1802 to 2004, Buncombe County, North Carolina

The BATCHELOR Family: Batchelor in Virginia, Batchelor in North Carolina; Bachelor/Batchelor in Tennessee, Missouri and Texas; Batchler in Texas; and Bachlor in Oklahoma and California

Sold! BAUCOM Footprints in Carolina icon

Piedmont Plantation: The BENNEHAN- CAMERON Family and Lands in North Carolina

Our BLACK Family in America: Some of the Descendants of William BLACK and Sarah STEVENS; He, Born in North Carolina in 1770, Lived Most of His Life in Vermillion, Richland County, Ohio, and Died There Soon After 1850...

Sold! Hayfields & Ploughshares. a History of the BLACKBURN Family of Catawba County, North Carolina icon

The BLACKWELDER and Allied Families of North Carolina and Illinois

Sold! BLOUNTs of Pitt County, North Carolina icon

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

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

The BRAWLEY Family of Iredell County, North Carolina

Genealogical Study of James BRITTAIN of Buncombe County, North Carolina

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

A BURNETT Family of the South: Thomas BURNETT, 1755-1780 of Virginia and North Carolina and His Descendants icon

Jacob BYLER of North Carolina

The CANSLER Family in America: The Ancestors and Descendants of Philip W. GENTZLER of North Carolina

The CARR Family of Duplin County

Generations: The Margaret and Samuel CLINARD Clan of North Carolina icon

The Preacher's Three: Stories of a North Carolina Childhood From Another Day icon
The COBB family of Lilesville, North Carolina

Thomas COFFEY and His Descendants; with a Brief Sketch of the Life of Thomas COFFEY, a Pioneer in North Carolina from Virginia, and of Reuben COFFEY, a Pioneer in Indiana from North Carolina, and of Others

Kinfolk of Jacob CONRAD

COOK History and Genealogy of Families Originating in North Carolina from 1760-1941...

The Two Williams: William King COVELL, 1802-1890 & William King COVELL, 1833-1919. Story of Nineteenth (19th) Century Newport, Rhode Island & Wilmington, North Carolina icon

As a Tree Grows: A Genealogy of the COX and Allied Families of Northwestern North Carolina icon

The Family of Granville H. COX, 1822-1888, of Early Ashe County, North Carolina, and Atchison County, Missouri

The CRAVEN Family of Southern Folk Potters: North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Arkansas and Missouri icon

William WISEMAN and the DAVENPORTs: Pioneers of old Burke County, North Carolina

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

Sold! The DEW Line from England to Virginia and the Carolinas, to Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Texas, and Louisiana, with Some Records of Other States icon

The Descendants of William B. DUNHAM and Elizabeth SINGLETARY and Sarah CAIN of Bladen County, North Carolina and Allied Families icon

Descendants of James DRAUGHON of Edgecombe County, North Carolina

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

The EBORNs of Matchapungo., Hyde and Beaufort Counties North Carolina and Allied Families

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

A Tarheel Confederate and His Family icon
ELLIOTT

The ESTES Family of North Carolina icon

Sir Richard EVERARD, Baronet, Governor of the Colony of North Carolina, 1725-1731, and His Descendants in Virginia icon

FESMIRE: A Family History and Genealogy Martin FESMIRE and His Descendants in North Carolina and Tennessee, With Branches in Indiana, Ohio, Mississippi, Texas, and Oklahoma icon

A FINLEY Family History

Thomas THOMPSON & Ann FINNEY of Colonial Pennsylvania & North Carolina...

The Jacob FISHER Family, 1727-1958 icon

A Quest for Enslaved Ancestors: the Extended Family of Griffin FOUNTAIN of Virginia and North Carolina icon

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

Annals of the FOWLER Family, with Branches in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, Mississippi, California and Texas

John FREEMAN of Norfolk County, Virginia: His Descendants in North Carolina and Virginia and Other Colonial North Carolina FREEMAN Families icon

Benjamin FULLER and Some of his Descendants, 1765-1958

Georgia Descendants of Nathaniel POPE of Virginia, John HUMPHRIES of South Carolina and Allen GAY of North Carolina

The CANSLER Family in America: The Ancestors and Descendants of Philip W. GENTZLER of North Carolina

Sold! The GOBBEL Family of Rowan icon

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

John GRADY (1710-1787) of Dobbs and Duplin, With Some of His Descendants

Sold! GRAVES Family History and Genealogy [Pioneer Settlers of Blount and DeKalb Counties, Alabama: John GRAVES, Pioneer and Allied GRAVES Families of Alabama and North Carolina] icon

Robert GRAVES: Ancestors & Descendants [Robert GRAVES of Anson County, NC & Chesterfield County, SC Ancestors & Descendants (ca. 1850-1979); A Branch of the Descendants of Capt. Thomas GRAVES, 1608 Immigrant to Jamestown, VA]

Ezekiel GULLETT and Descendants: North Carolina to Indiana, 1780-1986 icon

American GUTHRIE and Allied Families: Lineal Representations of the Colonial GUTHRIEs of Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, North and South Carolina, Some Post-Revolutionary Emigrants, and of Some Allied Families icon

The HAMILTONs of Burnside, North Carolina and Their Ancestors and Descendants

The HARRINGTON Letters. the James Sprunt Historical Publications, Vol. 13, No. 2 icon

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

HENDERSON and SHOLAR Lineages of Duplin County, North Carolina: Being a Record of the Descendants of William HENDERSON and William SHOLAR of Cypress Creek Township, Duplin County, North Carolina icon

The HENNING Family

The HOFFMANs of North Carolina

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 HUMFLEET FAMILY: The Descendants and Probable Ancestors of William UMPHLET Who Died in Gates County, North Carolina in 1784, with Emphasis on the Kentucky Branch of the Family; Plus Allied Families of SASSER, KIRBY, TUTTLE, SPRINKLE, LANGLEY, CHESNUT, GILBERT, WAGGONER & BASS

Colonists of Carolina in the Lineage of Hon. W. D. HUMPHREY icon

HUNTINGTON Silversmiths, 1763-1885 icon

The History of John HUSON: from North Carolina to Alabama, his HUSON, HUSTON, HOUSTON Descendants, and the Allied Pioneer Families of  CLEPPER, ROBINSON, DENN and GILMORE icon

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

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

Memoirs of Joseph Richard KEMP, Born 1801, Died 1882 icon

The KINNICK Family A Genealogical History of the KINNICK Family of America Descendants of John KINNICK and Ann KINNICK of Davie County, North Carolina

The KIRKLANDs of Ayr Mount 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

My North Carolina Heritage, Vol. 3: Descendants of Henry and Elizabeth LAMB of North Carolina, a Quaker Family Legacy

The LAMBERT - LAMBETH Family of North Carolina

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

My Neck of the Woods: The LEWIS Families of Southeastern North Carolina and Northeastern South Carolina - With CD Containing Web-Style Data

LITTLE - LIVINGSTON: Paths and Memories

Sold! Sketches of Major General Thomas LLOYD of Orange County, North Carolina and Some of His Descendants icon

LOWDER Families in America: Being an Account of the Descendants of the Quakers, John LOWDER, born c. 1738 in North Carolina and his Wife Hannah LOWDER, born c. 1735 in North Carolina

History of LOWDERMILK Family; The Name of LAUTERMILCHE icon

Governor Alexander MARTIN; Biography of a North Carolina Revolutionary War Statesman icon

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

The TYSON & MAY Genealogy of Pitt County

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

The McLENDONs of Anson County [1696-1957] icon

The McDUFFIEs of the Colonial Carolinas

The John Stephen McFADIN Family of North Carolina, Kentucky, Indiana, & Kansas icon

William McGILL of Ireland and North Carolina

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

The MICHAELS Family of Burke County, North Carolina

Descendants Of John MIDDLETON of Onslow County, North Carolina

My North Carolina Heritage, Vol. 5, Colonel Ambrose MILLS, a Soldier in the King's Army during the American Revolution, his Ancestry and Descendants: A Genealogy of the North Carolina Counties of Buncombe, Henderson, Madison, Polk, Rutherford, Yancey, 1650

MITCHELL Families of Haywood County North Carolina

Sold! The MOODY Family of Western North Carolina and Scattered Descendants

The MOORE Families of Anson and Union Counties, North Carolina

A MORRIS Family of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

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

Descendants of John & Mary MORRISON of Rocky River icon

The Search for West MOSLEY - MOSELEY and his Descendants 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

NEWBERRY Immigrant Family: Walter NEWBURY, 1640 - 1697; and Cumberland County, NC Family: John NEWBERRY 1715 - 1770...

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

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

Family History, John PENDERGRASS of Bute County, North Carolina and Lancaster County, South Carolina icon

"Gentlemen" John PERKINS icon

Burrell PERRY Descendants and Ancestors

Descendants of Philomen PHILLIPS of North Carolina and Indiana

Nicholas PITTS Family History Y2K

The POLKs of North Carolina and Tennessee

The PRATT Family of North Carolina & Alabama: Includes Sketches of Allied Families, BEAVERS, HAMPTON icon

History of the REDFEARN Family

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A history of a branch of the Reeb/Reap/Reape/Rape family which emigrated from Northern Alsace in the mid-18th century to York County, Pennsylvania, to Rowan County and Mecklenburg County in North Carolina, and to Lancaster County, South Carolina.

Home Places: Stories of a Carolina Boyhood
ROARK

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

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

Sold! The SHARPs of the Carolinas and Georgia icon

A SHEPPARD Family Census

HENDERSON and SHOLAR Lineages of Duplin County, North Carolina: Being a Record of the Descendants of William HENDERSON and William SHOLAR of Cypress Creek Township, Duplin County, North Carolina icon

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

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

Family Tree Book: Genealogical and Biographical. Listing the Relatives of General William Alexander SMITH and of W. Thomas SMITH icon

Samuel and Elizabeth (Sloan) SNODDY: Pioneers of the North Carolina Piedmont, and Their Children...

SORRELLS Family, Pioneers of Old Buncombe County, North Carolina: Descendants of Joseph and Millie SORRELLS, from 1760 to 2002

Sold! The STANLY (STANLEY) Family and the Historic John Wright STANLY House icon

Profile of a Patriot, John Wright STANLY, Revolutionary War Privateer icon

A History and Genealogical Record of the STEVENSON Family from 1748 to 1898

The STRAIN Family: a Genealogy of the Descendants of Andrew STRAIN, Sr. of North Carolina

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

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

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

The Life of the Pilgrim, Joseph THOMAS, Containing an Accurate Account of His Trials, Travels, and Gospel Labours, Up to the Present Date icon
(1817)

The Iron Duke of the Methodist Itinerancy: An Account of the Life & Labors of Reverend John TILLETT

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

Thomas THOMPSON & Ann FINNEY of Colonial Pennsylvania & North Carolina...

The TYSON & MAY Genealogy of Pitt County

The TYSORs of Old Chatham the Family & Descendents of Lewis TYSOR & Susanna HARRIS, Their Kin & Events of Interest

UPCHURCH Family of England, Virginia & North Carolina

The VANCE Family of Piedmont North Carolina

Francis Preston VENABLE of the University of North Carolina icon

The WALDENSes of Burke County

The WALLs of Walltown, the Known Descendents of James WALL of Anson County, North Carolina

The WATKINS Family of North Carolina

Strangers in the Land: The Story of Jacob WEIL's Tribe

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

Miles WEST, Born 1796, His Children and Grandchildren; with Appendixes Regarding the Allied Families of Doyle BOWDEN and Benjamin WILLIAMS, all of North Carolina and Indiana

From the Yadkin River to West Branch: A History of Thomas and Mary Renshaw WEST and Their Descendants

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

Descendants of Captain John WIGGINS of Martin County, North Carolina

John WILLCOX, 1728-1793 of Chester County, Pennsylvania; Cumberland County, North Carolina & Chatham County, North Carolina icon

The WINDHAM Family of England, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi & Texas

William WISEMAN and the DAVENPORTs: Pioneers of old Burke County, North Carolina

The WOOD Family
Informal memoir and family history tracing the descendants of James Isaac WOOD (born 1782) and his wife Martha. James Isaac WOOD was born in North Carolina and died in Arkansas; he and his wife Martha had nine children. Other geographical locations mentioned include Kentucky, Indiana, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Texas. With family photos, map taped inside rear cover.

Sold! Samuel WOOD, His Seven Sons and Their Descendants: Virginia to North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois and Beyond, 1755-1988 icon

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North Carolina Patriots & Military History 

They Fought; The Story of Franklin County Men in the Years 1861-1865

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

North Carolina Troops, 1861 - 1865: A Roster icon

The Civil War in North Carolina, Volume 1: The Piedmont - Soldiers’ and Civilians’ Letters and Diaries, 1861–1865e

The Civil War Roster of Davie County, North Carolina: Biographies of 1,147 Men Before, During and After the Conflict

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

The Catawba Soldier of the Civil War: A Sketch of Every Soldier From Catawba County, North Carolina, With the Photograph, Biographical Sketch and Reminiscences of Many of Them, Together with a Sketch of Catawba County From 1860 to 1911

The Flags of Civil War North Carolina icon

Touring North Carolina's Revolutionary War Sites icon

Nothing But Blood and Slaughter: The Revolutionary War in the Carolinas icon

Governor Alexander MARTIN; Biography of a North Carolina Revolutionary War Statesman icon

Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774 icon

A Colonial Officer and His Times 1754-1773: a Biographical Sketch of Gen. Hugh WADDELL, of North Carolina icon

The Loyalists in North Carolina During the Revolution

King's Mountain and Its Heroes: History of the Battle of King's Mountain, October 7th, 1780, and the Events Which Led to It icon
"A classic work, by an eminent historian, it is based on material gathered over a forty-year period from survivors of the engagement, their descendants, contemporary narratives, and original documents. It contains extensive sketches, notices, and biographies of the leading figures, including considerable genealogical data.
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The War of the Regulation and the Battle of Alamance, May 16, 1771 icon

The Revolutionary War in the Southern Back Country icon

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

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

Lee's Tar Heels: The Pettigrew-Kirkland-MacRae Brigade icon

Remembering North Carolina's Confederates

The Confederate Reveille Memorial Edition
(1898)

History of the 16th North Carolina Regiment in the Civil War icon

The 25th North Carolina Troops in the Civil War: History and Roster of a Mountain-Bred Regiment icon

Covered with Glory: The 26th North Carolina Infantry at Gettysburg icon

Across the Dark River: The Odyssey of the 56th North Carolina Infantry in the American Civil War icon

The Civil War Letters of W. D. CARR of Duplin County, North Carolina

Memoirs of the American Revolution So Far as It Related to the States of North and South Carolina and Georgia icon

Confederate Memoirs: Alamance County Troops of the War Between the States, 1861-1865

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

HARNETT, HOOPER and HOWE: Revolutionary Leaders of the Lower Cape Fear icon

Some Neglected History of North Carolina: Being an Account of the Revolution of the Regulators & of the Battle of Alamance... icon

Muster Rolls of the Soldiers of the War of 1812 Detached from the Militia of North Carolina in 1812 icon

Clark's Regiments: An Extended Index to the Histories of the Several Regiments and Battalions from North Carolina in the Great War, 1861-65

Roster of Nash County Confederate Soldiers

Hezekiah ALEXANDER and the Revolution in the Backcountry icon

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

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

The Anson Guards, Company C, Fourteenth Regiment, North Carolina Volunteers, 1861-1865 icon

The Civil War Roster of Davidson County, North Carolina: Biographies of 1,996 Men Before, During and After the Conflict icon

Cleveland County in World War II

Anson County in the World War: 1917-1919

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

North Carolina's Role in World War II icon

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Misc.

Roanoke Island Cook Book
(1954)

Illustrations of County Scrip Issued in Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee & Pennsylvania

Touring North Carolina's Revolutionary War Sites 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

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

Dixie Dishes. Rocky Mount Edition. Compiled By the Junior Guild, Rocky Mount, North Carolina

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."

History of Railroading in Western North Carolina

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

Seaboard to Sideboard: A Collection of Recipes from the Junior League of Wilmington, North Carolina

Post Offices and Postmasters of North Carolina: Colonial...

Rough Weather Makes Good Timber: Carolinians Recall icon

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Original STEDMAN Document at Alibris!
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Asheville, NC: A Postcard History Volume II

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