Guilford County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions documents land transactions, wills, and criminal cases, slave manumissions, Loyalist land confiscations, and the daily workings of early Guilford County. Records contain information on thousands of our early residents, their families and their occupations. Select from any of these time periods: 1781-1790; 1791-1800; 1801-1811.
"View photographs from site visits to North Carolina cultural heritage institutions, during the original NC ECHO project . From 1999-2007, photos were taken of archives, historic houses, museums, libraries and more.
Session laws are the statutes enacted by the legislature during a single session. Digitization of the North Carolina Session Laws from 1817 to 2000 is made possible by the LSTA‐funded grant "Ensuring Democracy through Digital Access." From the State Library of NC.
Reflecting the microfilm holdings of the Government & Heritage Library, the database contains listings for nearly 2,000 unique newspaper titles dating from 1751 to today. Search for titles by specific counties or those surrounding them, city, date or date range, or by a newspaper title. Once a newspaper has been located, users may request the microfilm reels through their local library’s interlibrary loan service.
The Internet's Most Comprehensive Source of U.S. Political Biography (or, The Web Site that Tells Where the Dead Politicians are Buried) Created and maintained by Lawrence Kestenbaum
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