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Genealogical Research in the North Carolina Collection: Using this Guide

Women stand on the porch of the George Carver library building, September 1690.

For more images like this, visit the Joyner Library Digital Collections database or The Daily Reflector Image Collection.

How to Use This Guide

This guide by no means reflects the extensive research materials available for use, but instead gives a foundation to beginning historical and genealogical research. Researchers will find ways to access microfilm census data, regional newspaper indexes, county and state maps, church records, genealogy journals, and manuscript collections. 

All materials can be found in Joyner Library's North Carolina Collection or electronically.