Did you know the NC State Archives writes a really nifty little blog entitled History for all the People?
They discuss ongoing projects at the archives, upcoming events, how to do things, find things, and all sorts of other interesting news.
I subscribe to it, so it lands in my email box each time a new post is available.
I've found it enormously helpful in learning how to find things at the archives, available resources (things off the beaten path), and loads of other cool things.
Check it out!
When I was about 10 years old, my father and I sat at the kitchen table and drew a family chart with a chewed and nubby old #2 pencil and a sheet of notebook paper. I still have that paper, yellowed and creased. It was the start of a life long hobby and one of the greatest gifts my father gave me. I study the Allen family of Wake County, NC, the Davis family of Granville County, NC, the Stancil and Johnson families of Johnston County, NC and all their collateral lines.
December 29, 2014
History for all the People - NC State Archives Blog
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