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The Spread of Public Libraries: The Community of the Book in North Carolina, 1900-1960
History of the founding of public libraries in North Carolina, from the first one in 1897 to circa 1960
Mollie Huston Lee: Founder of Raleigh's Public Black Library
The establishment of the first black library in Raleigh is described within the context of both North Carolina history and library development in the South.
Libraries and Print Culture in Early North Carolina
Print culture in colonial North Carolina was more robust than most people think. Early North Carolinians soon built up their private collections into sometimes substantial libraries. Studying print through the agency of ...
Books in Tolerable Supply: College Libraries in North Carolina from 1795 to the Civil War
(East Carolina University, 2007)
Abstract: The historical role of college libraries has seldom been investigated on a regional or state level in the United States, but such studies are valuable in explaining the cultural infrastructure of education and ...