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Collecting Ourselves: An Analysis of holdings in North Carolina libraries of selected categories from the "North Carolina Bibliography"
Despite the Electronic Age’s impact on libraries, blurring the lines between brick and mortar and the Web, the value of collecting locally and regionally focused works remains high. Of equal importance is a deeper understanding ...
Dethroning the Kings of Cape Fear: Consequences of Edward Moseley’s Surveys
There remains a veil of romanticism used in past historiography concerning Edward Moseley that leaves one feeling that he was, as D.H. Hill said, “always on the side of the people.” Arguably, this romanticism has permeated ...
Open Access for Online Scholarship: The Beginnings of Institutional Repositories in North Carolina
(East Carolina University, 2007)
This article surveys the current state of institutional repositories in North Carolina.
Encyclopedia of North Carolina (Review)
(East Carolina University, 2006)
This article reviews the Encyclopedia of North Carolina by William S. Powell.
HUAC Investigates North Carolina: How Federal Documents Can Help Uncover State and Local History
Federal government documents tend to be all too often overlooked when providing general reference assistance, especially on topics involving state and local history. Reasons include the unique and often arcane nature of ...
From “The Lost Colony” to “Unto These Hills”: Outdoor Theatre in North Carolina
Summertime is high season for outdoor dramas, and North Carolina has a rich history of them. Many NC natives have at-tended a production of “The Lost Colony” in Manteo or “Unto These Hills” in ...
The Civil Rights Movement in Greenville and Pitt County: Documenting the Fight for School Desegregation in Greenville/Pitt County
Using documents from the Verona Joyner Langford North Carolina Collection and the East Carolina Manuscript Collection, Patrick Cash will examine the response of North Carolina’s government to the 1954 Brown v. Board ...