The North Carolina Genealogical Society invites speakers to submit lecture proposals for the 2018 Speakers Forum to be held 23 June 2018 at the State Archives of North Carolina in Raleigh. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to: Records, history, how-to methods specific to North Carolina Topics relating to states surrounding North Carolina, such … Read more . . .
The January edition of State Archives of North Carolina Accessions is now online, under the Resources menu. The January edition of Journal Jottings is also now online. Under the Publications menu, click on NCGS Journal, then look for “Read the Journal Jottings” on that page.
By Diane L. Richard, NCGS Journal Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org Happy New Year everyone! May your genealogical journey in 2018 be bountiful and enjoyable. Contribution Spotlight I always encourage your submissions to the Journal. In the last issue of Journal Jottings we talked about how you can contribute photos. In this issue, I spotlight a type of … Read more . . .
Registration is now available for the January live webinar (members only) with Judy Russell, and the February encore recorded webinar with Diane Richard, which is available to the public for a 3 day weekend. Both are listed under Upcoming Events on the Home page.
The NCGS Journal Vol. 43, No. 4 (Nov 2017) is now available online. Under the Publications menu, select NCGS Journal. On the page that opens, use the “Read the Current Issue” link.
The Awards Committee is pleased to present the winners of its 2017 NCGS Awards that honor outstanding contributions to the North Carolina genealogical community. The Award for Excellence in Periodical Publishing for a newsletter published by a local North Carolina genealogical society recognizes the Albemarle Genealogical Society Newsletter, published by the Albemarle Genealogical Society and … Read more . . .
The Wake County Genealogical Society (WCGS) sponsored Anna Killian, a student in the North Carolina State University Public History program, to attend the 2017 NCGS Fall Conference. With the assistance of Dr. Craig Friend, Humanities and Social Sciences Distinguished Graduate Professor of History and Director of Public History at NCSU, the WCGS solicited applications from … Read more . . .
The November edition of State Archives of North Carolina Accessions is now online, under the Resources menu. The November edition of Journal Jottings is also now online. Under the Publications menu, click on NCGS Journal, then look for “Read the Journal Jottings” on that page.
By Diane L. Richard, NCGS Journal Editor, email@example.com Happy fall everyone! To help everyone enjoy this delightful time of year, and in preparation for Thanksgiving and beyond, this issue is short and sweet! Contribution Spotlight I am always encouraging your submissions for the Journal. In the last issue of Journal Jottings we talked about how … Read more . . .
The North Carolina Genealogical Society is delighted to present: Craig R. Scott, MA, CG, FUGA “Finding a North Carolina Revolutionary War Ancestor” This recorded Webinar will be freely available to the public from 1-3 December 2017 (12 am Friday to 12 pm Sunday, EST). (The live webinar was originally presented on 21 Nov 2014.) The handout … Read more . . .