The North Carolina Genealogical Society has need of volunteers to help manage the NCGS booth at the NGS 2016 Family History Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. If you'll be attending the conference, please consider volunteering some of you time to help NCGS.
Available time slots may be viewed on our NGS 2016 Conference Volunteers page.
You may wish to compare these open slots with the schedule posted on the NGS 2016 Family History Conference website to help determine a time you could help.
The latest issue of the NCGS Journal is now available online to members. On the top menu bar, go to Publications>NCGS Journal, then choose NCGS Journal, 2015-2019 on that page.
The printed copy should be mailed out within a few weeks.
Would you like to contribute to the NCGS Journal? The Journal Editor is providing various documents for transcription to volunteers interesting in contributing.
We have a new page listing the current documents available, with sample images. Under the Publications tab on the main menu, look under "NCGS Journal", then click on the "NCGS Journal Transcription Projects" menu item. Further information is on the page, with a link to the Volunteer Form.
This page will be constantly evolving as projects are assigned and new ones are added.
The latest issue of NCGS News, Jan 2016, is now available online under the Publications tab.
In addition, the latest installment of the "Tools of the Trade" series (as featured in NCGS News), Burke County, North Carolina, Research, is also now available under the Resources tab.
The latest issue of NCGS News, Nov 2015, is now available online under the Publications tab.
In addition, the latest installment of the "Tools of the Trade" series (as featured in NCGS News), Anson County, North Carolina, Created From Bladen County in 1750, is also now available under the Resources tab.