Genealogy Roundup

Are you looking to improve your research skills or participate in more genealogy education? The NCGS Virtual Conference may be the perfect way to learn new skills and take one step forward towards becoming a better genealogist. It will be held online on March 13-14. We hope you’ll join us and register today!

The¬†People Not Property¬†project at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro is “leading towards a unique, centralized database of bills of sales indexing the names of enslaved people from across North Carolina.” Click here to learn more about individuals involved in the project and progress that has been made.

The latest issue of the NCGS Journal is live. To access, sign into your member account and click on Publications>NCGS Journal. You won’t want to miss this issue on Toll Roads, Bridges, and Ferries.

North Carolina’s State Archives military archivist was recently interviewed about World War II military camp newsletters that the archives are digitizing. Watch an interesting interview to learn more about life on the home front.