NC Research Series – Colonial North Carolinians


Colonial North Carolinians – Who They Were and How to Find Them

Helen F. M. Leary, CG, FASG

Audio Lecture via downloadable mp3 file.
Originally recorded 2003. Running time: 57:01

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Colonial North Carolinians – Who They Were and How to Find Them

Mysterious as North Carolina records may seem at first glance, they are nonetheless informative and fairly easy to find. The lecture is an overview of sources and techniques specific to the colony (alternatives to “missing” vital records for example) and its immigration and emigration patterns.

Recorded 28 May 2003, Pittsburg, PA at the NGS Conference “Moving a Nation Westward”,  sponsored by the National Genealogical Society and the Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society.