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Journal Jottings, May 2019

By Diane L. Richard, NCGS Journal Editor, journaleditor@ncgenealogy.org NCGS Journal Supplements We hope you enjoyed and found value in the January-February-March 2019 edition of the NCGS Journal, which was subtitled “Celebrating Late 19th and Early 20th Century Women.” There was more material created for this edition of the Journal than could be accommodated in the … Read more . . .

Journal Jottings, September 2019

By Diane L. Richard, NCGS Journal Editor, journaleditor@ncgenealogy.org It sure has been a hot summer here in the Carolinas! Hopefully when not vacationing, attending family reunions or other celebratory events, or just trying to stay cool, you’ve been able to advance your research. NCGS 2019 Fall Conference At the NCGS Fall Conference in November I … Read more . . .

Journal Search by Name

This compilation index covers the NCGS Journal from 1975 through 2022 (3rd quarter), currently with almost 363,000 names. On tablet and mobile devices, part of the record is collapsed to save screen space. To see the full record (including Journal information), use the + icon in the first field of the record to expand that … Read more . . .

Journal Search by Place

This compilation index covers the NCGS Journal from 1975 through 2022 (3rd quarter), currently with over 48,000 entries. Enter any search term in the Search field (top right above table), sort by Place or Volume/Issue using the triangle icon beside the column heading, or use the field just below the column heading to filter, or … Read more . . .

Latest NCGS Journal & Supplement are Available Online

We are excited to release our latest journal: Volume 45 Number 3 . This journal’s theme is “Sailors, Seafarers, Mariners, and More.” “Sailors, seafarers, mariners – or however you refer to someone who plied a business via a waterborne vessel – have been a constant and vital part of history. Depending on your time-period of … Read more . . .

“Let’s Get Lost In Ledgers: So Much Genealogically Relevant Information Waiting To Be Discovered (Part 5)” is now available online for all NCGS Members.

Editor’s Message After the exploration of one more general store ledger (William Britton), it is now time to explore the extant small business ledgers for other types of local businesses. We’ll first consider “liquor” ledgers. Your editor’s love affair with ledgers started with Henry Reid’s surviving Burke County records. We’ll then examine the ledger of a … Read more . . .

List of Journal Articles

Updated through Vol 49 (2023) No 2 Search, page fit, download, and fullscreen options are available on the tool bar above the PDF.

NCGS Journal Articles

This comprehensive list of NCGS Journal articles is complete through Volume 49 (2023), Issue No. 2. On tablet or mobile device, tap the + symbol in the Last Name field to show Journal information. Enter any search term in the Search field (top right above table), sort by Article Title or Volume/Issue using the triangle … Read more . . .

NCGS Journal Extra Supplements

In preparing to publish issues of the North Carolina Genealogical Journal, content was acquired from authors or created by volunteers above and beyond what could be included physically in the journal. Instead of languishing on the journal editor’s laptop and unavailable to researchers, this extra content is now available to NCGS Members via this Members-only … Read more . . .

NCGS Journal Highlight: North Carolina Insane Asylum

North Carolina Insane Asylum in Raleigh – Wake & Vance Counties (c. 1856-1889) Introduction by Diane L. Richard NCGS Journal 43, no. 1 (Feb 2017): 32 The Raleigh Insane Asylum, later known as Dorthea Dix hospital, began admitting patients in 1856. The transcribed records featured in this journal article were found in the Eugene Grissom Papers … Read more . . .