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North Carolina Civil War 150 is a space for collecting all news, events, and observances related to the American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration at the State Archives of North Carolina.
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Tag Archives: Pasquotank County
Northeastern North Carolina, the area east of the Chowan River and north of the Albemarle Sound, fell to Union occupation during the Burnside Expedition in February 1862. The subsequent 22 months devolved into raids by Confederate forces, cavalry expeditions by … Continue reading
Part III In a previous post I mentioned my request to process two cartons of miscellaneous Pasquotank County records, citing my interest in both the county and the period the records covered. I told you about an exciting find in … Continue reading
[To read the first part of this series of blog posts on Pasquotank County miscellaneous records, go here.] Unprocessed records from any Clerk of Court usually come to us in the filing system adopted by the clerk’s office. This material … Continue reading
The State Archives stores records in four separate buildings: the Archives stacks, the Government Record Center, the old Records Center (Historical Publications building), and the Blount Street Annex (BSA). The latter of these storage facilities houses voluminous amounts of materials … Continue reading