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Welcome to the SA of NC Civil War 150 blog
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.
The State Archives of North Carolina Civil War Sesquicentennial Timeline (PDF) is now available.
Note: all posts and comments on this website are public records.
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As you may have noticed, the State Archives of North Carolina launched a new website last week. You can read the announcement on our main blog for information on specific things that have changed and how the new site is … Continue reading
The next lecture in our ongoing Civil War Sesquicentennial lecture series sponsored by the Archives and Records Civil War 150 Committee will be held on August 8th in the second floor conference room (formerly our computer lab) at 10:30 AM. The … Continue reading
Last week, I wrote about the change in location for my August 8th talk on online resources related to the Civil War available from the State Archives. Since then, a few things have happened including the blogger for the News … Continue reading
If you remember back to when the Archives Civil War 150 committee first posted the dates and topics for the May, August, and November Civil War lectures then you’ll probably know that my talk on Online Civil War Resources from … Continue reading
Over the last few weeks, I’ve posted links to a group of sneak peeks for a project we were working on (if you haven’t seen any of them, here are part 1, part 2, part 3, and part 4). I … Continue reading
I was looking for something else in our Flickr account and came across where our Non-Textual Materials Archivist, Kim Cumber, has put together a set of Civil War related photographs from our collections. If you aren’t familiar with Flickr or … Continue reading
[Apologies for the non-Civil War 150 related post, but today’s post comes from the Communications Team of the State Portal Advisory Committee] The State of North Carolina is redesigning its main website (www.nc.gov) and is seeking public input. We want … Continue reading