The Vance Birthplace and the University of North Carolina Asheville are partnering to offer a free symposium examining the complicated legacy of our state’s Civil War governor. Zebulon Vance was a prominent figure in North Carolina for four decades and was never anything less than controversial. The story of Vance is one of both a hero and a scoundrel. It is the story of a person who won major victories for the people he represented, but also benefitted from an unjust, exploitative economic system that affects us even today.
H-NC seeks to serve North Carolina’s diverse history communities by encouraging interaction and providing an outlet for the exchange of ideas.
Join the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources’ State Library of North Carolina, State Archives of North Carolina, and Historic Oakwood Cemetery for a book talk and signing given by Historic Oakwood Cemetery authors Robin Simonton and Bruce Miller in the auditorium of the Archives and History/State Library Building at 109 E. Jones Street in Raleigh on Saturday, August 12th at 11:00 a.m. The authors will discuss the history, love and life of Historic Oakwood Cemetery.
Black Communities: A Conference for Collaboration
April 23-25, 2018
Carolina Theatre, Durham, NC
The University of North Carolina (UNC) will host a multi-disciplinary conference to connect academic researchers and community members in efforts to document, preserve, safeguard and enhance the life of Black communities across North America.
The North Carolina Genealogical Society is delighted to present:
Diane L. Richard
“Freedman’s Bureau Records”
An encore presentation!
A free viewing period of the recorded webinar will be 4-6 August 2017.
About the Webinar: