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1. to increase interest in and raise the standards of research and compilation by means of educational programs and publications.
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North Carolina Research: Genealogy & Local History, 2nd Ed.

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North Carolina Research: Genealogy & Local History, 2nd Edition, © 1996. Helen F. M. Leary, CG, FASG, Editor
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This is the updated, revised second edition of the book that set the standard for state research guides with its award-winning 1980 first edition. It is useful for research in nearly every southeastern state that had its legal foundation in common law.

The 1996 edition has been reformatted and re-indexed for greater ease of use, and includes updated information on North Carolina State Archives holdings and finding aids, state and federal records now available for research, a new chapter on personal computers, and a completely revised chapter on research strategies that addresses the needs of both novice and advanced genealogists.

Second Edition, cloth, 620 pp., indexed.

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