A project based at the University of Michigan and funded by a worldwide group of libraries.
As of 1 January 2015, three TCP collections are publicly available: Eighteenth Century Collection Online, Evans Early American Imprints, and Phase 1 of Early English Books Online.
"…a regional archives and research library administered by the State Archives of North Carolina… located in Manteo… Its holdings document the history, development and growth of the North Carolina coast."
"During the Civil War, Union-occupied Roanoke Island… became home to thousands of former slaves. Initially these refugees settled near the Union headquarters, creating a community that included churches and a school. In the spring of 1863, this camp evolved into a government-sanctioned colony. … Although the Roanoke Island freedmen's colony was an experiment of national significance, few people are aware of its history. This site presents an introduction to the colony and the colonial experiment that was conducted there."
The Cape Hatteras National Seashore extends from the town of Nags Head, NC south to Ocracoke Island. Resource preservation efforts are most obvious in the park's miles of undeveloped coastal habitat, but also include several historic sites including three light stations at Bodie Island, Cape Hatteras, and Ocracoke Island.
In 1960, a five-and-dime became the center of change in the civil rights movement Fifty years ago, the F.W. Woolworth building in Greensboro, N.C., stood as a reminder of segregated life in the south. Today, the building stands as a monument to the power of human courage and its ability to bring about social change. The International Civil Rights Center & Museum is more than just a building designed to house historical exhibits and artifacts. It is a place to witness, to experience and to discuss how to affect social change in our own nation and around the world. 134 South Elm Street Greensboro, NC 27401
This site serves as a comprehensive, online archive of documents and history related to the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA). Here you can find the text of the law, legislative history, congressional hearings, Supreme Court cases, federal regulations, policy and advocacy documents and additional information related to the passage of the original ADA and the ADAAA.
(17th, 18th, and 19th Centuries) Currently in Print or Online a bibliography by Licia and Larry Kuenning showing books, pamphlets, letters, and other documents written by members of the Society of Friends during its early and middle periods
In the Benedictine tradition of reverence for human thought and creativity, the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library preserves manuscripts, printed books and art at Saint John's University and undertakes photographic projects in regions throughout the world.