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Linville Gorge, North Carolina: The Grand Canyon Of The East — Travels with Bibi – North Carolina Thursdays April 16, 2020

Several years ago I traveled to Arizona to see the Grand Canyon, and as expected, it was an amazing and breathtaking sight. I was not alone in my quest to soak in the beauty and natural wonder though as an … Continue reading

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The Virtual Genealogist Is In — North Carolina Collection – North Carolina Thursdays April 9, 2020

Your family tree is just waiting for you to connect the dots. Whether you’re just starting out in genealogy or you’re trying to find that elusive black sheep family member, we are here to help. You have access to resources … Continue reading

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Why is it called Bethania Station Road? — North Carolina Collection – North Carolina Thursdays April 2, 2020

Click on images to see full size where available We love questions. Here is one: “Why is it called Bethania Station Road?” Answer: Because once upon a time in the late 19th / early 20th century, there was a railroad … Continue reading

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New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 30 March 2020

I saw last night on FamilySearch – New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 30 March 2020: New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 30 March 2020: https://media.familysearch.org/new-free-historical-records-on-familysearch-week-of-30-march-2020/. Over 1,100 words. Best to do a search for the … Continue reading

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The Best Places To Get Bubble Tea In Greensboro, North Carolina — The Planking Traveler – North Carolina Thursdays March 26, 2020

Are you looking for the best bubble tea (boba) in Greensboro and North Carolina’s Triad? I’m sharing 4 of my top picks in thist post along with what to order at each one! via The Best Places To Get Bubble Tea … Continue reading

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New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 23 March 2020

I saw last night on FamilySearch – New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 23 March 2020: New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 23 March 2020: https://media.familysearch.org/new-free-historical-records-on-familysearch-week-of-23-march-2020/. Over 1,100 words. Best to do a search for the … Continue reading

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New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 16 March 2020

I saw last night on FamilySearch – New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 16 March 2020: https://media.familysearch.org/new-free-historical-records-on-familysearch-week-of-16-march-2020/. Over 1,100 words. Best to do a search for the country or state to see if has records that may apply … Continue reading

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Burgwin-Wright House in Wilmington, North Carolina — M.A. Kleen – North Carolina Thursdays March 19, 2020

Tour this Colonial-Era home and gardens built atop Wilmington’s oldest jail. Click to expand photos. In its early days as a British colony, North Carolina was perceived as a backwoods territory full of crime, indentured servants, pirates, and other rough … Continue reading

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Marbles Kids Museum, Raleigh – North Carolina Thursdays March 12, 2020

For this week’s North Carolina Thursdays post, I focused on Wake County, North Carolina. A quick check of Raleigh – https://www.visitraleigh.com/listing/marbles-kids-museum/59277/ yielded the Marbles Kids Museum – Raleigh, a museum that includes programs for children with disabilities. Bit longer than … Continue reading

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It’s Almost Time for the 2020 Census — North Carolina Collection

The United States has collected census information every decade since 1790. Therefore, the census is called decennial, meaning recurring every ten years or lasting every ten years. You may also read or hear the word enumerate, which means to establish … Continue reading

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