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An interactive map that plots significant places and actions during the American Revolution. The map is an ongoing project to encapsulate interrelated sites, commanders, military units, troop movements, weather conditions, and source documentation into one coherent user interface. Troop movements can be plotted on a daily basis. The map is particularly effective in showing simultaneous historical events.
Last Updated: 23 September 2016
The Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room, a department in the Main Library, houses historical and current information on Charlotte, Mecklenburg County and North Carolina. It contains genealogical resources from all fifty states in print and online - the largest collection of genealogical materials in a North Carolina public library!
Last Updated: 5 December 2017
The North Carolina Digital Heritage Center is a statewide digitization and digital publishing program housed in the North Carolina Collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Last Updated: 2 October 2016
Genealogy Gophers provides you with access to one of the world’s largest collections of online, searchable, genealogy-only books and other family history publications. And it’s growing all the time. It currently contains more than 80,000 digitized family histories, regional and local histories, genealogy magazines and how-to books, gazetteers, newsletters, and medieval histories. Through our partnership with FamilySearch we expect the GenGophers library to grow to more than 120,000 genealogy-only books by the end of 2015.
Last Updated: 13 December 2017
Free, easy-to-use genealogy website features thousands of databases, research tools, and other resources to help those with Jewish ancestry research and find family members.
Last Updated: 6 October 2016
The world's largest source of searchable family heirlooms, JustaJoy brings people together with artifacts from their families' pasts.
Last Updated: 5 October 2016
This web application plots gravesites of Patriots of the American Revolution, 1775-1783. It is an ongoing project to include all such gravesites. Original sources are referenced, and when possible, directly viewable.
Last Updated: 2 October 2016
This site is dedicated to celebrating the lives and contributions made by the brave men and women who fought or lived in the South during the American Revolution and making their eye-witness accounts freely available in this searchable database. Currently 240 Roster Transcriptions and 21,309 Pension Applications or Bounty Land Claims have been posted here.
Last Updated: 28 September 2016
J. Murrey Atkins Library Department of Special Collections and University Archives is dedicated to connecting people with the knowledge available in unique and rare resources. We work to preserve and share the history and culture of UNC Charlotte and the Charlotte region. Our collections include manuscripts (the personal archives of individuals and families as well as those of local organizations), the university's records, rare and unique books, maps, and oral history recordings.
Last Updated: 5 December 2017