The North Carolina State Archives will be closed November 11 for the Veterans Day holiday. However, we have several military resources online that you can access while we are closed:
- Learn more about the Military Collection at the NCSA and browse finding aids for military materials.
- Tour the online exhibit “The Old North State and ‘Kaiser Bill'” to learn more about North Carolina’s role in World War I.
- Search the collections of the North Carolina State Archives, the State Library of North Carolina, and the North Carolina Museum of History for materials related to World War I at the website “Wildcats Never Quit: North Carolina in World War One.”
- Read first-hand accounts of the impact of the Civil War on the Futch Family of New Hanover County, N.C., at the North Carolina State Archives Education Resources website.
- Learn about Christmas during wartime at the online exhibit “A Carolina Christmas.”
- Read through the publications of Black Mountain College to learn more about about life at a small liberal arts college in North Carolina during World War II, including the Black Mountain College Community Bulletin from the summer of 1943 which has news from former students and faculty serving in the military.