It’s Halloween, which means it’s a good time to remind you to prepare for the Bit Rot Apocalypse.
- “Rocky Mount Mills and Village, c. 1930s [MPF.114]” was added to YouTube this month. The footage shows views of the mill village, local houses, and every-day scenes of community life.
- If you missed the Virtual Family History Fair offered by the State Library of North Carolina and the State Archives, presentation slides are now available online.
- In the North Carolina Digital Collections, items have been added to the World War I and the Troop Returns digital collections.
Several recent posts from our records management blog may be of interest to History For All the People readers:
- Disinterment/Reinterment Permits: One Source Available through the State Archive for Locating a Grave;
- From Moonshine To Microbrews.
In other October news, last week the State Library of North Carolina announced that NCpedia is getting a new look. They invite members of the public to help test the redesigned website and give their feedback.