This week’s State Doc Pick of the Week is an informational pamphlet on bullies. This guide created by the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service provides information to parents on what bullying is and what can be done to stop it. There are also book and internet resources included in this pamphlet.
To see this item in the publication collection click here: http://digital-library.ncdcr.gov/u?/p249901coll22,14291
The Government and Heritage Library has a very broad mission to preserve and facilitate public access to state government information; advance the study, understanding, and appreciation of North Carolina’s cultural heritage; and provide library resources and services that support the operational needs of state government agencies.
Our library collections are equally broad. North Carolina government agencies focus on a variety of topics and services that affect North Carolina; from education to agriculture, licensing boards to transportation, ecosystems to arts. As such, the publications those agencies produce, which are collected and preserved at the Government & Heritage Library, also cover a spectrum of topics. In addition to those documents we have numerous books about North Carolina history, culture, family history research, digital collections and professional development resources for librarians across the state.
An overview of the collections at the Government and Heritage Library is available on our website. Be sure to also peruse our online catalog and digital collections.
Have you visited the online North Carolina Family Records collection recently? An additional 249 bible records were added to the collection yesterday.
The North Carolina Family Records collection is a collaborative project between the North Carolina State Archives and the State Library of North Carolina. It went live in May, 2009 for the National Genealogical Society conference that was held in Raleigh, NC. Records have continued to be added since its launch.
Included in the collection are digitized bible records from the North Carolina State Archives and an obituary index covering several North Carolina newspapers.
The photo of the week is of the Dare County bookmobile taken in Dare county in April of 1950.
To see this item in the digital repository click here: http://digital.ncdcr.gov/u?/p249901coll36,328