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NC residents can now get an N.C. Government & Heritage Library Card!

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Online Convenience Premium Content at Your Fingertips! 

 

Online Convenience  Premium Content at your Fingertips! #everythingNC

Online Convenience Premium Content at your Fingertips! #everythingNC

Attention NC Residents! Now you can get an N.C. Government & Heritage Library Card! Sign up today!

To get your library card, sign up here  and email the form to SLNC.reference@ncdcr.gov.

What can you do?

  • If you are a North Carolina resident or a state agency employee, you can apply for a library card and borrow items from our circulating collection. If your library is a member of the NC Cardinal Consortium, you may place a hold on circulating materials and they will be sent to your library.
  • State Library card holders can access many online research databases off site. Check our website  (https://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/ghl/resources/online) to determine access availability. Some databases are only available on site.

How it works:

  • Fill out a library card application and email it to us or bring it in. You will need to present a state issued identification card to complete your registration and receive your library card.

More information:

Additional information may be found in the North Carolina Administrative Code: 07 NCAC 02H .0100-.0109.

North Carolina County of the Week: Anson County, NC

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The North Carolina County of the Week June 7 – June 13, 2015 is Anson County, North Carolina!

Anson County, NC

Anson County was formed in 1750 and located along the South Carolina border.  The county is named after George Lord Anson (1697-1762), then First Lord of the British Admiralty.

For more information on this county on the NC/SC border, follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join the conversation by using hash tag #nccotw. Be sure to also check out our Pinterest board for Anson County where we’ll showcase a range of historic images!

Stay with us this week for snapshots of the people, history, culture,  geography, and natural heritage of Warren County.

We’ll highlight the documentary history and collections of the Government & Heritage Library, our sister agencies in the Department of Cultural Resources, and other heritage institutions throughout the state.

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter and join in the conversation by using the hashtag #nccotw.

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North Carolina County of the Week: Macon County, North Carolina

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Macon County, North Carolina is the NC County of the Week for January 25 – 31, 2015.

 

Macon County, NC

Located in the North Carolina mountains Macon County was formed in 1828 from neighboring Haywood County.  The county is named after Nathaniel Macon, U.S.  senator and the Speaker of the House of Representatives.  Join us this week for a tour of the county, its people, its history, and its natural heritage!

To learn more follow us on Facebook and Twitter.  You can join the conversation or highlight favorites by using the hash tag #nccotw.

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North Carolina County of the Week: Gates County, North Carolina

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Gates County, North Carolina is the NC County of the Week for January 11 – 17, 2015.

Gates County, NC

Situated on the Virginia/North Carolina boarder Gates County was created in 1779. This county in northeastern NC was formed from Chowan, Hertford, and Perquimans Counties.  Its namesake is General Horatio Gates, an American brigadier general in the Revolutionary War who was victorious in the 1777 Battle of Saratoga.

Join us this week for a tour of the county, its people, its history, and its natural heritage!

To learn more follow us on Facebook and Twitter.  You can join the conversation or highlight favorites by using the hash tag #nccotw.

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