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THE COLONIAL AND STATE RECORDS OF NORTH CAROLINA

30 Volumes (in 28 books)

COLONIAL RECORDS–10 Volumes   

STATE RECORDS–16 Volumes    

INDEX–4 Volumes (printed in 2 books) 


Under a mandate from the State, William L. Saunders gathered and edited the Colonial Records, bringing together documents from all known sources, including state and public repositories, private collections, and records in London and other European repositories. Walter Clark continued the effort and, in 14 years, gathered, edited, and published the State Records. Stephen B. Weeks indexed the whole, including “every proper name and every proper adjective every time it occurs, and each different connection; to index under each heading to which it can properly be assigned every historical fact that is sufficiently full in itself without the necessity of cross-references.”


In this edition,  the 1790 Caswell County Tax List has been completed, giving (where applicable), person's names,  acres of land, white polls, black polls, stud horses, wheels.  The original edition listed only the “head of the Household.”


A Limited Edition Reprint of 500 Sets




30 Volumes (in 28 books)

$1,500

[ISBN  No. 1-56837-200-0]


Index Only (4 volumes in 2 books) $200 

[ISBN  No. 1-56837-252-3]


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910-686-4816