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Below is a list of programs that are available at no charge to any interested organization.
Please contact us if you would like to schedule a program or if you would like to find out more about this service. We design new programs all the time, so you may request a topic in Charlotte Mecklenburg History, and we will tell you if our resources will support it.
- Are You Stumped?
- Digging for Roots
- Genealogy 101: Getting Started
- Genealogy on the Internet
- Business History of Charlotte
- Carolina Outlaw Baseball League
- Carolina Pirates!
- Charlotte at the Turn of the 20th Century
- Charlotte: How We Used to Look
- Historic Gardens of the Carolinas from the Colonial Period to the 20th Century
- The Lost Colony
- Mecklenburg County in the Revolutionary War
- Mecklenburg County Poor House and County Home, 1830-1970
- The Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence: Our Tradition
- Native Americans of the Carolina Piedmont
- Reconstruction in Charlotte (1865-1877): Two Men, Two Views
- They Came to Carolina: Colonial Migration
- A Lifetime of Service: The Story of Dr. Annie Alexander
- Harry Golden: Activist & Journalist
- Jane Wilkes: Visionary for Hospital Care
- Camp Greene, 1917-1919
- Development of Plaza-Midwood
- Myers Park Neighborhood
- Who is Sharon? Naming Charlotte’s Streets
- The Charlotte Mint: Its History and Significance
- Conducting an Oral History
- "Don't Throw That Away! When I Downsize, This Goes to the Carolina Room."
- Historic Preservation 101
- Online Auctions (i.e., eBay)
- Preserving Family Papers & Photographs
- Researching Your Neighborhood History
310 N. Tryon St.
Charlotte, NC 28202