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Bookmarks and NCpedia/ANCHOR logos

Would you like to get handy bookmarks and share NCpedia with your students, colleagues, friends, family, or community group? 

NCpedia has a themed series of bookmarks with images related to popular and interesting topics and places around the state of North Carolina. Please feel free to download, print and share our bookmarks! Bookmarks are intended for personal and educational use. Some images that appear on the bookmarks require permission of the owning collection for further use. Please contact the collection indicated in the image caption for additional information on image re-use.

Click on the image links below to view, download, or print each series

NC State Symbols Bookmark Print PDF
NC Women Bookmark Print PDF
Print NC African Americans Bookmarks

Logos you may use

Feel free to include these logos and links to NCpedia or ANCHOR on websites, class pages, handouts, and more. Right click and save the below images, if using a PC, or Control-click and save if using a Mac.

NCpedia logo   ANCHOR logo

NCpedia URL:


Code to embed: 

To embed an NCpedia logo that links to NCpedia on a web page, copy and paste the code below.

<a href=""><img src="" alt="NCpedia logo"></a>

To embed an ANCHOR logo that links to ANCHOR on a web page, copy and paste the code below.

<a href=""><img src="" alt="ANCHOR logo"></a>



These bookmarks are a great addition to my third grade class for African American History Month as well as studying the landforms for NC! In fact, the entire NCpedia site has been an amazing resource for our third graders! Thank you so much!

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