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Photograph of five teachers from the Palmer Institute, ca. 1900. From the Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum, in the NC Digital Collections.Primary Source Sets and Learning Activities

Digital Public Library of America

Library of Congress

National Archives

Gilder Lehrman Institute Primary Sources

National Humanities Center, TeacherServe

Online Historical Collections -- with a North Carolina historical focus

North Carolina Digital Collections (state government publications and historical archives)

UNC Libraries, Digital Collections

NC State University Libraries Digital Collections

East Carolina University Libraries Digital Collections

North Carolina Digital Heritage Center (local/county historical collections)

UNC Greensboro Digital Collections

North Carolina Museum of History Collections

General Historical Collections

Digital Public Library of America

Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Online Catalog

National Archives Digital Photography Collections

British Library Digital Collections






Hello I am interested in learning more information on the black freemasons and wanted some clarification on some questions that I have in regards to how you are helping the youth be progressive , successful and build future legacies.


Hello Candice,

Here is a link to an NCpedia article about the history of Black Freemasonry in North Carolina:

I also suggest contacting one of their organizations directly to answer your questions. Here is the contact page for the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of North Carolina located in Durham:

Kind regards,

Molly Goldston, SLNC Government & Heritage Library

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