My work continues, now passing 28,278 pages, researching North Carolina Revolutionary War history. From this research, I photograph and transcribe original records out of the State Archives (Raleigh), and then publish these records in book form. These county and state records have never been published before, including county, superior, and district court records. My transcription process is different than most. I include a photo of the original document, and then transcribe only the specific information relative to the topic. This is indexed and cataloged for quick searching. In addition I will include maps from the time period as well as modern maps if I can locate a specific locale. This was accomplished for some of the road, bridge, mill, ferry, and ordinary (Taverns) records. To summarize, there are county records, state records, and history books pertaining to Mills and the American Revolution in NC – in my collection.
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