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A&T History
Information about the history of A&T, including significant milestones by year.
Located in Services / University Archives
Aggie Pride Photo Gallery is a collection of sundry photographs that depict campus life at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University during earlier years.
Located in Services / University Archives
Digitized programs from past North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University commencement ceremonies.
Located in Services / University Archives
This collection contains bibliographies, abstracts and full texts of research journal articles, book chapters, presentations, course notes, learning objects, data sets, and other digital asserts generated by the diverse faculty for all the schools and colleges of the University.
Located in Services / University Archives
Inventory of the A&M and A&T College Bulletins (1898-1936)
Inventory of the Agricultural and Mechanical College Bulletins (1898-1915) and the Agricultural and Technical College Bulletins (1915-1936) located in the University Archives at NC A&T SU's F.D. Bluford Library.
Located in Services / University Archives
Inventory of the Dr. George Simkins, Jr. Collection
Description of the physical holdings of the Dr. George Simkins, Jr. Collection located in the University Archives at NC A&T SU's F.D. Bluford Library.
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Inventory of the Margaret Tynes Collection
Inventory of the Margaret Tynes Collection located in the University Archives at NC A&T SU's F.D. Bluford Library.
Located in Services / University Archives
North Carolina Archives Week: Connecting You to the Past
Connecting you to the past is the theme of North Carolina Archives Week, October 4th-10th, 2010, which is being celebrated this week at F.D. Bluford Library Archives and throughout the State.
Located in Events
The North Carolina Runaway Slave Advertisements project provides online access to all known runaway slave advertisements (more than 2300 items) published in North Carolina newspapers from 1751 to 1840. These brief ads provide a glimpse into the social, economic, and cultural world of the American slave system and the specific experience within North Carolina. Working from microfilmed copies of these rare publications, the project team scanned the ads to provide digital images, create full-text transcripts and descriptive metadata, and develop a searchable database. The NCRSA website includes digital scans of the ads, contextual essays to address their historical research value, full text transcripts, an annotated bibliography to aid researchers, and a searchable database.
Located in Services / University Archives
Presidents & Chancellors
The presidents and chancellors of the University, from 1892-present.
Located in Services / University Archives