The Raleigh, North Carolina Histories book collection is a group of 10 books that detail the history of Raleigh - primarily in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Many of the books are illustrated; showcasing specific events relating to key points in the history and development of Raleigh during this period as well as details of some of its most important and influential figures.
All the titles contained on this CD are listed below.
- Raleigh, N.C. directory (1917) - 610 pages
- Raleigh city directory (1886) - 166 pages
- Maloney's Raleigh, N.C. city directory (1901) - 252 pages
- The city of Raleigh, N.C. and vicinity (1894) - Ayer, H. W. - 132 pages
- Raleigh; commercial, financial, educational, manufacturing ... the capital city of North Carolina .. (1910) - 55 pages
- Sketches of the early history of the city of Raleigh. Centennial address, fourth of July, 1876 (1877) - Battle, Kemp P. (Kemp Plummer) - 71 pages
- Historical Raleigh. With sketches of Wake County (from 1771) and its important towns; descriptive, biographical, educational, industrial, religious (1913) - Amis, Moses N. (Moses Neal) - 291 pages
- Historical Raleigh from its foundation in 1792; descriptive, biographical, educational, industrial, religious; reminiscences reviewed and carefully compiled (1902) - Amis, Moses N. (Moses Neal) - 230 pages
- Chataigne's Raleigh city directory : containing a general directory of the citizens of Raleigh, together with a complete business directory of the cities of Raleigh, Charlotte, Durham, Fayetteville, Greensboro', Newbern and Wilmington ; also a list of post offices of the states of North Carolina, Virginia and West Va. (1875) - Chataigne, J. H. (J. Henry) - 234 pages
- Who's who in Raleigh; a collection of personal cartoons and biographical sketches of the staunch "trees" that make the "Oak city," (1916) - Goodwin, Adolph Oettinger - 142 pages
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