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WikiProject North Carolina
WikiProject to help expand the library of North Carolina related works for Wikisource.
Flag of North Carolina

Introduction[edit]

Our project aims to increase the number, and quality, of all works relating to the State of North Carolina, and Province it was before becoming a state.

  • Good sources for this are nc.gov, ncleg.gov, nccourts.gov, oah.nc.goc, digital.ncdpr.gov, and digitalnc.org.
  • Always remember to use source files and index pages for works, not just typing up a new work without providing a proper source, PDF and DjVu files are both accepted.
  • In any text where the long s (ſ) is used in a text, it will be used instead of changing it into a regular s.
  • Edits and revisions to completed texts are always welcome.
  • Sources on various historic newspapers not already in the links above, would be greatly appreciated.
  • Note that The Randolph Tribune and The Courier-Tribune are not yet available due to their copyright status.

Goals[edit]

  • Increase the number of works relating to North Carolina
  • Add digital versions of State Laws, Journals, and Publications, Which are all public domain via N.C.G.S. § 132, and Title 17, U.S.C.

Current Projects[edit]

  • Add the complete collection of the North Carolina Register. (Volume 1, Number 1 in progress)
  • Add the 2018 Edition of the North Carolina General Statutes (In progress)
  • Add the NCAC (North Carolina Administrative Code). (In progress)
  • Add and complete the two volumes from 1751, and 1752 of the Public Acts of Assembly by the Province of North Carolina. (1751 edition in progress)
  • Add volumes of the North Carolina Manual (1874 and 2012 Editions in progress)
  • Add Editions of The Courier, Also known as The Asheboro Courier/Randolph Regulator early on, and The Tribune(Once it becomes public domain), eventually adding The Courier-Tribune as well.(The Courier in Progress)
  • Add the North Carolina Court Reports (Consisting of the North Carolina Reports and North Carolina Court of Appeals Reports)
  • Add the North Carolina Manual, Published from 1874 to 2012.
  • Add the The Colonial and State Records of North Carolina, a 30 volume series published by the State between 1886 and 1905.

Completed Projects[edit]

  • Revise the current NC constitution by creating a source and an index page. (Completed)

To-Do[edit]

Volunteers[edit]

  • Reboot01 - 21:37(UTC), April 25, 2019 — Founder

See Also[edit]