Calendar of State Papers – A little known resource that can be a treasure trove

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Calendar-of-State-PapersThe following are much like the Colonial and State Records of North Carolina, however, these are British records. They are relating specifically to people, places and events from the Crown’s perspective during the early colonial era.

Documents Relating to the Settling of Virginia (a portion of which later became identified as Carolina, and presently, North Carolina)

Calendar of State Papers: America and the West Indies 1574-1660

Calendar of State Papers: America and the West Indies 1675-1676, also Addenda 1574-1674

Calendar of State Papers: America and the West Indies 1677-1680

Calendar of State Papers: America and the West Indies 1685-1688

Calendar of State Papers: America and the West Indies 1689-1692

Calendar of State Papers: America and the West Indies Jan 1693- 14 May 1696

Calendar of State Papers: America and the West Indies 15 May 1696-31 Oct 1697

Calendar of State Papers: America and the West Indies 27 Oct 1697-31 Dec 1698

Calendar of State Papers: America and the West Indies 1699, also Addenda 1621-1698

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