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Triad History Day: Saturday, April 6, 10AM - 3PM

Join us for the first annual Triad History Day on Saturday, April 6, 2019, from 10AM until 3PM, at the Greensboro History Museum (130 Summit Ave, Greensboro, NC 27401). Triad History Day is a one-day public festival focused on Triad history, both the stories and the people who preserve them. The event will feature a “history hall” with displays from history organizations, a series of lightning round talks focused on local history, as well as booths focused on oral history, preservation advice, and digitization of community materials.





TriadHistory is a collaborative effort of libraries and museums in the Piedmont Triad region of North Carolina who have joined to provide access to digital collections of materials related to the history of the region. We are in the process of developmg a collaborative web portal that will bring together our collections to make them more accessible to users.


Triad History collections

Aggie Digital Collections (N.C. A&T State University)
Yearbooks, photos, newspapers, bulletins and catalogs.


Architecture: Greensboro
N.C. State University architecture digital collection.


Digital Forsyth
Documenting Winston-Salem and Forsyth County through historical photos.

Digital NC
Newspapers, yearbooks, memorabilia and more.


Friends Historical Collection (Guilford College)
Documenting the history of Guilford College and the Quaker community in Greensboro.


High Point Museum Online Collections
Search collections database, view online exhibits, and flip through local newspapers and city directories.


North Carolina Digital Collections
Collections from the State Library and State Archives of North Carolina.


North Carolina Maps: Guilford County
From the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


North Carolina Postcards: Guilford County
From the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


UNCG Digital Collections
Local history collections from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.


WSSU Archives Digital Collection (Winston-Salem State University)
Collections documenting the university and beyond.


ZSR Library Digital Collections (Wake Forest University)
A wide variety of collections on many aspects of community and church history.


Related material

Digital Library on American Slavery


North Carolina Literary Map



Our growing list of past and present project partners include:

The project is hosted by the Electronic Resources and Information Technology Department of the UNCG University Libraries.