North Carolina laws from 1817 to 1871 now online

A year ago I posted about the big joint ECU/UNC/State/Legislative libraries project to digitize and publish 750,000+ pages of NC historical records.

We’ve got a batch of old laws online now — laws, public laws and private laws volumes from 1817 through 1871-72 are now up. In most cases you can get at them in multiple formats (Read Online, PDF, B/W PDF, EPUB, Kindle, Daisy, Full Text, and DjVu) at the link below. I’ll see if we can get these in some form to search across all the volumes.  For now, enjoy.

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1817)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1818)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1819)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1820)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1821)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1822)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1823)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1824)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1825)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1826)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1827)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1828)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1829)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1830/31)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1831/32)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1832/33)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1833/34)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1834/35)

The laws of North-Carolina  (Volume 1835)

Laws of the State of North Carolina,  (Volume 1836/37)

Laws of the State of North Carolina,  (Volume 1838/1839)

Laws of the State of North Carolina,  (Volume 1840/41)

Laws of the State of North Carolina,  (Volume 1842/43)

Laws of the State of North Carolina,   (Volume 1844/45)

Laws of the State of North Carolina,   (Volume 1846/47)

Laws of the State of North Carolina,   (Volume 1848/49)

Laws of the State of North Carolina,   (Volume 1850/51)

Laws of the State of North Carolina,   (Volume 1852)

Private laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1854/55)

Public laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1854/55)

Private laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1856/57)

Public laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1856/57)

Private laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1858/59)

Public laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1858/59)

Private laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1860/61)

Public laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1860/61)

Public laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1861)

Private laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1862/63)

Public laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1862/63)

Public laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1863)

Private laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1864/65)

Public laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1864/65)

Private laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1865/66)

Public laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1865/66)

Private laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1866/67)

Public laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1866/67)

Public laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1868)

Private laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1868/69)

Public laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1868/69)

Private laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1869/70)

Public laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1869/70)

Private laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1870/71)

Public laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1870/71)

Public laws of the State of North-Carolina,   (Volume 1871/72)

Private laws of the State of North-Carolina,  (Volume 1871/72)

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One Response to North Carolina laws from 1817 to 1871 now online

  1. Jim Laughrun says:

    In trying to determine what North Carolina laws are on-line, there seems to be a gap between 1790 and 1817. The Documenting the American South site has laws published in the Colonial and State Records of North Carolina to 1790. Your site begins listing with 1817.
    I’ve found nothing in between. Can you tell me if there is a source that I have overlooked or if there are plans to fill in that gap?
    All of these sites are great, and make research so much easier. Have saved me untold trips and time in the Wake Forest library.
    Cordially,
    Jim Laughrun
    Retired Managing Editor
    Winston-Salem Journa.

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