LinksThe historians at Interwoven Heritage Services heartily recommend the following service providers:
- Kenneth Eugene Peters Visual Artist, Raleigh, NC
Are you interested in local artists? Check out the website of one of Raleigh's best!
- Genealogist Diane L. Richard and Mosaic Research & Project Management
Over 25 years genealogy and family history research experience. Mostly focused on NC, VA, TN & states from NC to MS (where all those North Carolinians migrated to!) though has researched families coast-to-coast as well as emigrant families from the UK, Finland, Galicia, Poland, Russia, etc. Lineage application support (Society of Cincinnati, Colonial Dames, DAR/SAR, First Families of North Carolina to name a few), African- American research, house histories, and using DNA as a genealogy research tool are other specialty areas. Ready access to NC State Archives & Library, Wake County NC Resources and other RTP-area local libraries & archives (UNC-CH, Duke, ECU etc). Access also to the Library of Virginia (LVA) and all DC repositories (NARA, LOC, etc). Author on Internet genealogy & family history research topics for Internet Genealogy andFamily Chronicle magazines, Upfront with NGS blog editor, 1st VP WCGSand co-editor Wake Treasures, and contributing author to the NCGS Journal. Member: APG, NC-APG, NGS, NCGS, WCGS.
- A/V Geeks
Do you have old family movies to transfer to modern media? The crew at A/V Geeks can take care of all your film and video needs.
We also recommend visiting some of the historic treasures we have in the Raleigh area:
- State Library of North Carolina
- State Archives of North Carolina
- North Carolina Museum of History
- Haywood Hall
- Joel Lane Museum House
- Historic Oak View County Park
- City of Raleigh Museum
- Mordecai Historic Park
- Yates Mill County Park
- Olivia Raney Local History Library
For personal history and oral history, the following organizations provide great resources: