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Tennessee State Library and Archives Legislative Recording Program

  Background The Tennessee State Library was established in 1854 and combined with the Department of Archives and History in 1919. This unification created the Tennessee State… https://www.statearchivists.org/connect/blog/2018/04/tennessee-state-library-and-archives-legislative-recording-program/

Digital Preservation in North Carolina

As outlined in North Carolina’s General Statutes 132 and 121, the State Archives of North Carolina (SANC) serves dual purposes within the state: to provide guidance concerning the preservation and management of government records to state, county, city, a…
Background As outlined in North Carolina’s General Statutes 132 and 121, the State Archives of North Carolina (SANC) serves dual purposes within the state: to provide guidanc… https://www.statearchivists.org/connect/blog/2017/04/digital-preservation-north-carolina/

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