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“Civil War Day by Day” draws to an end


The library‚Äôs award-winning four-year project, “The Civil War Day By Day” has reached its end. Using the modern magic of the Internet, Facebook, and Twitter, the blog allowed hundreds of readers each day to experience the Civil War as it unfolded, through the words of the people who were living through it. Read more about the project on the Library’s news blog.

Four Undergrads Receive Library Student Employee Appreciation Award



The UNC Library and the Student Library Advisory Board (SLAB) honored four students with the Student Employee Appreciation Award for 2014/15. Included among the honorees is Wilson’s own Juliana Powell. More details on the Library news blog.

The Hidden Campus: Archaeological Glimpses of UNC in the Nineteenth Century



Over the past twenty years staff and students from UNC’s Research Laboratories of Archaeology have revealed evidence of the early UNC campus through numerous surveys and site excavations. The buried foundations of now-gone buildings and collections of artifacts found at several of these sites recall a quaint era of college and town life that now lies beyond personal memory. All artifacts on exhibit are from the North Carolina Archaeological Collection, UNC Research Laboratories of Archaeology.

On exhibit through June 11, 2015
North Carolina Collection Gallery
Wilson Library
Free and open to the public

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