The Charlotte campus of the culinary school made 15 decorative cakes for display at Library locations throughout December.
Two exhibits at Charlotte Mecklenburg Library branches explore the Middle Passage and the post-Civil War life for African-Americans.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library takes you back in time with these books spanning the 18th through 20th centuries.
With the largest collection of genealogical materials in a North Carolina public library, the Carolina Room offers new and virtual hours.
Opened in 2003, the Sugar Creek branch of Charlotte Mecklenburg Library tuns 15 today.
The Carolina Room at Charlotte Mecklenburg Library helped prove a resident's ancestry with the help of an 18th-century Bible
CultureGrams provides brief reports on each country, discussing land, history, people, customs, lifestyle, society, and government. This resource also has a separate section for kids, reports on the U.S. states, and Canadian provinces. Includes maps, statistics, photographs, biographical information, and a few representative recipes.
Credo is an easy-to-use tool for starting research. Gather background information on your topic from hundreds of full-text encyclopedias, dictionaries, quotations, and subject-specific titles, as well as 500,000+ images and audio files and over 1,000 videos.
Traveling exhibit on North Carolina during World War I arrives at the Carolina Room at the Main Library on August 30.
The Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room, a department in the Main Library, houses historical and current information on Charlotte, Mecklenburg County and North Carolina. It contains genealogical resources from all fifty states in print and online - the largest collection of genealogical materials in a North Carolina public library!