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Currituck County Library has always been committed to the collection and preservation of the histories of the people and places that make up Currituck County. The library is one of the largest repositories of genealogical and historical materials in Eastern North Carolina, and we continue to find new ways to assist patrons with their personal genealogical and historical research pursuits. Here are a few highlights:

  • The library owns over 1,000 titles in its local history and genealogy collection.
  • The library is one of the largest repositories for private genealogical manuscripts and collections in Eastern North Carolina. Finding aids for the collection are available at the Barco and Moyock libraries upon request.
  • The Barco library maintains a paper vertical file and a digital file of our major manuscript collections. Indices are available for consultation in person or via telephone inquiry.
  • The library maintains status as an Affiliate Library of the LDS Church (the largest repository of genealogical materials in the world). As such, researchers may access digital materials from our Barco branch that they may otherwise not have the ability to view elsewhere.

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Our Classes and Clinics page details the courses and services we offer.

The Databases and Pathfinders section is a collection of local data assembled for the convenience of those researching Currituck County.


Whether you are just down the road or halfway across the world, we're happy to help you!