North Carolina State Government

The North Carolina Booklet

The North Carolina Booklet was a numbered and dated series of pamphlets published in Raleigh by the North Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). Begun under the leadership of the society's founder, Mrs. Spier Whitaker, the North Carolina Booklet was intended to develop and preserve North Carolina history by chronicling important events in a monthly publication.

A brief biography of Mrs. Spier Whitaker can be found in Volume XIII, Number 4.

From 1901 to 1905 the North Carolina Booklet appeared monthly, but in 1905 it changed to a quarterly. It continued as a quarterly until 1920, appeared for a year as a semiquarterly, and then was published annually, with one interruption, until 1926, when it ceased operations.

Each year, they compiled the short stories into a single volume, which spanned from May to April in the next year. Topics included the Fundamental Constitutions, the Quakers of Perquimans County, and brief biographies of early leaders, among many others.

Not all have been found by this Author. If they are found, they will be added herein.

Vol. I
1901-1902

Vol. II
1902-1903

Vol. III
1903-1904

Vol. IV
1904-1905

Vol. V
1905-1906

Vol. VI
1906-1907

Vol. VII
1907-1908

Vol. VIII
1908-1909

Vol. IX
1909-1910

Vol. X
1910-1911

Vol. XI
1911-1912

Vol. XII
1912-1913

Vol. XIII
1913-1914

Vol. XIV
1914-1915

Vol. XV
1915-1916

Vol. XVI
1916-1917

Vol. XVII
1917-1918

Vol. XVIII
1918-1919

Vol. XIX
1919-1920

Vol. XX
1920-1921

Vol. XXI
1921-1922

Vol. XXII
1922-1923

Vol. XXIII
1923-1924

Vol. XXIV
1924-1925

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Vol. XXV
1925-1926

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