Wayne County
Pronunciation: WAIN
Seat: Goldsboro
Formed: 1779
Named After: Anthony Wayne
About Wayne County
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Acceptance and unveiling of the statue of Charles Brantley Aycock. Presented by the state of North Carolina.
Author: United States Congress (72nd, 1st session : 1931-1932)
Date: 1932

Goldsboro and its government : from the beginning to the present time / by Lionel Weil
Author: Weil, Lionel
Date: 1923

Goldsboro centennial celebration : official souvenir program
Author: Goldsboro (N.C.)
Date: 1947

The Goldsboro Township schools; a cooperative survey report
Author: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. School of Education
Date: 1956

Goldsboro, the gate city of eastern North Carolina
Author: Goldsboro Chamber of Commerce
Date: 1923

History of Wayne county. Address by Judge Frank A. Daniels, at opening of Wayne county's new court house, November 30, 1914. Exercises incident to the occasion
Author: Daniels, Frank Arthur, 1858-
Date: 1914

Industrial and historical issue of the Mt. Olive Tribune, Mount Olive, Wayne County, N.C.
Author: Mount Olive tribune (Mount Olive, N.C.)
Date: 1907

Mrs. G.I. Joe
Author: Baker, Blanche Egerton, 1884-
Date: 1951

Ready reference directory of Nahunta, Hood Swamp, Oakland and New Hope Friends Meetings
Author: unknown
Date: 1936

A Short historical sketch of the First Presbyterian Church of Goldsboro, North Carolina
Author: First Presbyterian Church (Goldsboro, N.C.)
Date: 1951

Soil survey of Wayne County, North Carolina
Author: Derrick, Bruce Barger, 1886-
Date: 1916

War-time reminiscences and other selections
Author: Hollowell, James Monroe, 1840-1912
Date: 1939

Wayne County. Twelve North Carolina Counties in 1810-1811. North Carolina Historical Review VI
Author: Slocumb, Jesse
Date: 1929