Explore East Carolina’s history from its founding to the present to learn more about the events that have shaped our institution.
Provides access to articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics, including the arts, business, culture, history, law, natural resources, public policy, tourism, and travel.
These combined holdings include over 2,000 collections of primary source material such as letters, diaries, photographs, oral histories, maps, and records that document the history of North Carolina, rural health care, worldwide military events, student life, and official East Carolina University operations.
Joyner Library’s Special Collections division has created this website to tell the story of East Carolina University’s journey in the pursuit of civil rights.
Read the earliest explorations of the Carolina coast (originally bearing the name of Virginia) by English mariners, soldiers, and colonists.
The Eastern North Carolina Digital Library contains fiction and non-fiction books, museum artifacts, maps and educational material pertaining to the rich cultural history of the 41 eastern North Carolina counties.
Transcribed from the original manuscript returns for the 1900 census of Pitt County, this database provides socio-economic reports and aggregate census data for Pitt County from census reports published in 1900/1910.
This digital history exhibit is a recreation of an exhibit, entitled Day of Infamy: 1941 –2001, that was displayed in the Manuscripts and Rare Books Department of Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina.
Focusing on Eastern North Carolina, these exhibits explore the rich history of our area through letters, photographs, news articles, broadsides, pamphlets, and many other digitized resources.
To document that commitment to service, the University Archives in partnership with Digital Collections seeks to collect and document the images and stories of those who have served.