This section lists the state-wide associations from Black Heritage to Jewish giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The society is one of the oldest African Heritage associations in America. Its aims are to preserve documents and artefacts relating to African-American and African descendant's history and accomplishments and to record, retain and interpret historical facts.Website:
The association was established in 1975 by people wishing to trace their families and finding it difficult to trace them.
Their membership has grown to over 500, with members from United States, Canada and Mexico.
Their aims are to preserve genealogical records, to research and publish these findings and to promote the development of libraries. They also wish to acquire library materials to conduct accurate genealogical research.
Many of the Society's documents are available in Greenville Public Library. These documents include:
Many publications are available for sale, which comprise:
Publications available for sale also incorporate:
The association was established in 1822. Many resources relating to the history of the State can be accessed, which incorporate:
A Master List of Finding Aids is available on the site, which lists the Manuscript Collections by subject.
The Graphics Collection includes:
Their Printed Collection dates from 1589 and includes:
It is possible to search this collection using NETOP, the Library's on-line catalogue.
Many resources are accessible, which comprise:
Some Photographs are also on the site.