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The Pitt County Historical Society, Inc., offers the following publications:

The Historic Architecture of Pitt County, North Carolina. Scott Power, Editor, 1991.

Mr. Power, of the Eastern Branch of North Carolina Archives and History, based this beautiful book on his architectural survey of the county and showcases the work with many fine photographs and historical/ genealogical background. The jacket features a painting of Penny Hill by renowned artist Francis Speight. Hard cover. Sorry,No Longer Available

Chronicles of Pitt County, Volume I. Pitt County Historical Society, Elizabeth Copeland, Editor, 1982, reprinted 2003.

Containing 888 pages of community and family articles, the Chronicles is a treasure house of genealogical information submitted by family members and local historians. Hard cover; 9" x 12"; black with embossed gold seal. ($50 + $3.50 tax and $6 shipping)

Chronicles of Pitt County, Volume II. Pitt County Historical Society, Sandra Hunsucker, Executive Editor, 2005.

Volume II, which contains 1,056 pages of additional community and family articles, serves as a companion to Volume I. Hard cover; 9" x 12"; black with embossed gold seal. ($50 + $3.50 tax and $6 shipping)

Cemetery Survey of Pitt County, North Carolina--Book One and Book Two (sold as set). Compiled by William "Bill" B. Kittrell, 2007. Over 800 cemeteries are included in the two volumes, more than 1700 pages.
--SOLD OUT IN 2011--


Cemetery Survey Volume One PDF download

Cemetery Survey Volume Two PDF download

"Penny Hill" poster

Reproduction of Francis Speight's oil painting of Penny Hill's Doctor's Office, also featured on the jacket of The Historic Architecture of Pitt County, North Carolina. The site is located on Hwy. 33 West in Pitt County. Poster dimensions: 28" high x 24.5" wide. ($15 + $3.50 shipping)

NOTE: To eliminate shipping costs, local residents may buy and pick up Chronicles I and II and the Historic Architecture books at the Humber House, corner of Washington and Fifth Streets in Greenville, at UBE (University Book Exchange), 510 Cotanche Street in Greenville, or at Woodside Antiques and the May Museum, both on Main Street in Farmville.

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Additional Pitt County historical publications not published by the Pitt County Historical Society are available here.