Battle, Kemp. The Early History of Raleigh: The Capital City of North Carolina. Raleigh: Edwards and Broughton, 1893.
Bishir, Catherine W. North Carolina Architecture. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1990.
Bishir, Catherine W., et al. Architects and Builders in North Carolina: A History of the Practice of Building. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1990.
City of Raleigh Planning Department and the Raleigh Historical Properties Commission. An Architectural and Historical Inventory of Raleigh, North Carolina. Raleigh: Division of Archives and History, 1978.
Daniel, Jean Houston and Price Daniel. Executive Mansions and Capitols of America. Waukesha, Wisc.: Country Beautiful, 1969.
Davis, Edward T. and John L. Sanders. A Romantic Architect in Antebellum North Carolina: The Works of Alexander Jackson Davis. Raleigh: The Historic Preservation Foundation of North Carolina, 2000.
Hitchcock, Henry Russell and William Seale. Temples of Democracy: The State Capitols of the USA. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1976.
Lane, Mills. Architects of the Old South -- North Carolina Volume.
Murray, Elizabeth Reid. Wake: Capital County of North Carolina. Raleigh: Capital County Publishing, 1983.
Waugh, Elizabeth C. Raleigh: A History of the Capital City. Raleigh: The Womans Club of Raleigh and the Raleigh Fine Arts Society, 1992.
Ford, Gary D., ed. "A State Capitol's Fiery Past." Southern Living. 23 (June 1988): 48.
Friday, Sarah. "A Capitol Restoration." Southern Living. N.C. Edition (June 1997): 33cl-43cl.
Sanders, John L. "The North Carolina State Capitol of 1840." ANTIQUES, (September 1985): 474-84.
Videos such as The North Carolina State Capitol and slide programs such as Raleigh: The Capital City and The Executive Mansion along with many others, may be borrowed from the North Carolina Museum of History by calling the Audiovisual Loan Service at (919) 715-0200 or visiting the "Educational Services" at www.ncmuseumofhistory.org/
Trail Blazer Magazine for an online magazine for kids with lots of fun activities.
Teaching with Historic Places teachers may download the National Parks Service's Teaching With Historic Places lesson plan entitled "The North Carolina State Capitol: Pride of the State"
North Carolina Facts for "Facts in Brief on North Carolina"
The Governor of North Carolina for Governor Michael F. Easley's official Web site.
North Carolina Department of Public Instruction to watch documentaries about North Carolina history.
North Carolina Office of Archives and History Your gateway to public history in North Carolina.
North Carolina Department of Public Instruction for a "Virtual Visit" of Raleigh and "Carolina Clips" for a digital collection of North Carolina pictures and facts.
State of North Carolina Kids Page The "Kids Page" has many useful resources, and is a service of the Secretary of State's office.
North Carolina General Assembly to learn more about current activities of the legislature.