About Piedmont Trails
Piedmont Trails preserves the past one step at a time. We share our journey with you. The future generations need to know and understand our past and present.
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We offer articles, podcast shows, video presentations, and live stream chat meetings. We present research techniques using proven methods from the past forty years. We offer ground research data and lesser-known material. Our files consist of family lineage, colonial roads, colonial settlements, and more. Our library consists of over 1,000 books and various other materials.
Great Wagon Road Project
Piedmont Trails hopes to have this historic route recognized as a national historic trail. The project began in 2019 and contains tens of thousands of documents portraying the great migration during the mid-18th-century.
Colonial Indentured Servants Project
Piedmont Trails hopes to acknowledge the names and lives of those who were held in bondage during the 17th and 18th-century. The project began in 2020 and has captured thousands of pages holding court records, and ship lists holding the names of so many indentured servants. These lives deserve to be remembered for the future generations. Their stories capture our hearts as we discover so many who sailed under false pretenses to a new land.
Yadkin Valley Railroad Project
Piedmont Trails shares North Carolina’s oldest existing railroad. The project began in 2020 and continues discovering the families and the small towns along this historic rail line.
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