The Huguenot Society of North Carolina

North Carolina Society Gift Items for Huguenots

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Purchase Huguenot jewelry, The National Huguenot Society logo items including the new Pamela Wright charm, grave markers, and genealogical and historical books related to the Huguenots from
The National Huguenot Society store.

Chuck Norton, Jeweler, of Marietta, GA., offers handcrafted Huguenot Cross jewelry as well as Huguenot pins and necklace pendants in a choice of 18K gold, 14K gold, or sterling silver. He also offers a selection of Huguenot earrings, tie tacs/lapel pins, gentlemen's rings, and cufflinks for purchase. To learn more about Churck Norton, himself a Huguenot descendant, click here.

Please Note: although this establishment is not in any way affiliated with either The National Huguenot Society or The Huguenot Society of North Carolina it does support Huguenot family research by providing crosses to Huguenot Societies and gift shops at a discount, as well as donating a portion of the proceeds from online sales. Accordingly, when ordering please indicate you would like a portion of the proceeds from your purchase sent to The National Huguenot Society.


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History of the Huguenot Society of North Carolina. by Roger Kammerer. 2013.
121 pages. Illustrated. Soft cover

This book is available for purchase in soft cover for $20 through
the State President, Elaine Baldasare at NCHuguenots2021@gmail.com


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Randell Jones is an acclaimed author, storyteller, and historian. He is a past-president of the Overmountain Victory Trail Association and has worked closely with the National Park Service in promoting the Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail which covers 330 miles through four states. Mr. Jones has also been honored by both the DAR and the SAR. Read more here about Randell Jones' fascinating career.

In 2011, After four years of intensive research and writing, Mr. Jones' published Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain. That book received a Willie Parker Peace History Book Award from the North Carolina Society of Historians. He has also written and published six additional books, including In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone, Trailing Daniel Boone, and In the Footsteps of Davy Crockett.

Additional details for all of Randell Jones' books, including a synopsis of the book as well as pricing and purchasing information, are available directly from the author's website at danielboonefootsteps.com.


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FraNCe: The French Heritage of North Carolina. by Dudley M. Marchi. Lulu Publishing. 2016.
196 pages. Illustrated. Soft cover. ISBN: 9781365073335.

There is a noteworthy French heritage in North Carolina. Towns such as Beaufort, New Bern, and La Grange are testimony to the presence of French Huguewnots in the 17th and 18th centuries. Many NC family names are of French origin. This book traces the presence of the French in NC from the state's origins to the present and tells the story of a little-known part of NC's cultural heritage.

This book is printed on demand, and is available for purchase from Lulu.com.