1790 - 1890 Federal Population Census: Catalog of National Archives Microfilm
1900 Federal Population Census: Catalog of National Archives Microfilm
1910 Federal Population Census: Catalog of National Archives Microfilm
1920 Federal Population Census: Catalog of National Archives Microfilm
1930 Federal Population Census
A Modern Archives Reader brings together, in a single volume, classic essays of archival literature that outline and define the basic theories of archives administration and recent articles that reexamine basic concepts.
American Indians: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications
This unique book provides concise information about the surviving WWI motion pictures shot by the Army Signal Corps that are held in the NARA.
This award-winning research guide provides accurate, concise information about civilian records held by the National Archives textual, photographic, and audiovisual that can be used to study the history of African Americans.
This expanded edition of Black Studies describes a wealth of historical records for research in African American history and genealogy.
This catalog is one in a series that describes National Archives microfilm publications related to specific subjects to high research interest.
This essential new reference work introduces users to the archival records of the Federal Government. In this three-volume set, two volumes describe the nearly 1.7 million cubic feet of records transferred to the custody of the National Archives.
The award-winning Guide shows how to tap the National Archives, explaining what types of records are preserved in the National Archives and what specific information about individuals is included in each type of record.
This guide will assist the researcher in locating the most significant materials in the National Archives that relate to the countries of the Western Hemisphere south of the United States.
This important guide will assist the researcher in locating within the National Archives those records created during, or directly related to, the pre-Federal era of US history the period before the Constitution went into effect on March 4, 1789.
This series of guides identifies and describes the activities of the many military agencies that had a role in World War II. These guides each represent the activities of a broad range of agencies, and the records are drawn from many record groups.
This second volume identifies and describes records in the National Archives that document the activities of the many military agencies involved in armaments production and procurement, lend-lease, stockpiling and consumption of strategic...
Immigrant & Passenger Arrivals: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications
Here’s the legal-sized archival storage and preservation solution you’ve been searching for in the office supply stores and can never find!<
This book features 22 of the most important "permanently valuable" records of the Federal Government--records that protect public and private rights or contain useful information for researchers and the general public.
"The wives of the presidents of the United States have begun to emerge recently as subjects for serious scholarly investigation on their own merits..."
This DVD presentation was produced by Preservation Programs at the US National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
The National Archives is the record keeper for the federal government.
* Binder is fully enclosed, durable, stackable, archival-safe.
* Stores neatly anywhere!
* Enclosed case is water and dirt resistant, and can be easily
labeled with adhesive labels or markers...
Sheet Protectors for Researcher Kits
Dimensions - 8 1/2" (w) x 14" (h)
While Television Interviews intended to provide access to the Chronoscope interviews, it could well serve as a starting point for more extensive research in the records of newsworthy federal programs.
Describes methods for conducting genealogical research and explains how to trace the history of a family through the use of living sources and public records.
This companion volume to The Union is a guide to the official archives of the government of the Confederate States of America. The bulk of the book describes materials held by the National Archives.
The Emerging Nation: A Documentary History - Volume 1
The Emerging Nation: A Documentary History - Volume 3
This guide provides an opportunity to study the vast collection of US Government documents in the National Archives that relate to the Civil War.
This CD contains the following Leavenworth federal prison files: Moses Harmon, William Pearce, Oberlin Carter, Frank Grigware, Roy Tyler, William Haywood, C.T. Doreums, Robert Stroud, Joe Huffington, and Samuel Caldwell.
World Ward II on Film: A Catalog of Select Motion Pictures in the National Archives
Published in two volumes, this important new guide represents the most comprehensive and detailed finding aid to World War II source materials in the custody of the National Archives of the United States.