The National Archives is hosting a virtual genealogy fair over the next two days.
Court records detailing the personal histories and statements of four men involved in the Watergate break-in are now open to the public, 40 years after they were filed under seal.
The University of Virginia Press announced Friday that it is putting the papers of six Founding Fathers on the Internet.
At a table in the library of the Maryland Historical Society, an investigator with the National Archives pulls file folder after file folder from a cardboard box and hands them to library director Patricia Dockman Anderson.
The National Archives is canceling reservations for late afternoon and evening tours due to automatic federal budget cuts taking effect.
George Washington’s personal copy of the Constitution is going on tour to visit presidential libraries across the country.
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The National Archives is displaying rarely seen documents and items showing milestones in manned spaceflight from President Richard Nixon’s administration.
The National Archives is partnering with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to recruit citizen scientists to help transcribe weather data from historic ship logs.
Documents and photographs attached to U.S. immigration forms have been culled from the National Archives for a new exhibit about immigrants who came to this country.