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Archives are optionally categorized by day, ... Often, national newspapers such as the New York Times have an in-depth database that goes back decades.
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Copies of a father's military records can requested from the National Archives.
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The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is a federal government agency and the nation's official record keeper. NARA is responsible for...
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The National Archives, based in St. Louis, Missouri, holds military discharge records dating back to the late 18th century. Although discharge documents have changed ...
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Reserve a spot on a guided tour on the National Archives website. The guided tour is free; however, you must pay a small convenience fee for the online reservations.
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How to Trace Family History Via National Archives | eHow

Begin your records search. The National Archives of many countries, including the public records of the United States, are available online. These are free public ...
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How to Get Free Ancestry Records at NARA | eHow

One of the biggest repositories of information in the history of world are the records held at the National Archives, a US government agency. In addition to ...
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How to Get Military Records Quickly | eHow

A veteran's personnel files and military records are kept at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) in St. Louis, Missouri, after discharge from ...
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The entrance to the National Archives holds a bronze medallion containing the Ten Commandments. Washington Monument.
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