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Archives II turns 30 – Pieces of History

[ad_1] Thirty years ago on May 12, 1994, the National Archives at College Park, MD, popularly known as “Archives II,” was dedicated. The 1.8-million-square-foot state-of-the-art


The Inventors Behind America’s Favorite Pastime – Pieces of History

[ad_1] Today’s post comes from Saba Samy, an intern at the National Archives in Washington, DC.  On April 15, 1947, Jack Roosevelt (“Jackie”) Robinson made


Total Eclipse of the Sun – Pieces of History

[ad_1] On Monday, April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will cross North America, passing over Mexico, the United States, and Canada. Today’s post, an


The Federal Women’s Program – Pieces of History

[ad_1] March is Women’s History Month. Visit the National Archives website for resources and virtual events related to women’s history. When the Civil Rights Act of 1964


Russell Lee’s Coal Survey Exhibit – Pieces of History

[ad_1] On Saturday a new exhibit opened in the National Archives Building, Power & Light: Russell Lee’s Coal Survey. It will run in the Lawrence


Faye Geeslin – Pieces of History

[ad_1] It’s Women’s History Month, and we are taking a look at past staff and their many contributions to the National Archives throughout history. Today’s


Top 10 of 2023 – Pieces of History

[ad_1] As we say hello to 2024, we’re taking a look at the most popular posts of 2023. Thank you to the National Archives staff


Evangeline Thurber – Pieces of History

[ad_1] We are taking a look at past staff and their many contributions to the National Archives throughout its history. Today’s staff spotlight is Evangeline


It’s a Woman’s War Too! – Pieces of History

[ad_1] Today’s post, from Alyssa Moore in the National Archives History Office, is in honor of Women’s History Month and looks at the Women Accepted


The First Guide to Federal Records – Pieces of History

[ad_1] The United States has been accumulating records since the first meeting of the Continental Congress in 1774. As the government grew, the paperwork it