Searching the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration

NARA archives.govHave you ever wondered what happens to the unpublished records of the United States federal government? The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the organization that preserves and makes available the records of the United States Federal government slated for permanent safekeeping. If you're new to archival research in general, take a look at their guide to getting started. To dive into finding records, try one of the below three routes:

Don't forget that you can get to NARA in more locations than just the Washington, D.C. corridor. A network of regional archives and presidential libraries also serve the public with records available for research.

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