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The most asked question this weekend will be “where were you?” I was living in Massachusetts and on my way to the doctor. The news on the radio said that something, probably a small plane, had hit the World Trade Center. By the time my appointment was over all hell had broken loose. The odd […]
Posted by Guest Blogger on September 9, 2011, under Archives II, Civil Records, Digital Projects, Reference, Researchers, The Process.
Today’s post is written by Erin Townsend, an archivist based out of Archives II who helps coordinate our digitization projects. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Peace Corps. Numerous events and activities have already taken place to commemorate this milestone, including programs at the Smithsonian Folk Life Festival, 50th […]
Posted by Guest Blogger on August 18, 2011, under Archives II, Civil Records, Reference, Researchers.
This post was written by Katie Beaver, a student intern working with civilian records. It is a follow-up to A few good lawmen and is based on documentation found in ”Appointment Files for Judicial Districts, 1853-1905.” The American South was a particularly tumultuous area after the Civil War and during the occupation of the U.S. Army. Slaves became […]
Posted by Guest Blogger on August 8, 2011, under Archives II, Civil Records, Reference, Researchers.
This post was written by Katy Berube, a student intern working in civilian processing. It is a follow-up to the post A few good lawmen. Documentation for this post can be found in the series “Appointment Files for Judicial Districts, 1853-1905.” As guns unloaded into British subject and cattle investor, John H. Tunstall, in the […]
Today’s post is written by Denise Henderson. A few months ago, I was asked to locate a record about Pat Garrett, the famous sheriff who killed Billy the Kid in 1881 when cowboys and cattle thieves made the West wild and dangerous and a place in serious need of law enforcement. Understanding the index to, […]
Posted by Denise Henderson on August 1, 2011, under Archives II, Civil Records, Genealogy, Reference, Researchers, The Process.