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Tag: Ku Klux Klan
Today’s post (part one in a two-part series) is by National Archives Volunteer Bill Nigh. When I was assigned my first volunteer project, one associated with the U.S. Secret Service (Record Group 87), I wasn’t sure what to expect. Like many my age, I picture the Secret Service agent climbing on the rear deck of […]
Posted by Guest Blogger on January 10, 2013, under Archives II, Civil Records, The Process.
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.
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