Tag: NAtional Archives at San Francisco
The National Archives is on the West Coast, too! The National Archives at San Francisco (located in San Bruno, California) contains over 55,000 cubic feet of Federal records from the 1850s through the 1980s. The records come from northern and central California, Nevada (except Clark County), Hawaii, Guam, American Samoa, and the Trust Territory of [...]
Posted by Nikita on October 23, 2012, under National Archives Near You.
Tags: Agriculture, Alcatraz, atomic energy, Chinese Exclusion, citizenship, engineering, immigration, NAtional Archives at San Francisco, natural resources, Pearl Harbor, public health, Robert Stroud, San Bruno, science, technology, wildlife, Wong Kim Ark, World War II
“What’s Cooking, Uncle Sam?,” our current special exhibition in Washington, DC, examines the Government’s effect on what Americans eat. Government influence was especially visible during wartime, when many food products were reserved for feeding the troops and our Allies. During World War I, the U.S. Food Administration, headed by Herbert Hoover, urged the American people [...]
Posted by Mary on July 27, 2011, under Prologue Magazine, Unusual documents, What's Cooking, What's Cooking Wednesdays.
Tags: california, Food Administration, food conservation, national archives, National archives and records administration, NAtional Archives at San Francisco, recipes, Spanish recipes, What's Cooking Uncle Sam?, wheat conservation, world war i
For the thousands of immigrants from Europe, the entrance to America was through Ellis Island. As they sailed by New York City, they could see the Statue of Liberty standing in the harbor like a watchful guardian. For immigrants from China and the Pacific Rim, another type of guardian awaited them in San Francisco Bay. They would [...]
Posted by Hilary on August 23, 2010, under - Civil Rights, - World War I.
Tags: american history, Angel Island, Archivist, Chinese Exclusion Act, Ellis Island, Federal Immigration records, immigration, NARA, national archives, National archives and records administration, NAtional Archives at San Francisco, odd history, Pieces of History, prologue blog, Prologue magazine, random history, weird US history, West Coast