17 September 2012
Learning about a new archive or any changes to the rules is often what I consider the most stressful part of any visit to an archive. Once my hands are in the records – I’m happy!
Given that, if you are planning a visit to
I (in DC), do check out this YouTube
vide – Research at the National Archives. It does a good job of giving you
the highlights of “how” one does research at NARA , including some of the rules and
And, do check out the many videos that
has posted at YouTube via the US National Archives Channel. NARA
What was your favorite
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