17 September 2012

Planning a trip to NARA in DC? Check out this YouTube Video!

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 NARA 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 regulations.

And, do check out the many videos that NARA has posted at YouTube via the US National Archives Channel.

What was your favorite NARA video?

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