We offer a selection of guides, finding aids, microfilm catalogs, and special archival publications useful to anyone, especially scholars, archivists, historians, and researchers interested in genealogy.
American Women and the U.S. Armed Forces: A Guide to the Records of Military Agencies in the National Archives Relating to American Women
Covering the last two centuries, the records highlighted in this volume discuss women as participants in and victims of war, suppliers of military goods and services, and wives and mothers of soldiers. 1992.
Black History: A Guide to Civilian Records in the National Archives
This award-winning research guide provides accurate, concise information about civilian records held by the National Archives textual, photographic, and audiovisual that can be used to study the history of African Americans. 1984.
Confederacy: A Guide to the Archives of the Government of the Confederate States of America
This companion volume to The Union is a guide to the official archives of the government of the Confederate States of America. 1986.
Guide to Genealogical Research in the National Archives, Third Edition
The Guide is an indispensable aid for researching family genealogy, local history, and social trends. 2001.
List of Free Genealogy Publications
Free Pamphlets, Brochures, and General Information Leaflets of interest to Genealogists. 1992-2004.
Trans-Mississippi West, 1804-1912: A Guide to Federal Records for the Territorial Period
This multi-volume guide identifies and describes records in the National Archives that are associated with the American West. These guides alert readers to the research potential of these records and assist in their location. 1993 - 1997.
Union: A Guide to Federal Archives Relating to the Civil War
This guide provides an opportunity to study the vast collection of US Government documents in the National Archives that relate to the Civil War. 1962/1986.