The exhibit "Attachments" tells the stories of immigrants to the United States, including a boy who fled the Nazis and found a new life in America.
The National Archives holds not only the original Declaration of Independence but also several copies of the William Stone's famous engraving.
Impressement of seamen was one American grievance before the War of 1812, but the U.S. Navy seized British sailors on occasion.
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