Prologue Magazine

Index to Prologue, Volume 33: 2001



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Abbe, Cleveland, 264, 265

Ad Hoc Committee on the Lunar Sample Receiving Laboratory, 238-239

Adams, Charles Francis, 181, 182, 183, 184-185, 187, 191; port., 190

Adams, John G., 204

Adams, Sherman, 202, 204

Adjutant General's Office, 57-58, 60, 132-133, 137-138, 293-294

African Americans, and 1964 election, 7-18; in the army, 56-60; emancipation of in D.C., 226; freedmen, 156, 158-159, 161-162, 214-220, 222-223; fugitive slaves, 156-157,158-159; genealogical research on, 214-220, 222-223; in Louisiana, 214-220; in the navy, 152-153, 155-167; pensions for, 167n45

Agnew, Spiro, photo, 240

Agricultural collectives, 214-220

Agriculture, Department of, 238, 239, 242

Alabama, 9-10, 12, 17

Alabama, CSS, 182-183, 185, 189, 191

Alabama claims, 191

Aldrin, Buzz, 247, 251; photos, 234, 237, 240, 241, 246, 250

Alexander, John, 58

Alexander v. FBI, 64-65

Alexandra (gunboat), 184-185; illus., 193

Alger, Russell A., 133

Alien Enemy Act of 1798, 23

Allen, William F., 266

Alternate history, 251-258

America-Japan Society, 113, 116, 117, 118, 119

American Metrological Society, 264

American Originals (catalog), 62, 140-141

"American Originals" (exhibit), 62, 64, 73, 140-141, 142, 299

Amphibious Corps, Pacific Fleet, 271-276

André Medal, 129-130

Andrews, James J., 128-129

Andrews's Raiders, 128-129, 137

Anthon, Henry, Jr., 92

Anthony, Maj. Scott, 99

Antietam, Battle of, 253-254

Apollo 11, 235-248, 251-252

Apollo Science Planning Teams, 237-238

Arapahos, 97-106

Archival Research Catalog (online), 143-144, 289

Arizona, USS, photo, 279

Arman, Lucien, 186, 188

Armstrong, Neil, 247, 251; photos, 234, 237, 241, 250

"Army and Navy Medal of Honor Roll," 137

"Army Medal of Honor: The First Fifty-five Years, The," by Mark C. Mollan, 128-139

Army War College, 44

Arthur, Chester A., 75, 266

Astronauts, 235-248

Atlanta Constitution, 16

Atlantic Blockading Squadron, 170, 171

Atomic Energy Commission, 200

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Baird, Absalom, 217-219; port., 217

Baltimore, Maryland, 262

Bartholomew, Lt. Thomas L., 131-132

Bartky, Ian R., "A Switch in Time," 261-269

Bassanese, Lynn A., and Cynthia Koch, "Roosevelt and His Library," 75-84

Baxter, Stephen, 252

Baylor University School of Medicine, 241, 243

Bayonet Hill, Korean War, 37-44

Beall, Lloyd J., 291-292

Begbie, Thomas Sterling, 188

Bell, Persa Raymond, 243, 244

Bemis, Capt. Harold, 111, 119

Bent, George, 101, 105

Bent, William, 98

Berry, Charles A., 243, 249n37, n58

Beschloss, Michael, 65

Biddle, Francis, 23

Bigelow, John, 186; photo, 186

Bingaman, Jeff, 276

Birkenhead Ironworks Graving Docks, by A. Maclure, illus., 180-181

Birkner, Michael J., "Eisenhower and the Red Menace," 152, 197-207

Black, Jeremiah S., 90

Black Family Research: Using the Records of Post-Civil War Federal Agencies at the National Archives (RIP 108), 222-223

Black Kettle, Chief of the Cheyenne, 97, 99; port., 97, 99

"Black Men in Navy Blue during the Civil War," by Joseph P. Reidy, 155-167

Blair, Clay, 43

Blanchard, Capt. J. M., 216

Block, Herbert (Herblock), 197, 202-203; cartoon by, 196

Blockade Strategy Board, 169-170, 171

Blunt, Roy, 225

Blythe, Andrew K., 93

Bonsall, Lt. Samuel, 98, 101, 102, 104

Boston, Massachusetts, 262, 263, 266

Boston Globe, 300-301

Bowden, Francis, 90-91, 92, 93

Bradford, Thomas, 90-91, 93

Brazileira, USS, 164

Bredhoff, Stacey, 62, 140-141

Brewster, Benjamin, 267

Brinkley, Douglas, 62, 141

British censorship programs, 24

Brockmier, Sfc. Donald, 40, 41, 42

Brown, John, Jr., 276

Brownell, Francis, photo, 130

Brownell, Herbert, 199, 200, 204, 205, 206n13, n16; photo, 204

Browning, Robert M., Jr., "Defunct Strategy and Divergent Goals: The Role of the United States Navy along the Eastern Seaboard During the Civil War," 153, 169-179

Bruns, Roger, "Taking History's Forks," 251-258

Buffalo soldiers, 56-60

"Building NARA's 'Archives of the Future'," 52-55

Bulloch, Comdr. James Dunwoody, 181, 182, 183, 185, 187, 188, 189; port., 182

Burn, Febb Ensminger, 252-253

Burn, Harry, 252-253

Burns, John, photo, 245

Burnside, Brig. Gen. Ambrose E., 171, 172, 173

Bush, Pfc. Eunis, 40

Bush, George, 17-18

Bush, George W., 222, 276; photo, 276

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California, 87-88

Cameron, Simon, port., 178

Camp Beall, Virginia, 292

Camp Elliot, California, 271, 272

Campbell, Ben Nighthorse, 97, 105, 106

Cape Fear River, 172, 173, 177

Capetown, South Africa, U.S. consulate in, 114

Carlin, John W., 53, 54-55, 64, 65, 66, 142, 143, 144-145, 225, 226, 290, 299; "Birthday Party You Won't Want To Miss, A," 72-73; "National Tragedy Reinforces Importance of Vital Records," 232-233; "Preserved in Full for Future Generations," 4-5; "The Stories That We Can Tell," 152-153

Carter, Dan, 10

Carter, Jimmy, presidential campaign, 301

Carter, Kent, "Moon Rocks and Moon Germs: A History of NASA's Lunar Receiving Laboratory," 235-249

Cartoons, and McCarthyism, 196, 197, 201, 202-203

Cass, Lewis, 90, 92

Catt, Carrie Chapman, photo, 252

Cavalry, Ninth, 56-58; Tenth, 57, 58

Censorship, Office of, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27-30, 31, 32

Census, U.S. Bureau of the, 4-5

Census records, 1930 decennial census, 4, 298; 2000 decennial census, 4-5; Individual Census Record Files, 4; maps of enumeration districts, 298

Central Intelligence Agency, 210-211

Certificate of Merit, 130

Chao, Edward Ching Te, 238-239

Charleston, South Carolina, 173, 174-176, 177, 178, 179n20

Charters of Freedom, 62, 64, 66, 72-73, 122, 123, 125, 225

Chase, Salmon P., 129

Chesapeake Bay region, 156, 157, 159

Cheyennes, 97-106

China, 87-90, 93, 94, 109, 110, 112, 113, 114, 116, 117, 189, 193n36

Chinese emigration, 87-94

Chivington, Col. John, 97, 99, 101, 102, 105; photo, 99

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 143

Civil liberties, and Dwight D. Eisenhower, 199, 200, 205

Civil Rights Act, 7, 10, 11, 15

Civil rights movement, 8-9, 11-13, 17

Civil War, 24, 43; and the Battle of Antietam, 253-254; and Confederate Marine Corps, 291-296; and Medals of Honor, 128-138; prisoners of war, 177, 293, 294, 295; reparations from Great Britain, 191; role of African Americans in, 155-167; and ships for the Confederacy, 181-193; symposium on, 152-153; and the Union Navy, 152-153, 155-167, 169-179

Civil War Campaign Medal, 136, 137; photo, 136

Claiborne, Clay, 16

Claims against Great Britain, 191

Classified records, 208-212

Claypoole, Richard, 226

Clinton, William J., 97, 106; NARA custody of emails, 64-65; papers published, 62, 222

Clinton administration web site, 65

Clinton Presidential Library, 65

Clinton Presidential Materials Project, 65, 66

Cockrell, Sfc. Floyd E., 40, 41

Code talkers, Navajo, 270-277

Cohn, Roy, 202, 204

Cold Harbor, Virginia, 43

Cold Steel, by Don Stivers, 40, 44; illus., 40

Cold war, and intelligence operations, 208, 211

Cole, Lt. Col. Robert, 43

Collins, Michael, photos, 234, 237, 241, 250

Colorado, 97-106

Colorado Historical Society, 100, 101

Columbus, SS, 21, 30, 34n4

Cometsevah, Laird, 102, 103, 105

Commissioners of Claims, 222-223

Commodore, George, photo, 156

Communism, in the United States, 197-205

Communist Chinese forces, 37-44

Computer Output Microfilm, 5

Confederate Navy, 169, 181-193, 292, 293-296

Confederate States Marine Corps, 291-296

Confederate States of America, 153; and defense of the eastern seaboard, 169-178; and purchase of ships, 181-193

Congressional Gold Medal, 270, 276

Congressional Silver Medal, 270, 276

Conkling, James, 169

Connally, John, 11, 12

Connor, R.D.W., 78, 79, 80

Conscience of a Conservative, The, 9

Contrabands (Civil War), 156-157, 159-160, 161-162, 164, 166n12

Conway, Thomas, 214, 215

Coolie trade, 87-94

Coordinated Universal Time, 262

Courts-martial records, 59-60

Cozares, Pvt. Victor, 41-42

"Creating the National Archives Experience," 122-127

Cuba, 87-88, 90, 91, 93, 300

Cuban missile crisis, 300

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Daellenbach, Dennis A., 64

Dahlgren, Rear Adm. John A., 176, 179 n31

Davis, Vice Adm. Charles H., 264-265

"Day of Infamy" speech, 278-287

Dayton, William L., 186

Declaration of Independence, 72, 73, 122

Declassified records, 66, 142-143, 144, 208-212

"Defunct Strategy and Divergent Goals: The Role of the United States Navy along the Eastern Seaboard During the Civil War," 153, 169-179

Democratic National Committee, 77-78

Democratic Party and 1964 election, 7-18

Denny, William, 190

Detention of enemy aliens, 21-33

Devine, Michael, 226

Dewson, Molly, 77-78

Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships, 296

"Diplomats Who Sank a Fleet: The Confederacy's Undelivered European Fleet and the Union Consular Service, The," by Kevin J. Foster, 153, 181-193

Disaster response, 232-233

Displaced persons, and World War II, 46, 48, 50

Distinguished Service Cross, 43

District of Columbia, 226, 262, 263, 266-267; Emancipation Act, 226

Donnelly, Ralph W., The Confederate States Marine Corps: The Rebel Leathernecks, 292-293; Service Records of Confederate Enlisted Marines, 293

Dowd, Charles, 263-264

Drewry's Bluff, Virginia, 292, 295

Dryden, Hugh L., 242

Dudgeon, John and William, 190

Dudley, Thomas Haines, 181-182, 184-185, 188

Dulles, John Foster, 254

Dunbar, James Forten, 160, 162

Du Pont, Samuel F., 157, 170-172, 173, 174-176; photo, 170

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Eisenhower, Dwight D., 15, 17, 197-205; cartoon of, 196; photos, 198, 204; and war in Vietnam, 254-255

Eisenhower, Milton, 201

"Eisenhower and the Red Menace," by Michael J. Birkner, 152, 197-207

Election reform, 225

Electronic records, 4-5, 52-55, 64-66, 232-233

Electronic Records Archives, 53-55, 65

Ellington, Buford, 14

Ellis, Joseph, 152

Ellis, Richard, 100

Ellis Island (New York) immigration station, 21, 32

Emancipation Proclamation, 142, 253-254, 299

Enlistment papers (military), 57, 58

Ennis, Edward J., 29

Erb, R. Bryan, 244

Ernest Hemingway Foundation, 145

Espionage, in the Civil War, 183-185, 186-187, 190

Ethan Allen, USS, 162-163

European Squadron, 158

Evans, John, 99

Evers, Medgar, 13

Executive Office of the President, 64-65

Executive Order 8985, 24

Exhibits, 62, 64, 65, 72-73, 142, 225, 290, 299, 301

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Faget, Max, 237

Fairfield-Suisun Air Force Base, California, 48

Farmer, James, photo, 7

Farragut, David, 158

Faulkner, Barry, murals by, 72, 73, 123, 125-126; photo, 125

Faulkner, Cpl. Herbert, 42

"FDR's 'Day of Infamy' Speech: Crafting a Call to Arms," 278-287

Federal Bureau of Investigation, 12-13, 22-23, 24, 25, 32, 34n10, 210

Federal employees, and security risks, 197-207

Federal Geographic Data Committee, 53

Fernandina, Florida, 171-172

Finding aids, Medal of Honor recipients, 137, 138

Fire alarm telegraph, 263

First War Powers Act, 24

Fiset, Louis, "Return to Sender: U.S. Censorship of Enemy Alien Mail in World War II," 21-35

Fish, Hamilton, 191

Fisher, Charles B., 160, 163, 164

"'Fix Bayonets': The Attack on Hill 180 in the Korean War," by Albert Kapikian, 37-44

Flipper, Henry O., 58

Florida, CSS, 181, 182-183, 185, 191

Flowers, Betty S., 299-300

Flying Childers (ship), 91-92

Ford, Gerald R., 64, 145, 225; photo, 256

Ford's Theater, 254

"Formation of the Union Set" (coin and book), 222

Forsythe, Scott, 98, 101

Fort Lewis College, 100, 101

Fort Lincoln Detention Station, North Dakota, 21-22, 23-24, 27, 28, 31-32, 34n4; photo, 22

Fort Lyon, Colorado, 99, 101, 102; painting, 98

Fort Missoula, Montana, 21-22, 23, 25-26, 27, 28, 29

Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, 202, 203, 204-205

Fort Pulaski, Georgia, 171

Fort Stanton, New Mexico, 21-22, 23, 27, 30

Fort Sumter, South Carolina, 174, 176, 179n20

Foster, Kevin J., "The Diplomats Who Sank a Fleet," 153, 181-193

Foundation for the National Archives, 65, 144-145, 290

Fox, Gustavus Vasa, 171, 173, 174-175, 176, 178, 179n20; port., 170, 178

France, 185-186, 187, 188

Frankfurter, Felix, 77

Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute, 77, 84

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, 75-84, 284; photos, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83; renovation of, 84; web site, 83

Fraser, Bert, 25, 29; photo, 24

Fraser, Trenholm & Company, 182, 184, 189, 190

Freedman's Bank, 143

Freedman's Savings and Trust Company, 222-223

Freedmen's Bureau, 153, 214-220, 222-223; records microfilmed, 143

"From 'Jimmy Who?' to 'Mr. President'" (exhibit), 301

Fulton, James G., 240

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Garfinkel, Steven, 144, 212

Garrett, Bradley, 225

Genealogical research, 4-5, 56-60, 128-139, 140, 143, 214-220, 222-223, 291-296

General (train), 128-129; illus., 129

General information leaflets, 297

Geneva, Switzerland, 191

Geneva Conventions of 1929, 25, 27, 28, 33

George, Walter, 46, 48

George Bush Library, 64; lecture series, 152

Georgia, 10, 17

Georgia, CSS, 188; illus., 296

Georgia Tech Research Institute, 54

Gerald R. Ford Library and Museum, 64, 66, 225

German enemy aliens, 21-22, 23-24, 25, 27, 28, 30-31

Germany, and World War II, 208-212

Gerspacher, M. A., 22

Geselbracht, Raymond H., "Mutual Admiration & a Few Jokes: The Correspondence of Harry Truman with Groucho and Harpo Marx," 46-50

Giles, William F., 87, 94; port., 94

Gillmore, Gen. Quincy A., 176, 179n31

Gilruth, Robert R., 237, 243-244, 246, 247

Goddard, James, 239

Goldsborough, Louis M., 171

Goldwater, Barry, 7, 9, 10-18; photos, 9

Gore, Albert, 64-65

Grand Army Journal, 130

Grand Army of the Republic, 132-133

Grant, Gen. Ulysses S., 177, 254, 255-256; port., 178, 254

Grants, 54, 66

Great Britain, 88-89; intelligence operations in World War II, 210, 211; and ships for the Confederacy, 181-185, 186, 187, 188-191

Greene, Jerome, 98, 101, 102, 103, 104-105

Greenstein, Fred, 204, 206n3

Greenwich Mean Time, 262, 264, 265, 266-267, 268

Grenier, John, 16

Grew, Joseph C., 109-119; photo, 113

Groucho Letters, The, by Groucho Marx, 49

Guam, 274, 280

Guggenheim, Charles E., 65, 144-145

Guide to Genealogical Research in the National Archives, 140

Gulf Coast Blockading Squadron, 171

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Hackman, Larry, 226

Haig, Alexander, 256

Halaas, David, 101, 105

Hamburg, Doris A., 226

Hamer, Fannie Lou, 13

Harbin, Manchuria, U.S. consulate in, 114

Harman, William R., 65

Harry S. Truman Forest, Israel, 49

Harry S. Truman Presidential Library, 46, 50, 226; conference at, 152

Hashimoto, Kankichi, 110-111

Hawaii, attack on, 278-287

Hawk (ship), 188-189; illus., 188

Hawley, Seth C., 184

Hayes, Rutherford B., 76, 255-256

Hayes Memorial Library, 76

Hazen, Brig. Gen. William, 265

Heitman, Francis B., Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army, 58

Helms, Paul, 201

Hemingway, Ernest, 145

Hemingway, Mary, 145

Hemingway, Patrick, 145

Hemingway Foundation/PEN Award, 145

Henry, Aaron, photo, 13

Herbert Hoover Library, 152

Herblock, 197, 202-203; cartoon by, 196

Hess, Wilmot Norton, 243, 244

Hill 180, Korean War, 37, 39-44

Hines, Sfc. Fred H., 41

Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army, by Francis B. Heitman, 58

Hitler, Adolf, 211; photo, 209

Hodge, John D., 244, 247

Holocaust, Allied intelligence on, 210-212

Hong Kong, 87-88, 90-91

Honoring the Code Talkers Act, 276

Hooper, James A., 87-88, 90, 93, 94; port., 90

Hoover, J. Edgar, 22, 24, 205; photo, 204

Hopkins, Harry, 278, 284

Hornet, USS, 247

Houston, Texas, 235, 237-238, 239-240

Howard, Maj. Gen. Oliver Otis, 214-215, 216, 217, 218-219

Howard University, 156

Hoyer, Steny, 225

Hudson, A. S., 22

Hudson Valley Sunday Courier, 80

Hull, Cordell, 25, 111-113, 115-116, 117

Hume, Paul, 256-257

Humphrey, Hubert, 13, 15, 18n31; photo, 15

Hyde, George, 101

Hyde Park, New York, 75-84

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Immigrants, persons displaced by World War II, 46

Immigration and Naturalization Service, 21-33

Index to General Correspondence of the Office of the Adjutant General, 1890-1917, microfilm publication, 137-138

Indian Campaigns, 57, 60

Individual Census Record File, 4-5

Infantry, Twenty-seventh, 37, 39-44

Infantry regiments, 24th, 57; 25th, 57; 38th, 57; 39th, 57; 40th, 57; 41st, 57

Institute for the Editing of Historical Documents, 66

Integration, 8, 9, 11

Intelligence activities, World War II, 22-33

Interagency Committee on Back Contamination, 242-243, 244-245, 246-247, 248

Interior, Department of the, 239, 242

International arbitration, 191

International Meridian Conference, 268

Internet, 53, 55, 123-124, 209

Internment of enemy aliens, 21-33

InterPARES project, 54

Ireland, Art, 101

Italian enemy aliens, 21-22, 23-24, 25, 27, 28, 30-31

Iwo Jima, 274-275

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Jackson, John J., 87, 90-94

Jackson, M. M., 186-187

James A. Hooper v. George White, et al., 87

James River, 172, 177, 178, 179 n13

Jansen, Capt. Marin, 188

Japan, 109-119, 268; and World War II, 144, 208-209, 212, 278-287

Japan Advertiser, 119

Japan-America Trust, 117-119

Japanese Americans, internment of in World War II, 31

Japanese enemy aliens, 23-33

Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Act of 2000, 209

Java, 91-92

Jenkins, Walter, 13

Jevec, Adam, "Semper Fidelis, Code Talkers," 270-277

Jews, and the Holocaust, 210-212

Jimmy Carter Library, 299, 301

John F. Kennedy Library, 145, 225, 300-301

John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, 145

John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award, 145

Johnson, Andrew, 129, 191

Johnson, Edward P., 93

Johnson, Fountain, 153, 219-220

Johnson, Lady Bird, 14; photo, 16

Johnson, Lyndon B., 7-18, 240, 255; photos, 6, 7, 8, 15, 255

Johnson, Reverdy, 191

Johnson Space Center, 236, 248

Jonhston, Philip, 270-272, 273

Johnston, Richard S., 246, 247

"Join the Signers" (lecture series), 152

Joint Tribunal of Arbitration, 191

Jones, Maj. James E., 271

Judge Advocate General (Army), 59-60

Justice, U.S. Department of, 199-200

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Kapikian, Albert, "'Fix Bayonets': The Attack on Hill 180 in the Korean War," 37-44

Kate Hooper ("coolie" ship), 87-94; painting, 88

Kean, Maj. Gen. William B., photo, 38

Kearsarge (ship), 158, 160, 164

Kelly, Willard F., 29, 30

Kemmerer, Walter W., 241, 243, 244; photo, 244

Kennedy, John F., 8, 9, 10, 14, 145; tapes released, 300

Kennedy, Robert F., 300

Kimbell, George W., 93

King, Martin Luther, Jr., 9, 10, 11, 12-13, 14, 16; photo, 7

Kissinger, Henry, records declassified, 142-143

Knight, Michael F., "The Rost Home Colony, St. Charles Parish, Louisiana," 214-220

Knox, Frank, 278

Koch, Cynthia M., and Lynn A. Bassanese, "Roosevelt and His Library," 75-84

Koop, Theodore, 31

Korean War, 37-44, 48; conference on, 152

Kraft, Christopher, 248

Ku Klux Klan, 15, 17

Kurtz, Michael J., 144, 212

Kurtz, Wilbur, painting by, 129

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Lady Stirling (ship), 189

Laird and Sons, 185

Lamberth, Royce C., 64

Lammond, Lt. John, 42

Langbein, J. C. Julius, 130-133, 137, 138

Lawson, John H., photo, 164

Lay-Osborne flotilla, 189

"LBJ Fights the White Backlash: The Racial Politics of the 1964 Presidential Campaign," by Jeremy D. Mayer, 7-19

Lee, Gen. Robert E., 253-254

Lee, Rear Adm. Samuel Phillips, 173-174

Leff, Deborah, 225

"Legacy of Korea: A 50th Anniversary Conference, The," 152

LeHand, Missy, 77

Leland, Waldo, 78, 79

Lewis, John, 145

Lhuys, Edouard Drouyn de, 186

Library of Congress, 75, 76, 79

Lincoln, Abraham, 94, 130, 169, 170-171, 173, 174, 177, 178, 226, 253-254; port., 178

Lindneaux, Robert, paintings by, 96, 98

Liverpool, England, 181-182, 187, 189, 190

Lockheed Missile and Space Company, 236-237

Loescher, Maida, 226

Louis Napoleon III, 186, 188

Louisiana, 14, 17, 214-220

Lowell Institute, 300-301

Lunar Receiving Laboratory, 235-248

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library, 299-300

Lyons, Thomas, 159, 167n35

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Macao, 90-91, 92

MacArthur, Gen. Douglas, 38, 43, 48

MacLeish, Archibald, 79

Maclure, A., Birkenhead Ironworks Graving Docks, illus., 180-181

Macy, William A., 90

Madison, James, 75-76

Mail, censorship of enemy alien, 21-33

Maine Volunteer Infantry, Twenty-seventh, 133-135, 137, 138

Mallory, Stephen R., 292

Manned Space Craft Center, Houston, Texas, 237-248

Marines, Confederate, 291-296

Marist College, 83

Marshall, Humphrey, 88-89

Marshall, S.L.A., 43; illus. by, 42

Marx, Groucho, 46, 48, 49-50; photo, 50

Marx, Harpo, 46-50; photos, 47, 49, 50

Marx Brothers, 46-50; photo, 50

Maryland, 10

Mason, John Y., 263

Masterton, Charles, 204

Maury, Matthew Fontaine, 188, 263

Mayer, Jeremy D., "LBJ Fights the White Backlash: The Racial Politics of the 1964 Presidential Campaign," 7-19

McCarthy, Joseph R., 152, 197-205, 257-258; cartoon of, 196; photos, 197, 203, 257

McClellan, Maj. Gen. George B., 171, 172, 173, 179n13, 253-254; photo, 253

McCoy, Ike, 32

McCullough, David, 152, 153, 256

McLeod, Scott, 202, 207n34

McRae, CSS, illus., 295

McShain, John, 80

Medal of Honor Legion, 132-133, 134-135, 138

Medal of Honor Recipients, 1863-1994, 138

Medals of Honor, 43, 44, 60, 128-138, 160, 166n28; illus., 132, 133, 135

Medical records (military personnel), 57-58

Melzer, Cpl. Robert, 40

Menarchik, Edward Douglas, 64

Merrill, Philip, 65

Microfilm publications, Adjutant General's Office, 58; African Americans, 60, 141, 143, 224; Army enlistments, 57; art looting investigations, 224; Barnett, Jackson, 141, 224; Bermuda Triangle, 224; Bureau of Indian Affairs, 141, 224; catalog of, 62, 140; census schedules, 4-5, 141, 224; Cherokee tribe, 141, 224; Chickasaw tribe, 141, 224; Choctaw tribe, 141, 224; citizenship, 141, 224; Confederate Marine Corps, 293-295; courts-martial, 59, 62-63, 141; Creek tribe, 141, 224; customs records, 224; Delaware Indians, 224; District of Columbia, 141; draft registration cards, 298; enumeration district maps, 298; Federal Enforcement Acts, 224; Five Civilized Tribes, 224; freedmen, 141, 224; Freedmen's Bureau, 143; Hesse Crown Jewels Case, 62-63, 141; India, 62, 141; Indian Territory, 141, 224; Medals of Honor, 60, 137-138; military service, 57, 58-59, 224; Native Americans, 141, 224; passenger lists, 62, 141; passports, 62, 141; pension files, 60; relating to genealogy, 140; Selective Service System, 298; Seminole Indians, 224; Shawnee Indians, 224; Sultana disaster, 63; United States Colored Troops, 224; U.S. district courts, 224; vessel seizures, 224; World War I, 141, 224, 298

Microfilm Resources for Research, 62, 140

Middleton, Harry, 299

Military intelligence, in the Civil War, 183-184, 186-187, 190; and the Holocaust, 210-212

Military service records, 293-295

Militia Act of 1792, 156

Miller, Nathan, 278

Miller, William, 15-16

Millett, Capt. Lewis L., 37, 39-44; photos, 37, 40, 43, 44

Mills, Thomas, 226

Minnesota, USS, 163-164

Minor, William T., 187

Minstrelsy, 163-164

Mississippi, 12, 13, 17

Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 12-13

Mississippi River, 157

Mississippi Squadron, 157, 158, 159, 160, 166n15, 174

Mitchel, Brig. Gen. Ormsby, 128-129

Mollan, Mark C., "The Army Medal of Honor: The First Fifty-five Years," 128-139

Monitor, USS, 160, 172, 173, 174

"Moon Rocks and Moon Germs: A History of NASA's Lunar Receiving Laboratory," by Kent Carter, 235-249

Morison, Samuel Eliot, 76-77

Morse, Freeman H., 185

Morse, Samuel F. B., 262

Mower, Joseph A., 216

Moyers, Bill, 14

Mueller, George, 240

Murdoch, James Campbell, photo, 291

"Mutual Admiration & a Few Jokes: The Correspondence of Harry Truman with Groucho and Harpo Marx," by Raymond H. Geselbracht, 46-50

Myer, Dillon S., 31

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Nagasaki, Japan, U.S. consulate in, 113-114

Nagasaki (Japan) Minyu Shimbun (newspaper), 113

NARA Archival Information Locator (NAIL), 143-144, 289, 290

National Academy of Sciences, 236, 238, 240, 241, 242, 245

National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 53, 235-249, 251

National Archives and Records Administration, annual report, 143; appropriations, 65-66; budget, 65-66; Center for Legislative Records, 284; and declassification of war crimes records, 208-212; Digital Classroom, 124; digital records, 52-55, 232-233; exhibits, 62, 64, 65, 72-73, 142, 225, 290; Information Security Oversight Office, 66; lecture series, 152; microfilm publications, 57, 58, 59, 60, 62-63, 140, 141, 224, 297-298; news and notices, 64-66, 142-145, 225-226, 299-301; Office of the Federal Register, 62, 222, 297; publications, 62-63, 140-141, 222-224, 297-298; and records declassification, 66, 208-212; records disaster mitigation and recovery, 232-233; records preservation, 52-55; research and development, 53-54, 66; school and community program, 297; Strategic Plan, 53, 143; web site, 65-66, 73, 123-124, 143-144, 225, 226, 232, 288-290, 296, 297

National Archives Building, 78; Central Reading Room, 72-73; Central Research Room, 126; exhibit areas, 72-73, 122-127; Genealogy and Community History Research Center, 72-73, 123, 126; renovation of, 65, 66, 72-73, 122-127, 225; research facilities, 72-73, 123, 126, 297; ReSource Room, 299; security at, 301

"National Archives Experience," 72-73, 122-127

National Archives Regional Archives System, Great Lakes Region, 98, 101, 152, 155; Mid Atlantic Region, 87, 225, 226; Southeast (Atlanta), 66; Southwest Region, 236

National Archives Trust Fund Board, 62, 141

National Commission on Federal Election Reform, 225

National Defense Act of 1916, 137

National Historical Publications and Records Commission, 54; grants, 54, 66

National Institutes of Health, 238

National Military Personnel Records Center, 65-66

National Park Service, 84, 156; Sand Creek Massacre project, 97-106

National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure, 54

National Science Foundation, 54

National security, and code talkers, 270-276; lecture series on, 152; and the Red Menace, 197-205; threats to, 22

National Security Adviser to the President, 210

National Security Council, records declassified, 142-143

"National Tragedy Reinforces Importance of Vital Records," by John W. Carlin, 232-233

Native Americans, 57; code talkers, 270-276; massacres of, 97-106

Navajo code talkers, 270-276

Naval District, Eleventh, 270-271

Naval Intelligence, Office of, 30

Naval Records Collection of the Office of Naval Records and Library, Record Group 45, 294-295

Navy, U.S. Department of the, 110, 111, 112, 117, 119, 156, 160, 166 n31, 167 n45, 170-178, 184, 190

Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records Interagency Working Group, 144, 209-212

Nazi War Crimes Disclosure Act of 1998, 209, 210

Nazi War Criminal Records Interagency Working Group, 66

Nelson, Jennifer, 288, 289

Neutrality laws and the Civil War, 182, 183, 185, 188

"New Look for NARA's Web Site: Friendlier, Easier, More Helpful, A," 288-290

New Orleans, Louisiana, 215, 217, 218

New York City, 11, 262, 263, 265, 266

New York Infantry Volunteers, Ninth, 130-132, 137, 138

New York Public Library, 299

Nineteenth amendment, 252-253

Nixon, Richard M., 8, 9, 17, 145, 199, 201-202, 247, 251-252, 256; photos, 198, 234, 236, 250, 256; records opened, 142-143; tapes available, 142

Nixon Presidential Materials Project, 142-143

Nixon Tapes Settlement Agreement, 142

North, Lt. James H., 187-188

North Atlantic Blockading Squadron, 157, 158, 171, 174, 183-184, 190

North Carolina, 170-171, 172

North Korean forces, 37-44

Nunno, Pfc. Carmen, 40, 41

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O'Brien, Lawrence F., 65, 144-145

Office of Management and Budget, 239

Office of Manned Space Flight, 237, 238, 240

Office of Space Science and Applications, 237, 238, 239, 242

Office of Strategic Services, 210

Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies in the War of the Rebellion, 295-296

Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, 299

Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 128-129

Oliver, Lloyd, 276; photo, 272, 275

Operation Thunderbolt, 39

Oppenheimer, J. Robert, 200, 203

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Pacific Fleet, 271-276

Paine, Thomas O., 245, 246; photo, 236

Pampero, CSS, 188

Pampero, USS, 163

Panay, USS, 109-119; photo, 108

Panay incident, 109-119

Papers Pertaining to Vessels of or Involved With the Confederate States of America: "Vessel Papers," microfilm publication, 293, 295

Parker, Peter, 89-90, 91, 92, 94; port., 89

Patrick Henry, CSS, illus., 291

Pearl Harbor, attack on, 278-287

Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, Chicago, Illinois, 299

PEN New England, 145

Pension records, 60

Pensions, military, 167 n45

Pentagon, attack on, 232

Persistent Object Preservation, 54

Persons, Wilton, 202

Philadelphia Post Office, Pennsylvania, 225

Philippine Islands, 280

Phillips, Grace Briggs, 243, 247

Pickering, Col. John E., 249 n24

"Picturing the Century" (exhibit), 73, 144

Piland, Joseph V., 241

Pinkert, Marvin, 123-124

Pittenger, William, 128, 129, 137

Plantations, 214-220

Plante, Trevor K., "Researching African Americans in the U.S. Army, 1866-1890: Buffalo Soldiers and Black Infantrymen," 56-61; "Researching Confederate Marines in the Civil War," 291-296; "'Two Japans': Japanese Expressions of Sympathy and Regret in the Wake of the Panay Incident," 109-120

Plowman, Robert J., "The Voyage of the 'Coolie' Ship Kate Hooper, October 3, 1857-March 26, 1858," 87-95

Port Royal, South Carolina, 157, 158, 171

Porter, Rear Adm. David Dixon, 157, 174, 179 n16

Post Office Department, 22, 25

Postmaster General, Office of the, 24

"Preserved in Full for Future Generations," by John W. Carlin, 4-5

Presidential campaigns, 1964, 7-18; 1976, 301

Presidential elections, 255-256

Presidential libraries, 46, 50, 64, 66

Presidential Libraries Act, 77

Presidential papers, preservation of, 75-84

Presidential Records Act, 64-65, 66, 75

President's Science Advisory Committee, tapes released, 300

Price, Byron, 24-25, 28, 29-30, 31; photo, 28

Price, Raymond, 256

Prisoners of war, censorship of mail of in World War II, 27-29; Confederate, 177, 293, 294, 295

Project Mercury, 236

Provost Marshal General's office, 21, 25, 27, 28, 30

Public Health Service, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243

Public Papers of President William J. Clinton, 1999, 62, 222

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Quarantine facilities for Apollo 11, 235-248

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Racism and the 1964 election, 7-18

Railroad companies and standardization of time, 261-268

Randolph, A. Philip, 14

Rayburn, Sam, photo, 280

Record and Pension Office, Army Adjutant General's Office, 132-133, 137, 138

Records disaster mitigation and recovery programs, 232-233

Records management, 65

Records of the Adjutant General's Office, 1780's-1917, Record Group 94, 57-58, 137

Records of the Army Corps of Engineers, Record Group 77, 101

Records of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, Record Group 105, 214, 218-220

Records of the Judge Advocate General (Army), Record Group 153, 59

Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General, Record Group 92, 136, 295

Records of U.S. District Courts, Record Group 21, 87

Records of the United States Regular Army Mobile Units, 1821-1942, Record Group 391, 59

Records preservation, 66, 125-126, 226

Records Relating to Confederate Naval and Marine Personnel, microfilm publication, 293-294

Red Cherries, Mildred, 100

Reference Information Papers, 222-223

Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, Bureau of, 143, 214-220, 222-223

Register of Officers of the Confederate States Navy, 1861-1865, 293

Reidy, Joseph P., "Black Men in Navy Blue during the Civil War," 152-153

Reifsnider, Bishop Charles S., 119

Republican National Committee, 10, 16

Republican Party, and the 1964 election, 7-19; and McCarthyism, 198, 199, 201-202, 205

"Researching African Americans in the U.S. Army, 1866-1890: Buffalo Soldiers and Black Infantrymen," by Trevor K. Plante, 56-61

"Researching Confederate Marines in the Civil War," by Trevor K. Plante, 291-296

"Return to Sender: U.S. Censorship of Enemy Alien Mail in World War II," by Louis Fiset, 21-35

Richmond, Virginia, 172, 173, 177-178, 179 n13

Ridgway, Gen. Matthew B., 38-39, 42-43; photo, 38

Riots in 1964 in Harlem, 11-12, 15

Roberts, Alexa, 102

Roberts, Chalmers, 255

Rockefeller, Nelson, 10, 11

Rodgers, Rear Adm. John, 265

Roosevelt, Eleanor, 78, 79, 84; photo, 77

Roosevelt, Franklin D., 23, 24, 75-84; "Day of Infamy" speech, 278-287; gifts to, 81-82; photos, 74, 75, 77, 79, 80, 84, 280

Roosevelt, James, 284; photo, 280

Roosevelt, Sara Delano, 76

Roosevelt, Theodore, 134-135

"Roosevelt and His Library," by Cynthia M. Koch and Lynn A. Bassanese, 75-84

Rosenberg, Ethel and Julius, 200-201, 203, 206 n18

Rosenman, Samuel I., 280, 284

Ross, Charlie, 256-257

Rost, Pierre A., 215-216, 217-218

"Rost Home Colony, St. Charles Parish, Louisiana, The," by Michael F. Knight, 214-220

Rumbough, Stanley, 204

Russell, Earl, 181

Ryan, Halford R., 280

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Safire, William, 251-252

Sagan, Carl, 235, 236, 238

St. Charles Parish, Louisiana, 214-220

St. Margaret's School, Tokyo, Japan, 110

San Diego, California, 270, 271, 272

Sand Creek Massacre, 97-106

Sand Creek Massacre, painting by Robert Lindneaux, illus., 96

Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site Establishment Act, 106

Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site Study Act of 1998, 97, 100, 104, 105

Santa Fe Detention Station, New Mexico, 28, 30, 31-32

Savannah, Georgia, 171, 178

Schine, David, 202, 204-205

Schofield, Lemuel B., 22

School and Community Programs during the Renovation of the National Archives Building: July 2001-2003, leaflet, 297

Schulz, Lt. Raimund, 40

Scientific research on lunar samples, 235-248

Scott, Douglas D., 100, 104

Scott, Winfield, port., 178

Scranton, William, 11, 15

Seamans, Robert C., 240; photo, 240

"Search for the Site of the Sand Creek Massacre, The," by Christine Whitacre, 97-107

Segregation in the Union Navy, 158-159, 160-162

Select List of Publications of the National Archives and Records Administration, leaflet, 297

Selected Records of the War Department Relating to Confederate Prisoners of War, 1861-1865, microfilm publication, 293, 295

Seminole-Negro Indian Scouts, 60; photo, 58

"Semper Fidelis, Code Talkers," by Adam Jevec, 270-277

Sencer, David J., 242, 245, 246

Seward, William H., 24, 183, 185, 186-187, 191, 253; port., 178

Sharma, Akhil, 145

"Shedding Light on War Crimes," 208-212

Sheehan, John E., 65

Shenandoah, CSS, 189, 191

Sherman, Brig. Gen. Thomas W., 171, 179 n10

Sherman, Lt. Gen. William T., 101

Sherwood, Robert, 280, 284

Shipman, Fred, 79, 80, 81

Ships, blockade-runners, 170, 182, 189-190, 193n40, n41; Confederate, 291-296; ironclads, 172, 173-174, 175-178, 179n31, n32, 182, 185-186, 187-188, 192n21; purchase of by the Confederacy, 181-193

Shoda, Pfc. Takshi, 42

Shoemaker, Eugene, photo, 244

Simon, Louis, 78

Sinclair, George Terry, 188

Slavery, 87, 156, 226

Slayton, Deke, 245, 246-247

Slidell, John, 188

Smith, Margaret Chase, 236

Smith, Merriman, 202, 207n38

Smith Act of 1940, 200

Sobel, Robert, 252

Soil Conservation Service, 102

South Atlantic Blockading Squadron, 157, 158, 171

South Carolina, 17

Space exploration, 235-248

Space Science Board, 236, 238, 241

Space Science Steering Committee, 239

"Sports in Courts" (exhibit), 225

Standard Time, creation of, 261-268

Stanton, Edwin M., 129, 133, 176

Stassen, Harold, 202, 207n33

State, U.S. Department of, 153, 202, 207n34; declassification of records, 210; and Japanese donations in response to Panay incident, 111-119; and presidential papers, 75-76; and ships for the Confederacy, 181-193

State Historical Records advisory board, 66

State Historical Society of Iowa, 152

Stevens, Robert, 202

Stivers, Don, painting by, 40, 44

"Stories That We Can Tell, The," by John W. Carlin, 152-153

Stringham, Silas, 170, 171

Sturkey, Capt. Ralph J., 275

Subject File of the Confederate States Navy, 1861-1865, microfilm publication, 293, 294-295

Suckley, Margaret, 82

Sumner, Charles, 191, 193n47

"Switch in Time, A," by Ian R. Bartky, 261-269

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Taft, Robert, 198

Takeda, Yenji, 116-117

"Taking History's Forks," by Roger Bruns, 251-258

Taney, Roger B., 87, 94; port., 94

Taylor, Zachary, 75

Teague, Olin, 239-240

Telegraph companies and the standardization of time, 262-263, 265

Tennessee, 252-253

Terrorism, security response to, 301; special forums on, 300-301

Texas A&M University, 64

Thibodeau, Kenneth, 53, 54

Thomson, George and James, 187-188

Thurmond, Strom, 16

Tilden, Samuel J., 255-256

Time, creation of Standard, 261-268

Time balls, 263, 265-266

Toahty, Robert, 103

Tojo, Hideki, photo, 208

Tokugawa, Prince Iyesato, 112-113, 115, 116, 117, 119

Tokyo, Japan, American embassy in, 109-119

Tompkins, William F. ("Tommy"), 200; photo, 199

Toombs, Henry A., 78

Tower, Arthur F., 113

Treaty of Fort Laramie (1851), 98

Treaty of Fort Wise (1861), 98-99

Treaty of Washington, 191

Truman, Harry S., 38, 44, 198-199; correspondence with Groucho and Harpo Marx, 46-50; and Joseph McCarthy, 256-258; photos, 43, 47

Truman, Margaret, 256-257

Tule Lake Segregation Center, 31, 32

Tully, Grace, 278, 284

Turtledove, Harry, 252

"'Two Japans': Japanese Expressions of Sympathy and Regret in the Wake of the Panay Incident," by Trevor K. Plante, 109-120

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Union Army, 128-138

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 300

United Nations forces, 37-44

U.S. Army, and African Americans, 56-60; and censorship in World War II, 24, 25, 27, 28, 30, 32; and code talkers, 270; loyalty and security board, 204; and Medal of Honor, 128-138; service in the, 57-60; and the space program, 238, 239; and strategic cooperation with the Navy, 169-179

U.S. Army, Eighth, 38-39, 42-43

U.S. Army Counter Intelligence Corps, 210

U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Computational and Information Sciences Directorate, 54

U.S. Congress, and African Americans, 56-57; and "Day of Infamy" speech, 284; and the Lunar Receiving Laboratory, 235, 239-241; and Medal of Honor, 129, 130, 135, 137; and the presidential election of 1876, 255-256; and the Sand Creek massacre site, 97, 100, 106; and the standardization of time, 262, 265-266, 267, 268, 269n28

U.S. District Courts, 87, 94, 225

United States Government Manual, 2001/2002 edition, 297

U.S. House of Representatives, 240; Committee on Science and Astronautics, 239-240; Un-American Activities Committee, 257

U.S. Marine Corps, 270-276

U.S. Military Academy, 58

U.S. Mint, 222

U.S. Naval Academy, 160

U.S. Naval Observatory, 263, 264-265, 266-267, 268; image of, 262

United States Navy, and African Americans, 152-153, 155-167; Asiatic Fleet, 109, 112; and censorship in World War II, 24; in the Civil War, 152-153, 155-167, 169-179, 184; and Confederate Marine Corps records, 294; and standardization of time, 263; and strategic cooperation with the Army, 169-179

U.S. Senate, 240; Committee on Aeronautics and Space Science, 240

U.S. Signal Service, 264, 265

University of California (Berkeley), 54

University of California (San Diego), Supercomputer Center, 54

University of Florida, 143

University of Iowa, 152

University of Maryland (College Park), 54

University of Urbino, Italy, 54

University of Washington Press, 62, 141

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Valenti, Jack, 14

Valuska, David L., 156, 165n5

Van Ranke, Leopold, 254

Velarde, Pfc. Ray P., 40, 42

Venable, Lt. Nathaniel E., 292

Vietnam War, 254-255; records relating to declassified, 143

Virginia, 172-173, 177

Virginia Volunteer Navy Company, 188

Vishniac, Wolf, 245

Vogel, Maj. Gen. Clayton B., 271-272

"Voyage of the 'Coolie' Ship Kate Hooper, October 3, 1857-March 26, 1858, The," by Robert J. Plowman, 87-95

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Wales, Stephen B., 164

Walker, Frank, 80

Walker, Mary, 137; photo, 128

Wallace, George Corley, 7, 9-10, 11, 16, 17; photo, 10

Wallace, Henry A., 84; photo, 280

War crimes, 144, 208-212

War Department, 57, 171, 172, 173-175, 176, 177-178; and censorship of mail during World War II, 24; and Civil War Campaign Medal, 136; and Medal of Honor, 133, 135, 137, 138

War Department Collection of Confederate Records, Record Group 109, 293-294

"War on the Waters: Civil War Naval Operations" (symposium), 155

War Relocation Authority, 31-32

Ward, Geoffrey, 76

Washington, Bushrod, 75

Washington, D.C., 262, 263, 265, 266-267

Washington, George, 75

Washington Post, 80, 197

Watergate, 256

WBUR, Boston, Massachusetts, 300-301

Welch, Joseph, 205

Welles, Gideon, 156-157, 160, 166n12, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 177; port., 178

Welles, Sumner, 284

Wentworth, Col. Mark, 133-134

West Gulf Blockading Squadron, 158

Western Union Telegraph Company, 265, 266-267

Whitacre, Christine, "The Search for the Site of the Sand Creek Massacre," 97-107

White, Theodore, 17

White House Automatic Records Management System, 64

White House Central Files, opened, 143

White House Executive Committee of the National Security Council, 300

Whiting, Samuel, 184

Wilkins, Roy, photo, 7

Wilmington, North Carolina, 172, 173-174, 177, 178

Wilson, Henry, 130

Winship/PEN New England Award, 145

WNN Contractors, 241

Woman suffrage, 252-253

Woods, Cpl. Charles, 56, 58, 59-60

Working Group on Lunar Scientific Exploration, 236

World Trade Center, attack on, 232

World War II, 43, 144, 255; and censorship of enemy alien mail, 21-33; Navajo code talkers, 270-276; and war crimes, 208-212

World Wide Web, 65, 288-290, 300-301

Wright, Jay, 145

Wynkoop, Maj. Edward, 99; photo, 99

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Yarnell, Adm. Harry, 112, 115

Young, Charles, 58

Young, Whitney, photo, 7

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Zentay, John H., 65, 145

Zwicker, Gen. Ralph, 205; photo, 201

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