Prologue Magazine

Index to Prologue, Volume 39: 2007


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82nd Airborne Division, 2-18–25

"82nd Airborne's 'Jumping JAG', The," by Fred L. Borch, 2-18–25

"200th Anniversary of the Survey of the Coast, The," by John Cloud, 1-24–33

"1783: Subject or Citizen?" exhibit, 4-70

ABC Radio News, 4-39

"ABCs of Modern Fire Suppression in Cultural Institutions, The," conference, 4-57

Access to Archival Databases, 3-61

Achenbach, Gunter, 4-20, 4-21–22; photo, 4-19

Adams, John, 2-28

Adams, John Quincy, 4-30–31

Adjutant General's Office, 1-51; Freedmen's Branch, 1-67

Advocate, The, 2-24

African Americans, courts-martial of, 1-60–61; discrimination against by the U.S. military, 1-60–61; during the Civil War, 2-57–62; education of, 2-58, 2-60; ex-slave pension movement, 1-68–69; and the Freedmen's Bureau, 1-67; genealogical resources, 2-57–63, 4-59; history of, 3-75; marriage records, 2-60, 4-59; records relating to microfilmed, 3-54, 4-59

Air Force Judge Advocate General's Corps, 2-20

Akerson, George, 3-13

Alabama, 2-62

Alaska, coastal survey of, 1-27, 1-29

Albaugh, Jim, 2-74; photos, 1-71, 4-71

Alexander, Lamar, photo, 4-71

Alger, James, 1-12

Allen, Lt. Col. Nicholas E., 2-18–25; photos, 2-18, 2-21, 2-23

Allis, Sam, 4-38

American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of Artistic and Historic Monuments in War Areas, 2-72

American flag, 2-8, 2-10; illus., 2-7

American Institute for Conservation and Heritage Preservation, 3-56

"American Mysteries, Riddles, and Controversies!" by Timothy Walch and Maureen Harding, 2-6–10

"American Mysteries, Riddles, and Controversies!" exhibit, 2-6–10

American Red Cross, 3-25–29

Amidon, Audrey, photo, 3-54

Analog computers, 1-30, 1-31, 1-32

Anderson, Aileen, photo, 3-26

Andress, William W., 2-60

Annan, Kofi, 1-65; photo, 1-65

Annual Report of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands (1865), 2-58

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs,4-28

Annual Report of the Secretary of War (1863), 2-58

Archival Research Catalog, 3-55

Arkansas, 2-57, 2-58, 2-60, 2-62

Army Counterintelligence Corps, 4-43

Artworks, 2-72

AT&T, 2-69

Atlanta Journal and Constitution, 4-7

Atlantic coast, surveying of, 1-24–26

Attorneys, 3-62

Audiovisual records, 4-36–40

Aviation maps, 1-31

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Bache, Alexander Dallas, 1-26–27, 1-29; photo, 1-28

Baer, Thomas H., 4-42, 4-44

Bainbridge, Capt. William, 1-17, 1-18, 1-21; portrait, 1-18

Baker, Howard, 2-16–17

Baker, Howard, photo, 3-43

Baker, Col. Lafayette C., 3-17, 3-18, 3-20

Baker, Newton, 2-46

Bammel, Otto, 2-17

Ban Ki-Moon, 4-4

Barbie, Klaus, 4-44

"Bard Meets the Beltway, The," 1-71

Barron, Commodore James, 1-17

Barton, Clara, 1-54

Battle of the Bulge, 2-24

Bell, George, 3-49

Bellardo, Lewis, 3-69; photo, 3-69

Bendetti, Donald L., photo, 3-5

Beneš, Eduard, 4-23, 4-24, 4-25–26

Ben-Veniste, Richard, 4-42, 4-44

Berlin, Frederick, 1-56

Berlin, Germany, 2-12–17

Berlin Wall, 2-12–17; photos, 2-12–13, 2-17

Berryman, Clifford, 4-70

Bigfoot, 2-8, 2-9–10

Bigley, Daniel R. P., 3-18, 3-19

Billy the Kid, 2-8, 2-9

Biological warfare, 1-66

Birth control, 2-41, 2-47

Black Beaver's Spy Company, 4-48, 4-51

Black Hawk War, 4-48

Black Studies: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications, 4-59

Blanca Zander White v. Alfred White, 3-61

Blue, Maj. Uriah, 4-47

Board of Geographic Names, 1-31

Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, Austin, 2-69

Boeing Company, 1-45, 2-68–69, 2-74–75, 3-75

Boeing Learning Center, 1-44–48

Bohemia, 4-18, 4-23, 4-25, 4-26

Borch, Fred L., "The 82nd Airborne's 'Jumping JAG'," 2-18–25; photo, 2-25

Botstein, Sarah, 4-36, 4-38, 4-39, 4-40

Bounty land warrants, 4-48, 4-50, 4-51

Boylan, Richard, 1-60–61

Brady, Hugh, 2-58, 2-60

Brandenburg Gate, 2-12–13, 2-16, 2-17; photo, 2-12–13

Brezhnev, Leonid, photo,F 3-39

Brinker, Nancy, 4-4

British intelligence operations, 4-44

British navy, and the War of 1812, 1-17–22

Brothertown tribe, 4-30–31, 4-32, 4-33

Brown, John, photo, 2-48

Brown v. Board of Education, 4-56, 4-59

Buchanan, James, 2-34, 2-35–36

Buck, Solon T., 4-8

Bureau of Indian Affairs, 4-28, 4-29–30, 4-50, 4-51

Bureau of Pensions, and the ex-slave pension movement, 1-68–69

Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, 1-67, 3-54; Pre-Bureau records, 2-57–62; field office records, 1-67, 2-58, 2-60, 4-59

Burnes, Brian, Great Plains Originals: Historic Documents from America's Heartland, 1-66

Burns, Ken, 4-36, 4-38, 4-39

Bush, George H. W., 1-41–42, 4-70; papers published, 4-59; photos, 1-42

Bush, George W., 1-42; photos, 1-42

Butler, Stuart, "Diplomacy and Duels on the High Seas," 1-16–22; photo, 1-21

Butterfield, Alexander, 3-44, 3-48

Byrd, Robert C., 2-68

Byrd Polar Research Center, Ohio State University, 4-53

Byrnes, James F., 4-24

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Calhoun, John C., 4-28

Canada, 4-4, 4-5

Captured German documents, 4-18–26

Carter, Jimmy, 1-40; photo, 1-40

Carter, Samuel, 1-9

Cartography, 1-24–33

Cartoons, 4-70

Cartter, David Kellogg, 2-35; photo, 2-34

Catusco, Pvt. Carmine, 4-21; photo, 4-24

Cazort, Jane, photo, 3-28

Center for the National Archives Experience, 4-70

Central Intelligence Agency, 4-42, 4-43, 4-44

Chambers, Selvin, 3-75; photo, 3-75

Chapin, Dwight, photo, 3-42

Chapman, Mary Lou, photo, 3-28

Chase, Salmon P., 2-32–33, 2-35; photo, 2-33

"Chasing Technology," by Steve Greene, 2-48–55

Cherokee Nation, 4-47

Chesapeake, USS, 1-17

Chesapeake Bay, mapping and monitoring of, 1-29; and the War of 1812, 1-18

Chevy Chase Bank, 4-70

Chicago Tribune, 2-30, 2-32, 2-35, 2-40

Chickasaw Indians, 4-47

Chicks, Jacob, 4-33, 4-35

Chicks, John, 4-33

Chicks, Joseph, 4-35

Choctaw Indians, 4-47–48

Citing Records in the National Archives, 2-71

Civic education, 1-4–5, 1-44–48, 2-5, 2-68, 2-74–75

"Civic Education: Lighting the Path to the Future," by Allen Weinstein, 1-4–5

Civil court records, 3-61

Civil War, and African American refugees, 2-57–63; and D.C. courts, 2-27–36; documents relating to recovered, 3-69; and habeas corpus, 2-28–31; indemnity claims, 1-53–54, 1-56; and Lincoln's use of the telegraph, 2-64–65; naval blockade of the Confederates, 1-27; pension claims, 1-51, 1-53; petitions for relief from court-martial sentences, 1-54; spies, 3-16–23

Civil War Conservation Corps, 3-54

Claims, war damages, 2-23; World War II, 2-23

"Clara Pix Ritter: Confederate Agent," by Lee A. Gladwin, 3-16–23

Clavell, Capt. John, 1-18–19

Clay, Lt. Gen. Lucius, 4-20

Cleveland, Grover, 2-36

Clinton, William J., 1-42–43; photos, 1-43, 3-40

Cloud, John, "The 200th Anniversary of the Survey of the Coast," 1-24–33; photo, 1-33

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1-26, 1-29–30, 1-31, 1-32

Coast Survey, 1-26–33

Cocheu, George W., 4-8

Cold War, and war criminals, 4-42–45

Coleman, Julia, 1-40

Colin P. Kelly, SS, 4-7

Collins, Grace, 3-62–63

Collins, James P., "Native Americans in the Antebellum U.S. Military," 4-46–51

Colot, Thora, photo, 4-71

Comingo, Abram, 1-53–54

Commerce, U.S. Department of, 1-30, 1-32

Commission on Fish and Fisheries, 1-29

Communist Party in Czechoslovakia, 4-24–25, 4-26

Compiled military service records, 2-60, 4-46, 4-59

Confederate Army personnel records, 2-71

Confederate Navy personnel records, 2-71

Confederate Marine Corps personnel records, 2-71

Congressional Information Service (CIS) U.S. Serial Set Index, 1789–1969, 1-58

Connecticut, 1-6–15

Connecticut, USS, 4-71

Connecticut Historical Society Museum, 1-11, 1-12, 1-14

Constellation, USS, 1-17–21; portrait, 1-20

Cook, Frederick A., 4-52–53

Corps of Cherokee Indians, 4-47

Correspondence and Case Files of the Bureau of Pensions Pertaining to the Ex-Slave Pension Movement, 1892–1922, microfilm publication, 1-68–69

Coulson, Adolphus, 3-60–61

Counter Intelligence Corps, 4-18

Courts-martial, 2-23; petitions for relief from sentences and penalties from, 1-54; after World War II, 1-60–61

Cowell, Bill, photo, 3-46

Cox, Tricia Nixon, 3-38; photo, 3-33

Craig, Robert W., 1-13

Crawford, Thomas, 2-33

Creek Indian War of 1813–1814, 4-47

Creek Indians, 4-47–48

Creek War of 1836, 4-48

Criminal court records, 3-59–61

C-SPAN, 1-5, 4-57

CustomFlix, 4-56–57

Customs records, 1-10–11

Czechoslovakia, 4-18–26

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Dallek, Robert, Nixon and Kissinger: Partners in Power, 3-37, 3-64–65; photo, 3-64

Danford, Lorenzo, 1-54

Darnell, Shelby, 4-7

Davidson, George, 1-27

Davis, Garrett, 2-33–34

Decater, Stephen, 1-17

Declassified records, 1-66, 2-5, 2-69, 4-42–45

Deeben, John P., "A Final Appeal to Capitol Hill," 1-51–59; photo, 1-58

Defense Research and Engineering Network, 2-68

Delaware Indians, 4-46, 4-51

Democratic Party, and D.C. courts, 2-33–34, 2-35–36; and judges, 2-27, 2-32, 2-33–34, 2-35–36; during the Civil War, 2-27, 2-32, 2-33–34

DeWine, Michael, 4-44

Dickerson, Isaiah H., 1-68, 1-69

"Digging Deep at the National Archives," 4-36–40

Digital Asset Management, 2-55

Digital records, 3-54

"Diplomacy and Duels on the High Seas," by Stuart Butler, 1-16–22

"Discovery: 1798 Federal Direct Tax Records for Connecticut, A," by Judith Green Watson, 1-6–15

Distinguished Foreign Visitors Program, 4-4

District of Columbia, 2-62; courts, 2-33–36; in the Civil War, 2-27–36; judges, 2-27, 2-28–36

Dix, Dorothea, 1-54, 2-40

Dix, Maj. Gen. John A., photo, 3-21

Documentary films, 4-36–40

Dodge, Henry, 4-33

Dolan, Tony, 2-15, 2-16, 2-17

Doty, James Duane, 4-33

Douglass, Frederick, 1-68–69

Drábek, Jaroslav, 4-26

Drummond, Kenneth, photo, 3-54

Duberstein, Kenneth, 2-17

Duels between ships, 1-16–21

Dunlop, James, 2-30, 2-31, 2-33

Dunn, Jennifer, 4-70

Durham Western Heritage Museum, Omaha, Nebraska, 2-69

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library, 4-7, 4-8–9; educational programs, 1-4

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Earhart, Amelia, 2-8, 2-9, 2-10

Eastman, George, photo, 2-50

Eaton, John, 4-31

Ecker, Pvt. John, 4-21; photo, 4-24

Edison, Thomas Alva, photos, 2-49, 2-50

Ehrlichman, John D., photo, 3-42

Eichmann, Adolf, 4-44

Eisenhower, Dwight D., 1-39, 3-35, 4-7; photos, 1-36, 3-32

Eisenhower, Julie Nixon, 3-38; photo, 3-33

Electronic Access Project, 3-55

Electronic records, preservation of, 2-4, 2-68, 2-70, 3-55, 3-70

Electronic Records Archives, 2-4–5, 2-50, 2-55, 2-68, 3-69

Electronic Records Work Group, 3-69

Elgar, John, 1-55–56

Ellis, Albert G., 4-34

Ellis, Robert, "Looking for an Ancestor in the Panama Canal Zone, 1904–1914," 3-58–63; photo, 3-63

Elz, Dieter, 2-15

Elz, Ingeborg, 2-15, 2-17

Endocrinology, 2-41–42, 2-43, 2-44, 2-46

Environmental monitoring, 1-29, 1-32

Environmental Sciences Services Administration, 1-32

Ervin, Sam, 3-50; photo, 3-43

Espionage during the Civil War, 3-16–23

European monuments, 2-72

Euryalus, HMS, 1-17–21; illus., 1-16

Executions by the U.S. military, 1-60–61

Exhibits, 1-5, 1-34–43, 2-6–10, 2-68–69, 2-74, 4-70

Ex-slave pension movement, 1-68–69

"Eyewitness: American Originals from the National Archives," exhibit, 1-5, 1-70, 2-68–69, 2-74, 4-70

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Fablevision, 1-45

Fant, Handy B., 1-57

Farquhar, William H., 1-55–56

Fatal North, by Bruce Henderson, 4-52, 4-53

Fawcett, Sharon, photo, 3-5

"FDR Asks the Future for a Favor," by Lee Ann Potter, 4-6–9

Federal Bureau of Investigation, 4-43

Federal Hall National Memorial, New York City, 1-5

Federal Theatre Project, 1-71

Felt, W. Mark, 3-44, 3-47

"Final Appeal to Capitol Hill, A," by John P. Deeben, 1-51–59

Finding aids, 1-57–58, 1-66

Finding Information on Personal Participation in World War II, brochure, 3-71

Fire suppression methods, 4-57

"First Proposal, The," by Raymond H. Geselbracht, 4-11–17

First Seminole War, 4-47–48

Fischer, Ernst, 1-30

Fisher, George P., 2-35; photo, 2-34

Florentine Films, 4-38

Florida, 2-60

Florida Mounted Volunteers, 4-48

Flowers, Betty Sue, 1-65, 2-68

Foley, D. D., 2-29, 2-31

Footnote, Inc., 1-65

Ford, Gerald R., 1-39–40, 3-37, 3-65; memorial activities for, 1-64; photos, 1-39

Fort Monroe, Virginia, 2-62

Foundation for the National Archives, 1-5, 1-45, 1-70–71, 2-64, 2-68–69, 2-74–75, 3-74–75, 4-70–71

Fox-Movietone News, 4-38–39

France, American courts-martial for crimes in, 1-60–61

Frank, Karl Hermann, 4-18, 4-26

Franklin, John Hope, 3-75; photos, 3-75, 4-71

Franklin, John Whittington, photo, 4-71

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, 4-7, 4-8

Freedmen, during the Civil War, 2-57–62

Freedmen's Bureau, 1-67, 2-57–62, 3-54, 4-59

Freedmen's Bureau Field Office Records, brochure, 1-67

Freedom of Information Act, 2-4

Freud, Sigmund, 2-42

Fried, Ellen, "Interpreting the Interpreter," 1-60–61; "Lincoln and the Telegraph," 2-64–65; "The North Pole, Revisited," 4-52–53; "Power and Paranoia," 3-64–65

Fuller, Melville W., 3-60

Fulton, SSgt. Taylor R., 4-21, 4-22, 4-24, 4-26; photo, 4-21

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Gale, Col. Thomas, 4-47

Gallagher, Jim, photo, 3-75

Gallagher and Associates, 1-45

Gallatin, Albert, portrait, 1-8

Gallup, Col. George W., 1-51

Garfinkel, Steven, 4-42, 4-43

Gavin, Maj. Gen. James E., 2-18, 2-20, 2-21, 2-23–24; photos, 2-20, 2-23

Gearhart, Margaret, 3-27

Gehlen, Reinhard, 4-44

Genealogical research, 1-5, 1-51–59, 2-57–63, 3-58–63, 3-72–73, 4-46–51, 4-58, 4-60

General Land Office, 3-71–72, 4-58

General Services Administration, 3-37, 4-56

Geodesy, 1-26–33

George H. W. Bush Library, educational programs, 1-4

George W. Bush Library, 2-5

Georgia, 1-12, 1-14

Gerald R. Ford Library, educational programs, 1-4; exhibits, 1-5, 2-69; memorial activities for President Ford, 1-64

Gerald R. Ford Museum, exhibits, 1-70; memorial activities for President Ford, 1-64

German Navy, 1-66–67

Germany, 2-12–17, 4-18, 4-20–26

Geselbracht, Raymond H., "The First Proposal," 4-11–17; photo, 4-17

Gladwin, Arnold Lee, 3-22

Gladwin, Lee A., "Clara Pix Ritter: Confederate Agent," 3-16–23; photo, 3-23

Goodall, Jane, 2-10

Gorbachev, Mikhail, 2-13–17; photo, 2-16

Gordon, Capt. Charles, 1-17–21

Gould, John, 3-19, 3-20, 3-22

Government of the Canal Zone v. Adolphus Coulson, 3-60–61

Grant, Ulysses S., 2-65

Grants, 3-70, 3-75

Gray, L. Patrick, 3-44

Great Plains Originals: Historic Documents from America's Heartland, by Brian Burnes, 1-66

"Great White Fleet Sails, The," 4-72

Greeley, Horace, 2-32, 2-35

Greene, Steve, "Chasing Technology," 2-48–55; photo, 2-55

Griscom, Tom, 2-15, 2-16–17

Grove, Martha, photo, 2-74

Grover, Wayne C., 4-8–9

"Guadalcanal Record of Events," 2-76

Guggenheim, Charles, 4-39

Guides to Microfilmed Records of the German Navy, 1850–1945, 1-66–67

Guilloux, Louis, 1-60–61

Gulf Coast, surveying of, 1-27

Gulley, Marge, photo, 3-28

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Habeas corpus, writs of, 2-28–36

Haig, Alexander, 3-44, 3-50, 3-64; photo, 3-43

Haldeman, H. R., 3-45, 3-47, 3-48, 3-64, 3-65; photo, 3-42

Halleck, Maj. Gen. Henry, 3-76

Hamburg, Doris, 3-52, 3-53

Hampton Roads, Virginia, 1-17

Hannum, Ginny, photo, 3-28

Harding, Maureen, "American Mysteries, Riddles, and Controversies!" 2-6–10; photos, 2-10, 4-57

Harrell, Capt. Abram Davis, 1-57

Harrell, Helen, 1-57

Harriman, Gail, photo, 3-53

Harris, Ira, 2-33, 2-34

Harrison, John, 3-18, 3-19

Harry S. Truman Library, 1-65

Harvard Medical School, 2-41–42

Hassler, Ferdinand, 1-24, 1-26–27, 1-30, 1-33

Haynsworth, Mary, photo, 3-24

Hearlan, A. W., 2-57

Henderson, Bruce, True North: Peary, Cook, and the Race to the Pole, 4-52–53

Henderson Field, Guadalcanal, 2-76

Hendrick, Capt. Abner W., 4-47

Hendricks, James, 1-60–61

Hendricks, Solomon U., 4-31, 4-35

Herbert Hoover Library, 3-7; exhibits, 2-6–10

"Herbert Hoover's Boy Biographer," by Glen Jeansonne, 3-6–14

Heydrich, SS Lt. Gen. Reinhard, 4-18

Hilgard, Julius, 1-27

Hiss, Alger, 3-49–50

History Channel, 1-47

Hitler, Adolf, 4-44

Ho-Chunk tribe, 4-29, 4-30

Holtzman, Elizabeth, 4-42, 4-44

"Honoring a Sacred Obligation to History," by Allen Weinstein, 3-4–5

Hoover, Herbert, 1-31, 1-36, 3-6–14; photos, 1-34, 3-6, 3-10

Hoover, Ike, 3-13–14

Hoover, Lou Henry, 3-9, 3-14; photo, 3-10

Horsley, Michael, 3-55

House, Callie D., 1-68, 1-69

Huff, Preston, 2-70

Hufford, Harold E., 1-57

Humphreys, West Hughes, 2-28

Husseini, Amin el, 4-44

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Index to Compiled Military Service Records of Volunteer Soldiers Who Served During the Indian Wars and Disturbances, 1815–1858, microfilm publication, 4-48

Index to Compiled Military Service Records of Volunteer Soldiers Who Served During the War of 1812, microfilm publication, 4-47

Index to Compiled Military Service Records of Volunteer Soldiers Who Served with the United States Colored Troops, 2-60

Index to Indian War Pension Files, 1892–1926, microfilm publication, 4-51

Index to Mexican War Pension Files, 1887–1926, microfilm publication, 4-51

Index to War of 1812 Pension Application Files, microfilm publication, 4-50–51

Indian Wars, 4-46–48, 4-51

Insanity cases, 2-38–47, 3-61

Intelligence operations, records relating to, 4-42–45

Intercollegiate Studies Institute National Civic Literacy Board, 2-75

International Council of Archivists, 4-4

International Group for Historic Aviation Recovery (TIGHAR), 2-9

Internet, 1-5, 2-5, 2-68, 2-74, 4-57

Interpreter, The, by Alice Kaplan, 1-60–61

"Interpreting the Interpreter," by Ellen Fried, 1-60–61

Intertribal treaties, 4-29–35

Isbell, Lisa, photo, 3-53

Isthmian Canal Commission, 3-59

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Jackson, Andrew, 4-28–29, 4-31, 4-47

Jackson administration, 4-32

Japan, 1-66, 2-69, 2-76

Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Act of 2000, 4-42

Japanese War Crimes and Related Topics: A Guide to Records at the National Archives, 1-66

Jeansonne, Glen, "Herbert Hoover's Boy Biographer," 3-6–14; photo, 3-14

Jefferson, Thomas, 1-11, 1-24, 2-28

Jews, Nazi planning to persecute, 4-43–44

Jimmy Carter Library, exhibits, 1-5, 1-70, 2-69

John F. Kennedy Library, 1-64

John Hancock Financial Services, 3-75

Johnson, Lady Bird, 1-65, 3-68; photo, 1-65

Johnson, Lyndon B., 1-39, 3-5, 3-68; photos, 1-38

Joholske, Charles, photo, 3-53

Joline, Maj. Charles O., 3-18–19

Jones, E. Lester, 1-30, 1-31

Jones, William, 1-18

Judge Advocate General (Army), 1-60–61

Judge advocates, 2-18, 2-21

Judges, federal, 2-27–36

Judiciary Act of 1801, 2-28, 2-33

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Kansas, 4-32

Kansas City, Missouri, 4-56

Kansas City Star Books, 1-66

Kaplan, Alice, The Interpreter, 1-60–61

Kelly, Colin P., Jr., 4-6–9

Kelly, Colin P., Sr., photo, 4-7

Kelly, Colin P., III, 4-6–9; photos, 4-7, 4-8

Kelly, Marion Wick, 4-8; photo, 4-7

Kempf, Edward J., 2-42–47; photo, 2-47

Kennedy, John F., 1-39, 3-35, 4-70; photos, 1-37, 3-32

Kent, Connecticut, 1-7, 1-9, 1-10–11, 1-14, 1-15

Khrushchev, Nikita, 3-35; photos, 2-54, 3-34

Kissinger, Henry, 3-35, 3-37, 3-48, 3-50, 3-64–65; photos, 3-35, 3-49, 3-65

Kleiman, Miriam, "Rich, Famous, and Questionably Sane," 2-38–47; photo, 2-47

Kurtz, Michael, 4-38, 4-43

Kutler, Stanley, 3-37

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Ladies Home Journal, 3-27

Lady Bird Johnson Center, 1-65

Lamb, Brian, photo, 1-71

Land claims, 1-56

Larkin, Jack, 1-13

League of Women Voters, 2-41

Leeman, 1st Lt. William J. "Wayne," 4-21

Leff, Deborah, 1-64

Library and Archives Canada, 4-5, 4-70

Library of Congress, 4-53

Lidice, Czechoslovakia, 4-18

Life magazine, 3-27, 4-7

Life Saving Service, 2-71

Lighthouse Service, 2-71

Lincoln, Abraham, 2-6, 2-8, 2-27, 3-76; assassination of, 3-16–17; and D.C. courts, 2-34–35; and habeas corpus, 2-30–31; and judges, 2-27–28, 2-29, 2-30–36; and the telegraph, 2-64–65

"Lincoln and the Telegraph," by Ellen Fried, 2-64–65

"Lincoln's Own Words, Newly Discovered," 3-76

Lindbergh, Charles, Jr., 2-8; photo, 2-9

"Listening to Nixon," by Samuel W. Rushay, Jr., 3-42–51

Litchfield County, Connecticut, 1-7

Little Rock, Arkansas, 2-58, 2-60

"Looking for an Ancestor in the Panama Canal Zone, 1904–1914," by Robert Ellis, 3-58–63

Louisiana, 2-60, 2-62

Loyalty oaths, 2-35–36

Lyndon B. Johnson Library, educational programs, 1-4; farewell to Lady Bird Johnson, 3-68; Lady Bird Johnson Center, 1-65, 3-68; renovations, 1-65

Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation, 2-68

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Madison, James H., "Wearing Lipstick to War," 3-24–29; photo, 3-29

Main, Margee, photo, 3-26

Maine, 1-11, 1-14

Major McIntosh's Company of Creek Indians, microfilm publication, 4-47

Major Uriah Blue's Detachment of Chickasaw Indians, microfilm publication, 4-47

Maloney, Caroline, 4-44

Marcy, William L., 4-34

Marriage records, 2-58, 2-60, 3-59, 3-61, 3-62–63

Marriage Records of the Office of the Commissioner, Washington Headquarters of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, 1861–1869, The, microfilm publication, 2-60

Marsh, Charles, 3-7, 3-13–14; photos, 3-6, 3-8, 3-11

Marsh, William J., Jr., 3-7–14; photos, 3-6, 3-8, 3-11

Martin, Morgan L., 4-33, 4-34

Maryland, 1-11, 1-14, 1-29

Maryland Historical Society, 1-11, 1-14

Masaryk, Jan, 4-24, 4-25, 4-26

Massachusetts, 1-11, 1-14, 4-32

Massie, Thalia and Thomas, 2-43; photo, 2-43

"Mastering the Politics of Government," by James W. Oberly, 4-28–35

Mauthausen Concentration Camp Complex: World War II and Postwar Records, The, Reference Information Paper, 4-58–59

Mayflower, presidential yacht, 4-72

Maynard, Sarah, 1-51, 1-53

Maynard, Thomas, 1-51

McAfrey, Thomas N., 1-57

McCarter, Ed, 4-39–40

McCormick, Anita, 2-41, 2-42, 2-47

McCormick, Cyrus, 2-38, 2-40, 2-42

McCormick, Harold, 2-41, 2-42

McCormick, Katharine Dexter, 2-38–47; photos, 2-39, 2-41

McCormick, Stanley, 2-38–47; photos, 2-39, 2-40

McCullough, David, 1-4

McDevitt, James A., 3-17, 3-18

McGill, Capt. John F., 3-62–63

McGowan, William G., 2-74

McKean, David, 2-75; photo, 2-75

McLean, Edward Beal, and Evalyn Walsh, 2-45; photo, 2-45

McMahon, David, 4-40

McNarney, Gen. Joseph T., 4-23

McNatt, Missy, 1-44

McTague, Denning, 3-69

Meade, Gen. George, 3-76

Medill, William, 4-34

Meldrum, Jeffrey, 2-10

Mengele, Josef, 4-44

Menominee tribe, 4-29, 4-30–31, 4-35, 4-48

Mental illness, 2-38–47

Merrick, William Matthew, 2-26–36; photo, 2-26

Metcalfe, Mary, 3-27

Metoxen, John, 4-31, 4-35

Mexican War, 4-48, 4-51

Michigan, 4-30

Michigan Territory, 4-30

Microfilm publications, 1-68–69, 2-72–73, 3-54, 3-72–73; Alaska, 2-73; alien arrivals, 1-69, 2-73, 3-73; British Columbia, Canada, 2-73; Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, 1-69; Canada, 2-73, 4-60; captured German soldiers, 1-69; Certificates of Enrollment, 1-69, 2-73; Chinese passengers, 2-73; compiled military service records, 1-69, 3-73, 4-47; Connecticut, 4-60; crew lists, 1-69, 2-73; district court records, 4-60; draft cards, 1-69, 3-72–73; European Theater of Operations, World War II, 2-73; ex-slave pension movement, 1-68–69; Florida, 1-69; Freedmen's Bureau, 1-69, 2-37; Great Lakes, 2-73; headstones for military veterans, 2-73; Illinois, 3-72–73; Japan, 2-73; Louisiana, 4-60; Mediterranean Theater of Operations, World War II, 2-73; merchant vessels, 1-69; Michigan, 1-69, 3-73; military records, 1-69, 2-73, 3-72–73; Minnesota, 2-73; Missouri, 2-73; Montana, 2-73, 3-73; Mount Pleasant Indian School, 1-69; naturalization petitions, 4-60; New Jersey, 1-69; New York, 1-69, 2-73, 4-60; Office of Strategic Services, 1-69; Ohio, 4-60; passenger lists, 2-73, 4-60; propaganda, 1-69; Puerto Rico, 1-69; Revenue Cutter Shubrick, 1-69; Roberts Commission, 2-72; Texas, 3-73; Union soldiers, 1-69, 3-73; U.S. Colored Troops, 3-73; U.S. Navy muster rolls, 2-73; vessel arrivals, 4-60; vessel casualties, 2-73; Virginia, 1-69; Volunteer Union soldiers, 3-73; Wisconsin, 1-69, 2-73; World War II, 1-69, 2-73, 3-72–73

Military history, American, 1-60–61

Military intelligence operations, 4-18–26

Military personnel, Civil War, 2-28–29, 2-30; draft cards, 3-72–73; Native American, 4-46–51; records of, 2-71, 3-71; voting by, 2-23; World War II, 3-71, 3-72–73

Military Personnel Records Center, 2-5, 2-20, 2-71

Military Service Records at the National Archives, by Trevor K. Plante, 2-71

Miller, Peter, 4-38, 4-39

Miller, William, Jr., 1-11

Mills, Tom, 4-56

"Mini Page," 1-4

Minnesota, 4-34–35

Minthorn, John, 3-9

"Mission to Štĕchovice," by T. Dennis Reece, 4-18–26

Mississippi, 2-60, 2-62

Mississippi River, 1-31; map of flooding of, 1-31

Missouri, 1-53–54

Mladá Fronta, 4-25

Modern Archives Institute, 3-56, 4-4

Mohican Nation, 4-29–35

Monroe, James, 4-30, 4-31

Montague, William H., 1-11

Montour, Capt. John, 4-46

Moore, Michael T., 1-7, 1-10

Moravia, 4-18, 4-23, 4-25, 4-26

Morris, Mary A., 1-55

Morris, Gen. William W., 1-55

Morse, Jedidiah, 4-30

Morsell, James Sewall, 2-30, 2-31, 2-33

Motion pictures, 2-48, 2-51, 2-53–55, 3-54–55

Mr. Lincoln's T-mails: The Untold Story of How Abraham Lincoln Used the Telegraph to Win the Civil War, by Tom Wheeler, 2-64–65

Mueller, Heinrich, 4-44

Munsee tribe, 4-30–31, 4-34, 4-35

Murphy, Robert, 4-20–21, 4-23

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Naftali, Timothy, 3-4, 3-34, 3-41; photo, 3-5

Napier, Capt. Charles, 1-17–21; portrait, 1-17

Naranjo, Michael, 3-48–49; photo, 3-48

National Archives II, 4-4–5

National Archives and Records Administration, access to records, 2-4–5, 2-48–55; Archivist Achievement Awards, 3-70; audiovisual records, 2-48–55, 4-36–40, 4-56–57; Center for Legislative Archives, 1-57, 4-70; digitized records, 1-65, 2-50–55; document conservation laboratory, 3-56; educational programs, 1-4–5, 1-44–48, 2-5, 2-68, 2-74–75; electronic records vaults opened, 3-70; exhibits, 1-5, 2-74, 4-5; grants, 1-5; Independence Day ceremony, 3-75; and letter to the future from FDR, 4-7–9; microfilm publications, 1-68–69, 2-72–73, 3-54, 3-72–73, 4-60; mission, 3-5, 3-52, 3-55–56; Motion Picture Branch, 4-38; news and notices, 1-64–65, 2-68–70, 3-68–70, 4-56–57; and Nixon presidential materials, 3-4–5, 3-30–41, 3-42–51; partnerships, 1-4, 1-5, 3-69–70; photographic holdings, 4-36–40; Preservation Programs, 3-52–56; publications, 1-66–69, 2-71–73, 3-71–73, 4-58–60; receives award for records preservation work, 3-56; records management awards, 3-70; recovery of stolen documents, 3-69; Still Pictures Branch, 4-39–40; strategic goals, 2-4–5; web site, 3-61, 3-69, 4-57

"National Archives and the World, The," by Allen Weinstein, 4-4–5

National Archives Building, Boeing Learning Center, 2-68, 2-74–75, 4-71; Charles Guggenheim Center for the Documentary Film, 3-74; exhibits, 1-4, 1-5, 1-34–43, 4-70; Lawrence F. O'Brien Gallery, 1-5, 2-74, 4-70; Learning Center, 1-4, 1-44–48, 2-5, 2-68, 2-74–75; Public Vaults, 1-5; shop, 1-70, 3-74; visitors to, 4-4–5; William G. McGowan Theater, 2-74, 4-70

National Archives Experience, 1-4, 1-45, 1-70, 2-74, 3-74

National Archives Regional Archives System, Central Plains Region, 4-56; Great Lakes Region, 4-60; Great Plains Region, 1-66; Northeast Region (Boston), 1-7, 1-10; Southwest Region Federal Records Center, Fort Worth, Texas, 2-70

National Archives Trust Fund, 1-70

National Assessment of Educational Progress, 2-75

National Bureau of Standards, 1-30, 1-32

National Constitution Center, Philadelphia, 2-69

National Declassification Initiative, 2-5

"National Defense Test Day," 2-69

National Endowment for the Humanities, 2-68

National Ex-Slave Mutual Relief, Bounty and Pension Association of the United States of America, 1-68–69

National Historical Publications and Records Commission, grants, 3-70

National History Day, 1-5

National Institute of Standards and Technology, 1-30

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1-24, 1-29, 1-32–33

National Park Service, 1-5, 1-47

National Personnel Records Center, 4-36

National Recording Preservation Act of 2000, 2-69

National Recording Registry, 2-69

National security and classified records, 4-42, 4-45

National Security Council, 2-16, 2-17, 4-42

Native American, bounty land warrants for, 4-48, 4-50; intertribal treaties, 4-29–35; removal policy, 4-28–29, 4-32, 4-33–35; and treaty negotiations, 4-28–35; in the U.S. military, 4-46–51

"Native Americans in the Antebellum U.S. Military," by James P. Collins, 4-46–51

Naturalization Petition and Record Books for the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, Eastern Division, Cleveland, microfilm publication, 4-60

Naturalization records, 3-63

Nautical charts, 1-24–33

Navajo Indians, 4-48

Navy Department, 1-17–18

Nazi war crimes, records relating to, 4-18–26

Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records Interagency Working Group, 1-66, 2-69, 4-42–45

Nazi War Crimes Disclosure Act of 1998, 4-42

Netherlands, the, 2-23, 2-24

Neuro-Endocrine Research Foundation, 2-41–42

Nevarro, Capt. Eugene, 3-17–23

New Hampshire, 1-12, 1-14

New Jersey, 1-12, 1-14

New Mexico Volunteers, 4-48

New York, 1-11, 1-12, 1-14, 4-30, 4-32

New York City, 1-5

New York Evening Post, 2-32

New York Harbor, map of, 1-24

New York Herald Tribune, 3-7, 3-12–13

New York Post, 4-7

New York Times, 2-32, 2-46, 4-24, 4-53

New York World, 3-14

Newsreels, 4-38–39, 4-56–57

Nixon, Hannah, photo, 3-31

Nixon, Pat, 3-37; photos, 3-32, 3-33, 3-36

Nixon, Richard M., 1-32, 1-39, 3-4, 3-5, 3-64–65; photos, 1-38, 2-54, 3-30, 3-31, 3-32, 3-33, 3-34, 3-35, 3-36, 3-38, 3-40, 3-42, 3-43, 3-47, 3-48, 3-49, 3-50, 3-65; presidential records, 3-4, 3-5, 3-30–41, 3-42–51, 3-64; and the White House tapes, 3-42–51

Nixon and Kissinger: Partners in Power, by Robert Dallek, 3-37, 3-64–65

Nixon Center, 3-40–41

Nixon Presidential Materials Staff, 3-37, 3-41, 3-43, 3-46–51

"Nixon's Library Now a Part of NARA," by James Worsham, 3-30–41

Nokumura, 2-9

Noland, Ella, 4-12

North Carolina, 1-14, 2-62

"North Pole, Revisited, The," by Ellen Fried, 4-52–53

Northern Light Productions, 1-45

Novick, Lynn, 4-38

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Oberly, James W., "Mastering the Politics of Government," 4-28–35; photo, 4-35

O'Brien, Lawrence F., 2-74

O'Connor, Kathy, photo, 3-5

O'Driscoll, Mary, photo, 3-28

Office of Indian Affairs, 4-32

Office of Strategic Services, 4-43–44

Ohio State University, 4-53

Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, 1-13

Olin, Abram B., 2-35; photo, 2-34

Oneida Nation, 4-30–31

"Opening the Files on War Crimes," 4-42–45

Operation "Hidden Documents," 4-18–26

Operation Market Garden, 2-23–24

Organization Index to Pension Files of Veterans Who Served Between 1861 and 1900, microfilm publication, 2-60

Our President Herbert Hoover, by William J. Marsh, Jr., 3-7–14

Owen, 1st Lt. William J., 4-21, 4-22

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Pacific Coast, surveying of, 1-27

Palaček, Lt. General, 4-23, 4-24

Panama Canal Act of 1912, 3-59

Panama Canal Commission, 3-59

Panama Canal Zone, 3-58–63; courts, 3-59–63; map of, 3-58

Parachutists, 2-18, 2-20–21, 2-24

Paramount Newsreels, 4-38

Patents, claims regarding, 1-54, 1-55–56

Pathfinder (Coast Survey ship), illus., 1-29

Patterson, Robert P., 4-24

Patton, Gen. George S., 1-60

Payne, John, 1-9

Peary, Adm. Robert, 4-52–53

Peirce, Benjamin, 1-30

Pennsylvania, 1-11, 1-14, 1-53

Pension Bureau, 1-51, 1-53

Pensions, Civil War, 1-51, 1-53, 1-54–55, 1-57, 1-58; for ex-slaves, 1-68–69; military, 1-51, 1-53, 1-54–55, 1-57, 1-58; for Native American military personnel, 4-48, 4-50–51; War of 1812, 1-53, 4-50–51; widow's, 1-51, 1-53, 1-54–55

Peuser, Rick, 2-64

Photograph collections, 1-72, 4-36–40

Pickett, General George E., 1-54

Pierce, Franklin, 4-35

Pilesey, Capt. Wape, 4-47

Pincus, Gregory, 2-47

Pix, Matilda, 3-17, 3-18

Plante, Trevor K., Military Service Records at the National Archives, 2-71

Plimpton, George, 4-52

Polarus, USS, 4-52

Polk, James K., 4-34

Porter, Brig. Gen. Andrew, 2-29, 2-30; photo, 2-29

Porter, Felix E., 3-62

Porter, James, 4-33

Potawatomi Indians, 4-48

Potter, Lee Ann, "FDR Asks the Future for a Favor," 4-6–9; photos, 1-48, 4-9; "Sharing the Excitement of History," 1-44–48

Powell, Colin, 2-16, 4-9

Powell, Lazarus, 2-33

"Power and Paranoia," by Ellen Fried, 3-64–65

Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the United States House of Representatives, 1789–1946, by Buford Rowland, Handy B. Fant, and Harold E. Hufford, 1-57–58

"Preserving the Past, Keeping Pace with the Future," by Mary C. Ryan, 3-52–56

Presidential Archives Uncovered, podcast series, 4-57

"Presidential Film Favorites," film festival, 4-70

Presidential libraries, 2-5, 3-4–5, 3-30–41, 3-45, 4-57; educational programs, 1-4, 2-68; exhibits, 1-5, 1-34–43, 1-70, 2-6–10, 3-40

Presidential Libraries: History Uncovered, television series, 4-57

Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act, 3-37, 3-45, 3-46

Presidential records, 2-4, 2-68, 3-4–5, 3-30–41, 3-42–51

Presidential timeline, 2-68

Presidents, education of, 1-34–43; role of, 1-70

Pre–World War I Records of the Imperial German Navy and Its Predecessors, 1822–1919, 1-66–67

"Primarily Teaching," 1-4, 3-75

Primarily Teaching institutes, 1-47, 1-48

Probate court records, 3-61–62

"Progress Toward a Goal of Greater Access," by Allen Weinstein, 2-4–5

Property taxes, 1-7, 1-9

Psychoanalysis, 2-40, 2-42, 2-43–44, 2-45–47

Public Broadcasting Service, 4-36, 4-39

Public Citizen, 3-37

Public lands, 3-71–72

Public Papers of President George W. Bush, 4-59

Pueblo Indians, 4-48

Putnam, Thomas, 1-64; photo, 1-64

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Radio Acoustic Ranging (RAR), 1-30–31, 1-32

Ramirez M., Rafael, 3-62

Reagan, Nancy, photo, 3-28

Reagan, Ronald, 1-40–41, 1-43, 2-13–17, 2-70; photos, 1-41, 2-12, 2-15, 2-16

Reconstruction, 1-67

Records, access to, 2-4–5, 2-48–55, 2-68, 3-30–41

Records management, 3-70, 4-4

Records of District Courts of the United States, Record Group 21, 3-59

Records of the American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of Artistic and Historic Monuments in War Areas (The Roberts Commission), 1943–1946, microfilm publication, 2-72

Records of the German Navy, 1850–1945, Received from the United States Naval History Division, microfilm publication, 1-67

Records of the Internal Revenue Service, Record Group 58, 1-10

Records of the Mississippi Freedmen's Department ("Pre-Bureau Records"), Office of the Assistant Commissioner, Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, 1863–1865, microfilm publication, 2-62

Records of the Panama Canal Zone, Record Group 185, 3-59, 3-62

Records of the U.S. Customs Service, Record Group 36, 1-10

Records of the U.S. House of Representatives, Record Group 233, 1-57–58

Records preservation, 2-4–5, 2-48–55, 4, 2-70, 3-52–56, 3-70, 4-4–5, 4-57

Records Relating to Personal Participation in World War II: American Prisoners of War and Civilian Internees, 4-58

Records Relating to Personal Participation in World War II: "The American Soldier" Surveys, 4-58

Records Relating to Personal Participation in World War II: Military Awards and Decorations, 4-58

Red Cross, 3-25–29

Reece, T. Dennis, "Mission to Štĕchovice," 4-18–26; photo, 4-26

Reed, Holly, 4-40

Reed, William B., 2-32

Reid, Whitelaw, 2-33

Republican Party, and D.C. courts, 2-33–34; during the Civil War, 2-27, 2-32, 2-33–34; and judges, 2-27, 2-32, 2-33–34, 2-35

Research in the Land Entry Files of the General Land Office, reference information paper, 3-71–72

Researching Japanese War Crimes Records: Introductory Essays, 1-66

Revenue Cutter Service, 2-71

Revolutionary War, 4-46

Rhode Island, 1-12, 1-14

"Rich, Famous, and Questionably Sane," by Miriam Kleiman, 2-38–47

Richard, Capt. Stephen, 4-48

Richard M. Nixon Library, 2-5, 3-4, 3-5, 3-30–41, 3-45; exhibits, 1-5, 1-70, 2-69, 3-40; photo, 3-30; web site, 3-41, 3-50

Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace Foundation, 3-32, 3-34, 3-37–40

Richards, Capt. Stephen M., 4-21–22, 4-24, 4-26; photo, 4-24

Richardson, Elizabeth A., 3-25–29; photos, 3-24, 3-25, 3-26; portrait, 3-27

Ridgway, Maj. Gen. Matthew, 2-21, 2-23–24; photo, 2-20

Rittenhouse, Jessie B., 3-7

Ritter, Clara Pix, 3-16–23

Ritter, Henry T., 3-17, 3-18–23

Rivera, Henry M., 2-75; photo, 2-75

Robert E. Peary Collection, 4-52–53

Roberts, Paul, 4-7

Roberts Commission, 2-72

Robinson, Peter, "Tear Down This Wall," 2-13–17; photos, 2-15, 2-17

Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1-36–37, 4-70; and Colin P. Kelly, III, 4-6–9; "Day of Infamy" speech, 2-69; photos, 1-35, 2-69

Roosevelt, Theodore, 3-59, 3-62–63, 4-72

Ross, Betsy, 2-8, 2-10; photo of flag sewn by, 2-7

Rowland, Buford, Handy B. Fant, and Harold E. Hufford, Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the United States House of Representatives, 1-57–58

Rulli, Daniel, 1-45

"Running for Office: Candidates, Campaigns, and the Cartoons of Clifford Berryman," exhibit, 4-70

Rushay, Samuel W., Jr., "Listening to Nixon," 3-42–51; photos, 3-45, 3-51

Russell, William Howard, 2-31–32

Ryan, Mary C., "Preserving the Past, Keeping Pace with the Future," 3-52–56

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St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington, D.C., 2-40, 2-42; photo, 2-38

St. John, Timothy, 1-9

Sanchez, Manolo, 3-48; photo, 3-47

Sandy Hook Bay, map of, 1-25

Sandy Hook Light, illus., 1-25

Sanger, Margaret, 2-41, 2-47

Sargent, Maj. W. G., 2-57

Sasquatch, 2-9–10

Saulsbury, Willard, 2-33, 2-34

Scalia, Antonin, photo, 1-71

Schizophrenia, 2-40–41, 2-47

Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr., 1-4

"School House to White House," exhibit, 1-5, 1-70, 4-70

"School House to White House: The Education of the Presidents," 1-34–43

Schott, Charles Anthony, 1-27

Scientific instruments, 1-27, 1-29, 1-30, 1-31

Scott, James, 1-56

Scott, John, 1-56

Scully, Marion, 3-48; photo, 3-47

Second Florida War, 4-47–48

Seitz, Jennifer, photo, 3-55

Select Documents on Japanese War Crimes and Japanese Biological Warfare, 1-66

Selective Service System, 3-72–73

Seward, William H., 2-29, 2-30, 2-32; portrait, 2-29

"Shakespeare and the Federal Theatre Project," exhibit, 1-71

"Shakespeare in Washington" festival, 1-71

Shapiro, Lionel S. B., 4-18, 4-21, 4-24; photo, 4-24

"Sharing the Excitement of History," by Lee Ann Potter, 1-44–48

Sharp, Rebecca K., photo, 3; "'Their . . . Bedding is wet Their floors are damp'," 2-57–63

Shawano Indians, 4-47

Shorey, Capt. Will, 4-47

Shultz, George, 2-17

Silberbauer, 1st Lt. Leo A., 4-20; photo, 4-24

Simmons, Clarence, photo, 3-52

Slaves, enumeration of, 1-9; marriages of, 2-58; taxes on, 1-7, 1-9

Sleeper, Christine, photo, 3-28

Sound recordings, 2-50–51, 3-37, 3-39–40, 3-49–51, 3-54, 3-55

South Carolina, 2-62

Spiegel, Lt. Col. M. M., 4-21, 4-23; photo, 4-20

Spinner, Francis E., 2-32–33, 2-36; photo, 2-32

Spriggs, Lt. William S., 1-54

Stanton, Edwin M., 2-35

Štĕchovice, Czechoslovakia, 4-18–26

Steinhardt, Laurence A., 4-23, 4-24, 4-25

Stevenson, Eleanor, 3-27

Stockbridge Munsee Nation, 4-29–35

Stockbridge Nation, 4-30–31, 4-32–35, 4-47

Stoddard, Joshua C., 1-54

Sullivan, Rebecca, photo, 3-53

Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, 2-34–36

Surratt, John H., Jr., 3-16, 3-19–20, 3-22–23; photo, 3-18

Surratt, Mary Eugenia, 3-20, 3-22

Survey of the Coast, 1-24–33

Susser, Mark J., 4-45

Suydam, Anne and Henry W., 2-41

Svobodné Slovo, 4-26

"'Sweltering with Treason'," by Jonathan W. White, 2-27–36

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Tallmadge, John, 1-9, 1-11

Taney, Roger B., 2-34–35

Tax records, 1-6–15

Taylor, John, 3-34, 3-38, 3-39; photo, 3-5

Tazewell, Littleton Waller, 1-17–21; portrait, 1-18

Teaching American History grants, 1-5, 1-44–45

"Teaching With Documents" workshops, 1-45

"Tear Down This Wall," by Peter Robinson, 2-13–17

Technology, and records preservation, 2-48–55

Telegraph, 2-64–65

Tennessee, 1-11, 1-14, 2-60, 2-62

Texas, 4-48

Texas Instruments, 3-75

"'Their . . . Bedding is wet Their floors are damp'," by Rebecca K. Sharp, 2-57–63

Thomas, Adrienne C., 3-69

Thomas, Dean, 3-69; photo, 3-69

Thomas, Jim, 3-69; photo, 3-69

Thomas, Lowell, 4-7

Tide Prediction Machine, 1-30, 1-31

Time magazine, 3-44

Tittmann, Otto, 1-30

Tocqueville, Alexis de, 1-5

TOPICS Entertainment, 3-69–70

Trans-Mississippi West, 1804–1912, The, Part IV: A Guide to Records of the Department of the Interior for the Territorial Period; Section 3, Records of the General Land Office, 4-58

Treasury Building, Washington, D.C., photo of the construction of, 1-72

Treaty of Paris, exhibit about, 4-5, 4-70

Trowbridge, Eleanor, 3-74

True North: Peary, Cook, and the Race to the Pole, by Bruce Henderson, 4-52–53

Truman, Bess Wallace, 4-11–17; photos, 4-10, 4-13, 4-14, 4-15, 4-16, 4-17

Truman, Harry S., 1-5, 1-37, 1-39, 2-5; and Bess Wallace, 4-11–17; photos, 1-3, 4-11, 4-12, 4-14, 4-15, 4-17

Turk, David, 2-9

Tyler, John, 4-33

Tyler administration, 4-33

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Union Army, and freedmen, 2-57–58; underage enlistees, 2-28–29, 2-30

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 4-44

United Nations, 1-65

U.S. Air Force personnel records, 2-71

U.S. Army personnel records, 2-71

U.S. Coast Guard personnel records, 2-71

United States Colored Troops, 4-59

U.S. Commission for the Valuation of Lands and Dwelling Houses, and the Enumeration of Slaves, 1-9, 1-10–11

U.S. Congress, and the 1798 direct tax, 1-7, 1-11; and bounty lands, 4-50; and D.C. courts, 2-33–36; and federal judges, 2-32, 2-33–36; and Indian affairs, 4-28, 4-29, 4-33, 4-34; and pensions, 4-51; and war crimes, 4-42, 4-44

U.S. Congressional Serial Set,1-58

U.S. Constitution, and habeas corpus, 2-30–31; and the judiciary branch, 2-28, 2-29, 2-31, 2-32, 2-33

U.S. Customs Service, 1-10–11, 1-12

U.S. Department of Defense, 4-42

U.S. Department of Justice, 4-42, 4-59

U.S. Department of State, 2-16–17, 3-64, 4-42; and Nazi documents, 4-18, 4-20, 4-23–24

U.S. Department of the Interior, 4-58

U.S. Department of the Treasury, 1-9, 1-11, 1-30, 1-72

U.S. Forces European Theater, Operations Branch, Document Control Section, 4-18–26

United States Government Manual, 4-59–60

U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, 4-42

U.S. House of Representatives, Accompanying Papers File, 1-51–59; Committee on Indian Affairs, 4-29, 4-33; Committee on Invalid Pensions, 1-51; Committee on War Claims, 1-52, 1-53–54; Judiciary Committee, 1-52; petitions to, 1-51–59; private claims requests to, 1-51, 1-53–59

U.S. Marine Corps, 11th Marines, 2-76; First Marine Division, 2-76; personnel records, 2-71; in World War II, 2-76

U.S. Marshals Service, 1-12

U.S. Navy, 4-72; Allegany Ballistics Laboratory, 2-68; personnel records, 2-71

U.S. Secret Service, 3-17–18, 3-20, 3-44

U.S. Senate, Committee on Indian Affairs, 4-29–30, 4-33, 4-34; Judiciary Committee, 1-52; petitions to, 1-52–53

U.S. Supreme Court, and the Panama Canal Zone, 3-60; and presidential records, 3-37, 3-45; and the White House tapes, 3-45

United States v. The Amistad 4-59

Universal Newsreels, 4-38, 4-57

University of Texas at Austin, 1-65, 2-68

University of Virginia, Miller Center for Public Affairs, 3-50

Urquhart, Sgt. Philip J., 4-21, 4-22, 4-24, 4-26

UTOPIA, 2-68

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Van Rensselaer, Margaretta, 1-55

Van Rensselaer, Solomon, 1-55

Vaughan, Walter R., 1-68

Vermont, 1-12

Vicksburg, Mississippi, 2-60

Vietnam: A Retrospective, set of DVDs, 3-69–70

Vietnam War, 3-48, 3-50, 3-51

Virginia, 1-11, 1-12, 1-14, 1-29, 2-60, 2-62

Vital, Sgt. Antoine, 4-21; photo, 4-24

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Wacker, Peter O., 1-13

Waffen, Les, 4-38

Walch, Timothy, and Maureen Harding, "American Mysteries, Riddles, and Controversies!" 2-6–10; photo, 2-10

Waldheim, Kurt, 4-44

Walker, Lewis Emery, 1-72; photo by, 1-72

Wallace, Bess, 4-11–17; photos, 4-10, 4-13, 4-14, 4-15, 4-16, 4-17

Wallace, Madge, 4-12

Wallenberg, Raoul, 4-44

War, The, documentary film series, 4-36–40

War crimes, World War II, 1-66; records relating to, 4-18–26, 4-42–45, 4-58–59

War Department, and American Indians, 4-28, 4-30; and Civil War contraband camps, 2-57–58; and Nazi documents, 4-23

War of 1812, 1-16–22; indemnity claims, 1-53; and Native Americans, 4-47, 4-50–51; pension claims, 1-53, 4-50–51

Warner, Robert, 2-70; photo, 2-70

Warren, Connecticut, 1-7, 1-9, 1-10–11, 1-14, 1-15

Washington, Bvt. Lt. Col. J. M., 4-48

Washington, D.C., judges, 2-33–34; tourism initiatives and the National Archives, 1-71

Washington Evening Star, 2-32, 2-35

Washington Post, 3-44, 4-38

Watergate scandal, 3-35, 3-37, 3-40, 3-41, 3-44–47, 3-49–51, 3-65

Watson, Maj. Gen. Edwin M., 4-8

Watson, Judith Green, "A Discovery: 1798 Federal Direct Tax Records for Connecticut," 1-6–15; photo, 1-13

"Way We Worked, The," exhibit, 4-70

"Wearing Lipstick to War," by James H. Madison, 3-24–29

Weaver, L. E., 2-62

Weichmann, Louis J., 3-20, 3-22; photo, 3-22

Weinberg, David, 3-70

Weinberg, Gerhard L., 4-44

Weinstein, Allen, 1-64, 1-65, 1-66, 2-68, 2-69, 2-70, 2-74, 3-34, 3-39, 3-41, 3-69, 3-70, 4-43, 4-56, 4-57; "Civic Education: Lighting the Path to the Future," 1-4–5; "Honoring a Sacred Obligation to History," 3-4–5; "The National Archives and the World," 4-4–5; photos, 1-4, 1-70, 1-71, 2-4, 3-4, 3-5, 3-69, 4-71; "Progress Toward a Goal of Greater Access," 2-4–5

Weissenbach, Karl, 3-37

Welles, Gideon, 2-28

West Coast Survey, 1-27

West Virginia, 2-68

West Virginia University, 2-68

Wheeler, Tom, 1-70, 2-74, 2-75, 3-74, 3-75, 4-70; interview with, 2-64–65; photos, 1-70, 1-71, 2-74, 3-74, 4-71

White, Alfred, 3-61

White, Blanca Zander, 3-61

White, Jonathan W., "'Sweltering with Treason'," 2-27–36; photo, 2-36

White, William Alanson, 2-40, 2-41, 2-42, 2-43, 2-44, 2-45, 2-46–47; photo, 2-40

White House tapes, 3-37, 3-39–40, 3-42–51

Whittington, George, 1-61

Wilding, Russell, 1-65

William Jewell College, Missouri, 1-53–54

Wilson, Henry, 2-34

Wilson, Ian, 4-5

Winnebago Indian Disturbance, 4-48

Winnebago tribe, 4-29, 4-30

Wisconsin, 4-29, 4-30–35

Witty, Anne, photo, 3-53

Wolcott, Oliver, Jr., 1-9, 1-11, 1-12; portrait, 1-8

Wolford, Frank, 1-51

Woman suffrage movement, 2-41

Women, as property owners, 1-13

Worcester State Hospital, 2-42, 2-47

Works Progress Administration, 1-10

World War I, and the Coast Survey, 1-30–31

World War II, and the 82nd Airborne Division, 2-18, 2-20–24; and American Red Cross volunteers, 3-24–29; battlefield promotions, 2-18, 2-20, 2-23–24, 2-25; and the Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1-31–32; courts-martial during, 1-60–61, 2-23; damage claims, 2-23; documentary film series about, 4-36–40;draft cards, 3-72–73; and Guadalcanal, 2-76; Japanese war crimes, 1-66, 2-69; photographic records, 4-36–40; and protection and salvage of artwork and monuments in war areas, 2-72; records declassified, 2-69; records relating to personal participation in, 3-71, 4-36, 4-58; records relating to war crimes, 4-18–26, 4-42–45

World War II Draft Cards (Fourth Registration), for the State of Illinois, microfilm publication, 3-72–73

Worsham, James, "Nixon's Library Now a Part of NARA," 3-30–41

Wren, Christopher, 1-33

Wright, Charles Alan, photo, 3-43

Wylie, Andrew, 2-35, 2-36; photo, 2-34

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