• How to Tag Documents in the National Archives Catalog

    Tagging is a fun and easy way for you to help make National Archives records found more easily online. By adding keywords, terms, and labels to a record, you can do your part to help the next person discover that reco...
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  • How To Log Into the National Archives Catalog to Transcribe Documents

    Help us transcribe some of the millions of digitized pages of records in the National Archives Catalog. Transcription is an important way for us to improve search results and increase accessibility to our historical r...
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  • Featured Records

    Please help us work on these records. We will work to refresh this list as records are transcribed. "The Children's Charter" recognizing the rights of children, 4/7/1931. Transcribe this record. Activity Report of V...
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  • Help Transcribe War Dept Records, 1784-1800

    For the past five year years at George Mason University, the Papers of the War Department 1784-1800 project (http://wardepartmentpapers.org) has been using community sourced transcription to rebuild a collection thoug...
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  • Help Transcribe African American History Records

    Help us welcome our new neighbors in Washington, DC, the National Museum of African American History and Culture by transcribing African American history records.   Learn How to Start Transcribe Now   Do ...
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