Hello! I'm an historian with the Indiana Historical Bureau and I'm writing historical marker text for African American doctor and World War I veteran Joseph H. Ward. I'm hoping someone can direct me to his official rank at the time of his death (1956) because the sources I have conflict: headstone lists Lt. Col. newspaper articles later in… Show more
October 24, 2018 - Save the date! Sixth Annual Virtual Genealogy Fair Every year, the National Archives hosts a virtual Genealogy Fair via live webcast on YouTube. The sessions offer family history research tools on Federal records for all skill levels. Thousands of family historians participate in the live event. As a virtual attendee, you can:… Show more
What information does the National Archives have on the suffrage movement? Looking for primary sources on early women's voting rights before the 19th Amendment?
What states allowed women to vote before the passage of the 19th Amendment?
When looking for relatives I am finding that they are listed as either Mullato or Black. I was wondering if this is how they noted Native Americans.
If the Presidential Election of 1920 was the first following the ratification of the 19th Amendment, how many women voted in it?
Are these terms interchangeable? I know I've seen both, but I can't help but think "Smurfette" when I see the second one.
I'm interested especially in online resources. Can you point me in the right direction, please?
I am interested in employment opportunities in research and archiving. Any thoughts or suggestions? Thank you!
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I am interested in Congressional testimony by Military personnel regarding the Moro war