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I have two issues re:lated to transcribing for Citizen Archivists. The first I figured out, but it's still annoying. When I first sign in via the National Archives home page, I get this message on the screen: The first several times, I kept trying to log in again. Then I noticed the upper right ribbon that shows I am signed in. So why do I… Show more
I'm looking to find the response to a question asked to a specific person during their confirmation hearings. How can I find the records/transcripts of that hearing?
How do I request entire civil court case files from the Supreme Court? The case name is Tennessee v Garner 471 U.S. 1 (1985). In order to request the information from the state court (even though what I need is the entire case file from the Supreme Court), how can I find the following information about the TN v Garner case? State in which the… Show more
Any documents on Theodore Roosevelt’s policies/opinions on Russo-Japanese War?
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I have a document that uses footnotes at the bottom of the page. How do you indicate the footnote notation in text and then below the text?
I am looking for information about James Sharp (1733 - ?) and his wife, Elizabeth Baker (1735 - 1820). She died in Bourbon County, KY. They had five sons - Joseph William, Ephraim, James, Stephen and George. Please help!
A family member has told me that a history of the Clements' family of Essex County, VA, is held in loose file in the Archives. Can you help me find this?
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Hi, everyone. This is my first time transcribing, and I have a printed text that has footnotes. I saw items of marginalia, but I did not see anything about footnotes. How have you transcribed a footnote within the text?