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The Still Picture Branch of the National Archives is excited to share more than 6,000 recently digitized photographs of U.S. Marine Corps activities in World War II and Korea. A large portion of this incredibl... The National Archives recently launched a new pathway to view and explore our records: the Record Group Explorer. This data visualization allows you to browse NARA’s holdings by Record Group. You can use it to g... In February of 1839, Portuguese slave hunters abducted a large group of Africans from Sierra Leone and shipped them to Havana, Cuba, a center for the slave trade. This abduction violated all of the treaties then in ex... Crowdsourcing is such a great way to improve access to your collections and inspire visitors. What types of projects have you done in the past? I enjoy working as part of a team. How can we work together to ensure the accuracy of our transcriptions? It’s Sunshine Week! While every day is a celebration of information access at the National Archives, Sunshine Week is an annual nationwide event celebrating freedom of information and open government. To... Check out our new transcription mission for Citizen Archivists and UFO enthusiasts! Help us transcribe information gathered by the Air Force about specific UFO sightings. Each file contains reports from UFO observers,... As part of the commemoration of the United States’ entry into World War I, archival units across the National Archives prioritized the digitization of Word War I records. The Records of Divisions, 1917 - 1920 se... Looking for a new virtual volunteer project? The featured project from the National Archives Innovation Hub involves logbooks of the US Coast Guard vessels that served in the Vietnam War. These vessels partic... Help us transcribe the millions of digitized pages of records in the National Archives Catalog. Transcription helps us improve search results and increase accessibility to our historical records. New to transcribing?... In commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, we invite you to tag selected records and photographs in the National Archives Catalog related to the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on December... April 6, 2017 marked the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into World War I. As we commemorate this event, we're asking for help from our Citizen Archivists to make records from World War I more discoverable. ... At the National Archives, we are committed to making the citizen archivist program a great experience for our virtual volunteers. That’s why today we are introducing our new Resources page on our Citizen Archivi... You did it! During last week’s Citizen Archivist Week of Service, more than 430 citizen archivists helped tag and transcribe more than 3,500 pages! Thanks to all of you for helping us reach (and surpass) our goa... April 6, 2017 marked the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into World War I. As the largest repository of American World War I records, the National Archives holds a wealth of records and information documenting the... The 21,655 photographs in this series depict all aspects of Sandia National Laboratories' unclassified work on nuclear weapons testing between 1972 through 1992 at the Nevada Test Site (NTS). Photographs refle...