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New to research or having trouble with a topic? Find help here. Explore, transcribe, and tag digitized images of manuscripts and typed materials from the Library’s collections. Everyone is welcome to take part! Improve search, readability, and access to handwritten and typed documents at crowd.loc.gov. There is a wealth of information to be found. Share your successes and find help to get past roadblocks. Help for civilians and veterans searching for information and records of the Army, Air Force, War Department, Department of Defense & Intelligence organizations from the Revolutionary War to the present. This community is for immigrant related records. The National Archives maintains records of passenger arrival manifests and border crossings, naturalization proceedings, alien registrations, travel documents, enemy alien regulations, immigrant exclusion programs, and other immigrant research topics. This community is for military, Official Military Personnel Files (OMPF), civilian, Official Personnel Files, (OPF), and auxiliary military and civilian personnel records. The accessioned OMPF, OPF, and auxiliary military and civilian personnel records that are open to the public are primarily s... Questions relating to foreign policy and diplomacy of the United States, including records from the Department of State and related foreign affairs agencies. Ask an expert questions about land records, especially the land entry case files that contain a wealth of genealogical and legal information. This community is for records relating to the US Navy, US Marine Corps and US Coast Guard. The National Archives maintains the records of these agencies from their establishments onwards. These records reflect the evolution from the Revolutionary privateers and Continental Navy to the project po... Questions on Federal census records including population and non-population schedules of agriculture, manufacturing, mortality, social statistics, and others. Not sure how to get started? We're here to help. Meet other citizen archivists who transcribe documents and find or post new transcription challenges. Records of the House of Representatives, Senate, and legislative branch organizations and commissions. We can help answer your questions about the 19th Amendment and the history of the rights of women. Questions on Federal court records including: U.S Supreme Court, U.S. Courts of Appeals, U.S. District Courts, U.S. Circuit Courts, U.S. Territorial Courts, and U.S. Bankruptcy Courts. Ask questions and share information about locating and retrieving federal Native American Records. Many materials from the Executive Office are preserved, maintained, and available to the public.