Acknowledging our History: NARA’s facilities in Chicago

This post is another in my ongoing blog series that acknowledges the ancestral lands on which the National Archives’ buildings are situated across the country. This series of acknowledgements is a simple way to offer our recognition and respect to the people who once lived on these lands. The National Archives at Chicago and the … Continue reading Acknowledging our History: NARA’s facilities in Chicago

Acknowledging our History: The William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum, Little Rock, Arkansas

This post is another in my ongoing blog series that acknowledges the ancestral lands on which the National Archives’ buildings are situated across the country. This series of acknowledgements is a simple way to offer our recognition and respect to the people who once lived on these lands. The Clinton Library is located in Little … Continue reading Acknowledging our History: The William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum, Little Rock, Arkansas

Acknowledging our History: The Pittsfield Federal Records Center, Pittsfield, Massachusetts

This post is another in my ongoing blog series that acknowledges the ancestral lands on which the National Archives’ buildings are situated across the country. This series of acknowledgements is a simple way to offer our recognition and respect to the people who once lived on these lands. The Pittsfield Federal Records Center is located … Continue reading Acknowledging our History: The Pittsfield Federal Records Center, Pittsfield, Massachusetts

Fulbright-National Archives Heritage Science Fellowship

Earlier this year, the National Archives, the State Department, and the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board formalized a partnership to establish the first-ever Fulbright-National Archives Heritage Science Fellowship. Together with Marie Royce, then-Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs, and Paul Winfree, Chair of the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board, I signed a memorandum of … Continue reading Fulbright-National Archives Heritage Science Fellowship

Acknowledging our History: The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, Dallas, and the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, College Station Texas

This post is another in my ongoing blog series that acknowledges the ancestral lands on which the National Archives’ buildings are situated across the country. This series of acknowledgements is a simple way to offer our recognition and respect to the people  who once lived on these lands. Google map, pins indicating the locations of … Continue reading Acknowledging our History: The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, Dallas, and the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, College Station Texas

Acknowledging our History: The National Archives at New York City

This post continues my ongoing blog series that acknowledges the ancestral lands on which the National Archives’ buildings are situated across the country. This series of acknowledgements is a simple way to offer our recognition and respect to the people  who once lived on these lands. The National Archives at New York City is located … Continue reading Acknowledging our History: The National Archives at New York City

Acknowledging our History: The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library, Ann Arbor, and the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum, Grand Rapids, Michigan

This post continues my ongoing blog series that acknowledges the ancestral lands on which the National Archives’ buildings are situated across the country. This series of acknowledgements is a simple way to offer our recognition and respect to the people  who once lived on these lands. The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum is located in … Continue reading Acknowledging our History: The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library, Ann Arbor, and the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Here Rests in Honored Glory: Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Centennial Commemoration

2021 marks the centennial of the creation of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. On November 11, 1921, President Warren G. Harding officiated interment ceremonies at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.  President Harding delivering address in Amphitheater at Arlington National Cemetery, VA, 11/11/1921 National Archives Identifier 209279977 In commemoration of … Continue reading Here Rests in Honored Glory: Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Centennial Commemoration

Acknowledging our History: The National Archives at San Francisco and the San Francisco Federal Records Center, San Bruno, California

This post is another in my ongoing blog series that acknowledges the ancestral lands on which the National Archives’ buildings are situated across the country. This series of acknowledgements is a simple way to offer our recognition and respect to the people who once lived on these lands. Photo of the National Archives and Federal … Continue reading Acknowledging our History: The National Archives at San Francisco and the San Francisco Federal Records Center, San Bruno, California

The Importance of Acknowledging our History: The Richard M. Nixon Presidential Library and Museum

This post continues my ongoing blog series that acknowledges the ancestral lands on which the National Archives’ buildings are situated across the country. This series of acknowledgements is a simple way to offer our recognition and respect to the people  who once lived on these lands. Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum The Richard Nixon … Continue reading The Importance of Acknowledging our History: The Richard M. Nixon Presidential Library and Museum