Take this photograph of suffragist Alison Turnbull Hopkins () from 1917. The National Archives has tools to help novice and younger students analyze primary source documents. #TeachingTuesday #ArchivesAtHome
In these final two days of #WomensHistoryMonth , let's not forget the role of women in WWII. Here is is a photo of two women who served as machine gun instructors. Photo collection: National Archives “Women in the Military”
14/x More collaborators in the Internet Archives#WARPROFITEERING . Boycott these libraries. Withhold funds. Ban stimulus funds for endorsing mass copyright infringement of authors in the name of "National Emergency Library "
We've launched a new email newsletter, full of history-based activities to do and resources to explore on the National Archives website. Take a virtual tour of #RightfullyHers , watch a public program, or explore a Presidential Library! #ArchivesAtHome
An "endling" is the last known individual of a species or subspecies. Once the endling dies, the species becomes extinct. This is Benjamin, the last known Tasmanian tiger, photographed in 1933. (Credit: National Archives of Australia)
We made a mistake. As the National Archives of the United States, we are and have always been completely committed to preserving our archival holdings, without alteration.
The National Archives is supposed to capture history, not erase it. Any one who was a part of this should see their job become history.