- Milestone Documents in the National Archives
More Perfect Union:
The Creation of the
Great Seal of the United
Judiciary Act of 1789
Bill of Rights
- The Right to Vote
- Prohibition: The 18th Amendment, the Volstead Act, the 21st Amendment
- Franklin D. Roosevelt's Inaugural Address of 1933
- Franklin D. Roosevelt's "Day of Infamy" Address of 1941 on War Against Japan
- A More Perfect Union: The Creation of the U.S. Constitution
|Milestone Documents in the National Archives|
This book features 22 of the most important "permanently valuable" records of the Federal Government--records that protect public and private rights or contain useful information for researchers and the general public.
Each chapter features a milestone document and includes other documents, maps, prints, photographs, posters, and cartoons selected from the National Archives holdings. The text and legends point up the significance of each document and place it in historical context.
8 1/2" x 11", 112 pages, 220 illustrations
National Archives and Records Administration, 1995
#100006 Softcover $12
Milestone Documents Booklets This series of booklets focuses on some of the great documents that have shaped the course of U.S. history.
Each booklet includes a historical introduction, a transcription, and a facsimile of the featured document.
|The Judiciary Act of 1789
8 1/2" x 11", 36 pages
National Archives and Records Administration, 1989
#200115 Softcover $3.50
|Prohibition: The 18th Amendment, The Volstead
Act, The 21st Amendment
8 1/2" x 11", 20 pages
National Archives and Records Administration, 1986
#200107 Softcover $3.50