Prologue Magazine

Summer 2002, Vol. 34, No. 2

Essays Summer 2002 Prologue Cover

Race, Nationality, and Reality: INS Administration of Racial Provisions in U.S. Immigration and Nationality Law Since 1898
Marian L. Smith

Revisiting Korea: Exposing Myths of the Forgotten War
James I. Matray

J. D. Givens: A Personal and Professional History
John Martini

Features

Prologue in Perspective: Developing a New National Archives Experience
John W. Carlin

Archivist's Perspective: Nazi Looted Art: The Holocaust Records Preservation Project
Anne Rothfeld

Our Heritage in Documents: Declaring Independence in Deed and Word: Six Noted Historians Add Insights to the Story of the First Fourth of July

Spotlight on NARA: The Freedmen's Bureau Preservation Project
Reginald Washington

Genealogy Notes: The 1930 Census in Perspective
David Hendricks and Amy Patterson

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