Prologue Magazine

Fall 2006: Vol. 38, No. 3

detail of newspaper clipping headline Prelude to McCarthyism: The Making of a Blacklist
In the early days of the Cold War, the Attorney General draws up a list that sets the boundaries for loyalty.
detail of CCC enrollees at Camp Roosevelt Into the Woods: The First Year of the Civilian Conservation Corps
The first of Franklin D. Roosevelt's major New Deal programs is launched before the last echoes of his inaugural address are gone.
Five-star logo The D-Day Classroom: Eisenhower Library Program Offers Students Lessons in History and Leadership
At the Eisenhower Library, students can once again decide whether June 6, 1944, is a good day for the Allies to storm the beaches of Normandy.

Table of Contents

Prologue in Perspective: Pursuing Civic Literacy: NARA Education Programs Promote New Ways to Teach History
Allen Weinstein

"Selling Democracy": Films Delivered Marshall Plan's Message to Post–World War II Europe
Sandra Schulberg

Into the Woods: The First Year of the Civilian Conservation Corps
Joseph M. Speakman

Prelude to McCarthyism: The Making of a Blacklist
Robert Justin Goldstein

Abner Pratt and Michigan's Honolulu House
Peter von Buol

Seeking "Precision" in Classifying Records

Spotlight on NARA: The D-Day Classroom: Eisenhower Library Program Offers Students Lessons in History and Leadership
Kim E. Barbieri

Genealogy Notes: The Story of the Female Yeomen during the First World War
Nathaniel Patch

Authors on the Record: Claiming a Right to Speak

Foundation for the National Archives

Pieces of History: Lewis and Clark Return

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Genealogy Notes

The Story of the Female Yeomen during the First World War

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The vague language of the Naval Act of 1916 opened the door to women volunteering in the U.S. Navy.

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Prologue in Perspective

National Archives Building, Washington, DC Pursuing Civic Literacy: NARA Education Programs Promote New Ways to Teach History By Allen Weinstein.

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