Prologue Magazine

Index to Prologue, Volume 21: 1989



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"39 Men" (exhibition), 118-119, 120

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Abbot, W. W., "An Uncommon Awareness of Self: The Papers of George Washington," 7-19

"Accessions and Openings," see National Archives and Records Administration

Acheson, Dean, papers declassified, 161

Adams, Abigail, 4, 24, 28, 32; port. by Gilbert Stuart, 23

Adams, Charles Francis, 24, 28, 32; Letters of John Adams Addressed to His Wife, 24; Life of John Adams, 28; photo, 28; Works of John Adams, 24, 28

Adams, Dickinson W., and Ruth W. Lester, editors, Jefferson's Extracts from the Gospels, 52

Adams, Henry, History of the United States of America during the Administration of Thomas Jefferson, 52

Adams, John, 4, 5, 40, 188, 293, 294, 308, 311, 312, 315, 318, 326, 327, 354; article about, 21-37; Defence of the Constitutions of the United States, 29; diaries, 24, 28; letterbooks, 24; port., 307; port. by Gilbert Stuart, 20; quoted, 324

Adams, John Quincy, 24, 32, 40; port., 33

Adams Family Correspondence, 21, 24, 32, 36, 37

Adams Mansion, Quincy, MA, photo, 29

Adams Papers project, article about, 21-37

Admiralty court records, 176; article about, 187-195

Admiralty courts, 345

Advisory Committee on Presidential Libraries, 166

Agency for International Development, records of predecessor agencies declassified, 92

"Agents of Federalism: U.S. Marshals, 1789-1797," by Frederick S. Calhoun, 345-357

Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry, Bureau of, records transferred, 94

Air pollution, 248-249, 250

Alaska, 269; records relating to declassified, 92

Alaska Cession of 1867, 269

Albert, King of Belgium, 83

Alien and Sedition Acts, 216

Allied Control Commission, Italy, records declassified, 92

Alsop, Joseph W., oral history interview with accessioned, 162

America and Europe in the Political Thought of John Adams, by Edward Handler, 29

American Association of State and Local History, 276

American Council of Learned Societies, 380

"'An American Epic': Herbert Hoover and Belgian Relief in World War I,'" by George H. Nash, 75-86

American Historical Association, 108

"American Voices: 200 Years of Speaking Out," by Stacey Bredhoff, 87-91

Ames, Fisher, 288-289; port., 289; quoted, 290, 297

Ames, John, 180-181

Ames v. Howard & Lathrop, 180-181

Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, insect surveys accessioned and opened, 94

Anti Debris Society, 251

Antifederalists, 287, 311, 346, 347

Antonine, C. C., 234

"Appraisal of Department of Justice Litigation Case Files: Final Report," 167

Archival Research Coordinating Committee, 378

Archives: A Guide the National Archives Field Branches, The, by Loretto Dennis Szucs and Sandra Hargreaves Luebking, 276, 375

Archives II, 169-170, 377-378; design illustration, 170

Armenian Americans, 270-273

Armstrong, John, 59, 65

Asians, 267-273

Asquith, Herbert, 81

Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company, 240

Atomic bomb, 88

Attornies general, 322, 345, 346, 347

Austria, 323

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Bailey, Commodore Theodorus, 203

Baker, Richard Allan, 284; "The Senate of the United States: 'Supreme Executive Council of the Nation,' 1787-1800," 299-313

Balough, Joseph, 220

Bankruptcy, 176, articles about, 179-185, 207-213; case files, 374

Bankruptcy Acts, of 1800, 181-182; of 1841, 181, 182, 185; of 1867, 181, 207-213

Barclay, Thomas, 318

Barham, Charles, 187

Barrett, Edward W., files accessioned, 93

Barrett, John C., quoted, 354

Barrows, Roberta, oral history interview with accessioned and opened, 161

Battle of Fallen Timbers, 339

Bear, James A., Jr., and Lucia C. Stanton, editors, Jefferson's Memorandum Books: Accounts, with Legal Records and Miscellany, 1767-l826, 52

Beard, Charles A., 108; quoted, 105

Beck, David, 87-88

Beckley, John, 291

Bedinger, Daniel, quoted, 360

Belgium, article about, 75-86

Bemis, Samuel F., 112

Ben-Gurion, David, oral history interview with accessioned, 162

Bennett, Charles, 378

Benton, Elkridge, 226

Bergh, Albert E., 48, 50

Bettie Kratzer (ship), 203-204

Betts, Samuel, 193

Biddle, Clement, 351

Biddle, Nicholas, 70

Bill Hatahley, Widow Sleepy, Charlie Burke, et al. v. The United States of America, 244

Bill of Rights, 293; bicentennial activities, 167-168, 378

"Bill of Rights: Evolution of Personal Liberties, The" (teaching package), 378

Bixby, William K., 48

Black Americans, 267, 274, 277; and the right to vote, article about, 231-237

Blockade runners, Civil War, 197-205

Blount, William, 312

Bookbinder, Hyman, 380

Boston Public Library, 29

Bottoms, Daryl, 165

Boudinot, Elias, 289; port., 289

Bounty lands, 331, 332

Bowen, Catherine Drinker, John Adams and the American Revolution, 28

Bowers, Claude G., 49; Jefferson and Hamilton: The Struggle for Democracy in America, 48

Boyd, Julian P., 52, 72; quoted, 50, 51

Bradsher, Gregory, 164

Bredhoff, Stacey, "American Voices: 200 Years of Speaking Out," 87-91

Brennan, William J., 380

Brinkley, Alan, 380

British army, 8

Brown, John, Jr., 227

Brown, Norman, papers accessioned, 162

Brown, Ralph Adams, 32; The Presidency of John Adams, 29

Bryan, Mina R., 51

Budd, Charles P., 226

Bunce, Peter W., "Research at the Regional Archives," 372-375

Burg, Maclyn, 110

Burke, Frank, 111

Burnett, Edmund C., 51

Burnside, Gen. Ambrose E., 218

Burr, Aaron, 190

Burton, Shirley, and Kellee Green, "Defining Disloyalty: Treason, Espionage, and Sedition Prosecutions, 1861-1946," 176-177, 215-221

Bush, George, 135

Business history, 176, 207; article about, 179-185

Butler, Pierce, 71, 72

Butler, Richard, 336, 337

Butler, Stuart Lee, Guide to Virginia Units in the War of 1812, 164

Butterfield, Lyman H., 32, 51

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Cadwalader, John, 203-204

Calhoun, Frederick S., 284, 285; "Agents of Federalism: U.S. Marshals, 1789-1797," 345-357

California, 166, 247-255, 359, 360, 363 368, 369

Campo, Port of, files processed, 95

Canada, 62

Canada, National Archives of, 379

Canyon City and San Juan Railway, 240 24]

Canyon City and San Juan Railway Company, The, v. The Denver and Rio Grande Railway Company, 240-241

Capra, Frank, 258

Carpenter, Elizabeth, papers accessioned, 162

Carter, Clarence E., 51

Carter, Jimmy, 112, 126-130, 132; photo, 107, 131

Carter, Rosalyn, 128; photo, 131

Carter Presidential Materials Project, 127, 128

Cartozian, Tatos Osgihan, 271-273

"Casual Observer Beware: The Need for Using Scholarly Editions," by Charles T. Cullen, 68-73

Catanzariti, John, "'The Richest Treasure House of Information': The Papers of Thomas Jefferson," 39-55

Census, Bureau of the, censuses of manufactures accessioned and opened, 94

Censuses, 276, 322, 348, 351; of 1920, 376-377

Center for the Study of the Recent History of the United States, 120

"Challenge of Citizenship, The," by Paul S. Sarbanes, 154-155

Chambers, Susan, "Western Natural Resources: Documenting the Struggle for Control," 177, 239-245

Changing Political Thought of John Adams, The, by John R. Howe, Jr., 29

Character of John Adams, The, by Peter Shaw, 32

Charles (ship), 187-188

Charles Wiedemann v. Penn Mining Company, 248-249

Charleston, SC, 359, 361-363, 368, 369

Child, David Lee, 185

Child, Lydia Maria, 185

China, 317, 318

Chinard, Gilbert, Honest John Adams, 28

Chinese Exclusion Acts, 374

Churchill, Winston, 380

Citizenship, articles about, 154-155, 267-273

City of the Constitution 381

Civil rights movement, 143-144

Civil War (U.S.), 176, 190, 192, 197-205, 207, 215, 216-218, 226, 274, 276

Clapp, V. W., photo, 40

Cleveland, Grover, 104

Coastal fortifications, 340, 342

Codingham, Robert, 187

Cody, Isaac, 226

Cody, Mary B., 226

Cody, William "Buffalo Bill," 225-226; port., 222

Colby, Bainbridge, 103

Colfax, LA, 235

College of William and Mary, 71

Colonel Gus Lynn (ship), 226; records of, 225

Colorado, 239, 240, 244

Colorado, USS, 203; painting of, 202-203

Columbia, SC, 362

Columbia University, Oral History Project, 110

Comité National de Secours et d'Alimentation, 78, 79, 83

Commission for Relief in Belgium, 76-81, 83, 84, 86; Educational Foundations 84; photo of members of the, 81

Committee on Authorities and Program Alternatives, 379

Committee for Foreign Affairs, 315

Committee of Secret Correspondence, 315

"Common Defence: The Department of War, 1789-1794, The," by Theodore J. Crackel, 331-343

Commonwealth v. Randolph, 68, 70-71

The Complete Anas of Thomas Jefferson, 72

Comstock, Anthony, 193

Comstock Act of 1873, 193-194

Confederate States of America, 199, 215, 217

Confederation government, 284, 287, 303, 308, 317

Confiscation acts, 217

Congressional Record, 106

Connor, Robert D. W., 104, 105-106

Conspiracies Act, 216

Constellation, USS, painting of, 340

"Constitution Under Stress, The" (exhibit), 381

Constitution, USS 190; painting of, 186

Constitutional Convention, 4, 7

Consular Convention with France, 318, 325

Consular service, 317-318, 324-325

Consumer Protection Agency, papers relating to opened, 163

Continental Army, 8

Continental Congress, 285, 315

Coolidge, Calvin, 100, 104, 121; quoted, 115

Coolidge, Thomas Jefferson, 48

Copperhead movement, 217-218

Coren, Robert, et al., Guide to the Records of the United States Senate at the National Archives, 1789-1989, 164

Correspondence and Record Cards of the Military Intelligence Division Relating to General, Political, Economic, and Military Conditions in Central America, 1918-1941, by Dale Harley Whitaker, microfilm publication, 165

Correspondence of the Military Intelligence Division Relating to General, Political, Economic, and Military Conditions in China, 1918-1941, by Herbert Rawlings-Milton, microfilm publication, 165

Correspondence of the Military Intelligence Division Relating to General, Political, Economic, and Military Conditions in Italy, 1918-1941, by Daryl Bottoms, microfilm publication, 165

Corriston, Mark A., 177; "Discovering Frontier History Through Territorial Court Records," 223-229

Cosway, Maria, 43

Council of Economic Advisers, records relating to accessioned, 161

Crackel Theodore J., 284; "The Common Defence: The Department of War, 1789-1794," 331-343

CRB Educational Foundation, 84

"Creating a New Government," by Don W. Wilson, 284-285

Cressy, Josiah, 193

Crimes Act of 1790, 215, 216

Cronkite, Walter, 380

Cruikshank, William J., 235

Cuban Missile Crisis: President Kennedy's Address to the Nation, The, 165

Cullen, Charles T., 51-52; "Casual Observer Beware: The Need for Using Scholarly Editions," 68-73

Cunningham, Noble, Jr., 45, 52; quoted, 45

Curtis, Mrs. Laurence A., quoted, 366-367

Cushman, Edward E., 269

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Dakota Territory 223, 227

Dallek, Robert, papers accessioned, 162

Dalton gang, 227 228; photo, 229

Daughters of the American Revolution, 154-155

Dawes Act of 1887, 267

Dayley, Edwin R., papers accessioned, 162

Dearborn, Maj. Gen. Henry, 62

Debs, Eugene V., 219-220; quoted, 219

Defence of the Constitutions of the United States, by John Adams, 29

Defense, Office of the Secretary of, records reviewed for declassification, 92

"Defining Disloyalty: Treason, Espionage, and Sedition Prosecutions, 1861-1946," by Shirley Burton and Kellee Green, 176-177, 215-221

"Defining a Public Role for Former Presidents" (conference), 380

Delta Gamma Foundation, 120

Denty, John R., 208-211

Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company, 24041

Denver and Rio Grande Railway Company, The, v. The Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company, et al., 240-241

"Department of State: The Formative Years, 1775-1800, The," by David S. Patterson, 315-328

Design Program for a National Archives Facility in Maryland, The, 169

Diaries of George Washington, The, 18

Diary and Autobiography of John Adams, 21, 32

Directory of Archives and Manuscript Repositories in the United States, 277

Directory of Historical Agencies in North America, 276

Dirksen, Everett, quoted, 75

"Discovering Frontier History Through Territorial Court Records," by Mark A. Corriston, 177, 223-229

Displaced Persons Commission, records relating to accessioned, 93

District of Columbia, 166, 327

Document management, 167

Document preservation, exhibit on, 168

Documentary editing, 4-5, 18-19, 21-22, 32-33, 36-37, 39, 51-52, 54, 59, 61-62, 67, 68-73

"Documenting the Presidency of John Adams: The Adams Papers Project," by Richard Alan Ryerson, 21-37

"Documenting Regional Business History: The Bankruptcy Acts of 1800 and 1841," by James K. Owens, 179-185

Dodd, H. W., photo, 40

Domestic Policy Association, 112

Dongan, Thomas, 187

Dunmore, Lord, 9, 10

Durand, Asher Brown, portrait of James Madison by, 66

Durell, Edward H., 234

Dwight D. Eisenhower Foundation, 109

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library, 109, 110, 111, 112, 150, 165, 380; accessions and openings, 161; exhibits, 143; museum, 143; records declassified, 161

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Eames, Patricia, 379

Earthquakes, article about, 359-371

Eaton Dorothy, Index to the George Washington Papers, 18

Edison, Thomas, 88

Edwards Woodruff v. North Bloomfield Gravel Mining Company, et al., 251

Eisenberg, David, et al., The Judiciary Act of 1789, 165

Eisenhower, David, 166

Eisenhower, Dwight D., 39, 40, 110; paintings by, 380; papers opened, 161; quoted, 40, 143

Electronic records, 379

Elk v. Wilkins, 267

Emerson, William R., 112

Emory University, Carter Center, 128, photo, 101

Enforcement acts, 231-237

Environmental litigation, 247-255

Espionage Act of 1917, 218, 219, 220

"Establishing a Presidential Library: The Jimmy Carter Experience," by Donald B. Schewe, 101, 125-133

Evans, Rudolph, Statue by, 38

Exhibits, 87-91, 118-119, 120, 130, 168, 170, 378-379

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Family history research, 372-375, 377

Farrand, Max, 51

Fawcett, John, 75

"FDR and the Future of Liberalism" (conference), 380

Federal Bureau of Investigation, copies of files accessioned, 162

"Federal Court Records in the Regional Archives System," by Don W. Wilson, 176-177

Federal Election Commission, records accessioned and opened, 94

Federal Elections, Office of, records accessioned and opened, 94

Federal Gazette, 297

Federal Records Act, 39

Federalist, The, 320

Federalists, 287, 288, 295, 311, 346

Federation of Genealogical Societies, 372

Feis, Herbert, 108

Fenn, Dan H., Jr., oral history interview with accessioned,

162

Fennell, John D., 210

Ferrell, Robert, 380

Ferris, John, 112

"Fighting Man, The" (exhibit), 379

Film industry, 257-265

Finding aids, 274-277, 375

First Amendment rights, article about, 87-91; exhibit on, 378

First Federal Congress, 288-297, 304, 310-313, 346

Fish, Hamilton, quoted, 106

Fishbourn, Benjamin, 309

Fitzgerald, Jerome, 227

Fitzpatrick, John C., 18, 50, 51

Flambeau, USS, 203

Flanders, Henry, 203

Florida (ship), 197; painting of, 199

Floriston Pulp and Paper Company, 249; records of, 248

Flying Cloud (ship), 192-193; sketch of, 189

Flynn, Errol, 261, 262; photo, 260, 261

Foundation Universities, 84

Ford, Gerald R., 41, 109, 112, 120, 146, 380

Ford, Paul Leicester, 48

Ford Foundation, 52

Ford, Worthington C., 28, 51; Writings of John Quincy Adams, 28

Foreign Affairs, Department of, 316-318, 320, 327

Foreign service, 323

Forrest, Nathan Bedford, 213; port., 212

Forsyth, Robert, 354

Founding Fathers Papers, Inc., 52

France, 78, 79, 83, 84, 315, 317, 318, 323, 325-326, 339; U.S. relations with, 215-216

Franchise, 177; article about, 231-237

Francqui, Emile, 81

Franklin, Benjamin, 40, 43, 284, 285, 315; port., 314; quoted, 155, 317-318

Franklin, William, 188

Franklin, D. Roosevelt Library, 101, 103-108, 109, 111, 112, 152; accessions and openings, 160; anniversary celebration 380; exhibits, 140, 141, 143; grants, 166; museum, 136, 140, 141, 143; photo, 106; W. Averell Harriman Conference Center, 380

Franklin D. Roosevelt's Inaugural Address of 1933, by Raymond H. Geselbracht, 165

Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute, 380; grants, 166

Free-Soil movement, 226-227

Freidel, Frank, "Roosevelt to Reagan: The Birth and Growth of Presidential Libraries," 100, 103-113

French and Indian War, 8, 12, 14, 15

French Revolution, 325-326

"From Piracy to Censorship: The Admiralty Experience," by Robert C. Morris, 187-195

Frontier history, article about, 223-229

Fulbright, J. William, 380

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Galbraith, John Kenneth, 380

Gallatin, Albert, 311; port., 312

Gellert, Charles Lawrence, The Holocaust, Israel, and the Jews: Motion Pictures in the National Archives, 381

Genealogical research, 377, 379-380; articles about, 156-159, 274-277, 372-375

Genealogical Society of Utah, 374

Genêt, Edmond, 325-326, 339; port., 325

Geographic Index to Correspondence of the Military Intelligence Division of the War Department General Staff, 1917-1941, by Katherine Nicastro, microfilm publication, 165

Georgia, 166, 306, 362

Georgia Gazette, 291

Georgia Historical Society, 166

Georgia Institute of Technology, 112

Georgia State University, 112

Gerald R. Ford Library, 109, 111, 112, 120, 148; accessions and openings, 163; conferences, 380; exhibits, 140-141

Germany, 75-76, 81; records relating to accessioned, 93, and opened, 160

Gerry, Elbridge, quoted, 289

Geselbracht, Raymond H., Franklin D. Roosevelt's Inaugural Address of 1933, 165; On War Against Japan: Franklin D. Roosevelt's "Day of Infamy" Address of 1941, 165

"Getting Started: Beginning Your Genealogical Research in the National Archives" (film), 374

Gibson, Charles P., quoted, 220

Gibson, Hugh, quoted, 83

Gideon, Clarence Earl, 88; petition of, reproduced, 89

Giles, Aquila, 354

Gilpin, Henry D., editor, The Papers of James Madison, 61

Gilpin, Thomas, 181

Gleason, S. Everett, 108

Goddard, Mary Katherine, 87

Gold mining, 249-254

Goldstein, Louis L., 378

Gothenburg, Sweden, 65

Gould, Lewis, 112; photo, 113

Grant, Cary, 262; photo, 262

Grassley, Charles, 120

Grazing rights, 244

Grants and fellowships, 166-167

Great Britain, 57, 59, 62, 65, 75-76, 80, 81, 258, 262, 312, 315-316, 325, 326, 339

"Great Compromise," 301-303

Green, Joseph C., photo, 78; quoted, 78-79, 83

Green, Kellee, and Shirley Burton, "Defining Disloyalty: Treason, Espionage, and Sedition Prosecutions, 1861-1946," 176-177, 215-221

Grover, Wayne C., 376

Grover, William D., 165

Guide to the National Archives of the United States, 274

Guide to Pre-Federal Records in the National Archives, A, 285

Guide to the Records of the United States House of Representatives at the National Archives, 1789-1989, by Charles E. Schamel et al., 164

Guide to the Records of the United States Senate at the National Archives, 1789-1989, by Robert Coren, Mary Rephlo, David Kepley, and Charles Smith, 164

Guide to Virginia Units in the War of 1812, by Stuart Lee Butler, 164

Gunn, James, 309

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Habeas corpus, writs of, 217, 218

Haines, Gerald, 75

Hale, Edward Everett, Man Without a Country, 218

Hallett, Moses, 240-241

Hamilton, Alexander, 28, 40, 43, 48, 49, 190, 291, 293, 300, 310-311, 320, 325, 326, 338, 339, 341, 354; port., 338; quoted, 190; Report on Manufactures, 311

Hamilton [Ohio] True Telegraph, 216

Hancock, John, 188

Handler, Edward, America and Europe in the Political Thought of John Adams, 29

Haraszty, Zoltan, John Adams and the Prophets of Progress, 29

Hardesty, Robert L., papers accessioned, 162

Harmar, Brig. Gen. Josiah, 334, 336

Harper and Brothers, 59

Harriman, W. Averell, 380

Harry S. Truman Library, 109, 120, 151; accessions and openings, 161; exhibits, 140, 143, 381; museum, 140, 143, 144; records declassified, 161

Hartzel, Elmer, 220

Hartzel v. U.S., 220

Hawaii, 269

Hawkins, John Isaac, 43

Haywood, William D. "Big Bill," 219

Hazard, Ebenezer, 4-5, 284; Historical Collections of State Papers and Other Authentic Documents, 4, 47

Heald, Edward, 241-242

Heald, George M., 241-242

Heald, Walter, 241-242

Height, Dorothy, 380

Heller, Francis, 380

Herald of Freedom (newspaper), 227

Herbert Hoover Library, 109, 111, 153; accessions and openings, 160; article about, 115-123; conferences, 120, 380; exhibits, 118-119, 120, 143, 380; museum, 136, 143, 144; photo, 116

Herbert Hoover Presidential Library Association, 119

Heuvel, William J. vanden, 166

Hickenlooper, Bourke, 121

Hickock, "Wild Bill," 227; port., 227

Hill, James T., papers declassified, 161

Historical Collections of State Papers and Other Authentic Documents, edited by Ebenezer Hazard, 4, 47

Historical Materials in the Dwight D. Eisenhower Library, 165

Historical Materials in the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library, 165

History of the United States of America during the Administration of Thomas Jefferson, by Henry Adams, 52

Hitchcock, Alfred, 262, 264

Hitler, Adolf, 380

Hobohoilthle (Indian Chief), 66

Hochman, Steven, 380

Hodgdon, Samuel, 337

Hoffman, Walter, 241-242

"Hollywood's Immigrants: Naturalizing the Makers of America's Dream Machines," by Diane S. Nixon, 177, 257-265

Holocaust, Israel and the Jews: Motion Pictures in the National Archives, The, compiled by Charles Lawrence Gellert, 381

Homesteaders, 241-242

Honest John Adams, by Gilbert Chinard, 28

Hoover, Herbert, 100, 103, 104, 105, 106, 109, 143; article about, 75-86; papers relating to opened, 160; photo, 81, 114, 120, 123, 153; quoted, 76, 80, 81, 84, 86, 119

Hoover, J. Edgar, FBI files concerning accessioned, 162

Hoover, Lou Henry, 111, 119, 120, 121, 143; photo, 117, 123

Hoover Dam, papers relating to opened, 160

Hoover Library on War, Revolution and Peace, 104, 105

Hopkins, Harry, 105

Horace A.W. Tabor, Jerome B. Chaffee, et al. v. Wirt Dexter, Howard Oviatt, and Thomas J. Cooper, 240

Horrocks, David, quoted, 111

"House of Representatives: First Branch of the New Government, The" by Raymond W. Smock, 287-297

Howard, Charles, 181

Howard, Harry N., papers declassified, 161

Howe, Elias, Jr., 181; photo, 180

Howe, John R. Jr., The Changing Political Thought of John Adams, 29

Howe v. Underwood et al., 181

Howell, Wilbur Samuel, editor, Jefferson's Parliamentary Writings, 52

Hudson, Thomas, 127

Hulston, John K., oral history interview with accessioned and opened, 161

"Human Drama: Presidential Museums Tell the Story," by Frank H. MacKaman, 100, 135-145

Humphrey, Hubert H., papers relating to accessioned, 162

Humphreys, David, quoted, 7

Hunt, Edward Eyre, quoted, 81, 83

Hunt, Gaillard, editor, The Writings of James Madison, Comprising His Public Papers and His Private Correspondence, 61

Hutchinson, William T., 61

Hydraulic Miners Association, 251

Hydraulic mining, 248-254

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Immigration, articles about, 257-265, 267-273; microfilm publications, 277

Immigration and Naturalization Service, 374

In Re Halladjian, 270

Index to the George Washington Papers, by Dorothy Eaton, 18

India, 317

Indian affairs, 331, 332-339, 342

Indian Affairs, Bureau of, 374; case files processed, 95

Indian Territory, 223, 228

Indians (India), 269-270

Industrial Workers of the World, 218-219

Inman, Henry, 193; port., 191

Innes, Henry, 354

Inouye, Daniel, 378

Intergovernmental Committee or Refugees, records relating to accessioned, 93

Intergovernmental Records Project, 167

Interior, U.S. Department of the, 240, 243

International Refugee Organization, records relating to accessioned, 93

International Security Affairs Committee, files relating to accessioned, 93

Iowa, 223

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J. C. Calhoun (ship), 199, 202-203

Jackson, Donald, 18

Jameson, J. Franklin, 103

Japanese Americans, 88

Jarvis, John Wesley, portrait of John Randolph by, 70

Jay, John, 284, 308, 312, 315, 317, 318, 320, 324, 326, 327; port., 318; quoted, 324

Jay Cooke and Company, 208

Jefferson, Thomas, 28, 71-73, 284, 291, 308; 311, 312, 318, 320, 322-327, 338, 347, 348, 351; "Anas," 71-73; article about, 39-55; port., 41, 321; quoted, 4, 5, 42, 43, 45, 47, 322, 324, 325, 327; reproductions of correspondence, 44, 58; statue of by Rudolph Evans, 38; Summary Journals of Letters, 71-73

Jefferson and Hamilton: The Struggle for Democracy in America, by Claude G. Bowers, 48

Jefferson and His Time, by Dumas Malone, 52

Jefferson Memorial (Washington, DC), 49; photo, 50; statue for, 38

Jefferson's Extracts from the Gospels, edited by Dickinson W. Adams and Ruth W. Lester, 5

Jefferson's Literary Commonplace Book, edited by Douglas L. Wilson, 52

Jefferson's Memorandum Books: Accounts, with Legal Records and Miscellany, 1767-1826, edited by James A. Bear, Jr., and Lucia C. Stanton, 52

Jefferson's Parliamentary Writings, edited by Wilbur Samuel Howell, 52

Jensen, Merrill, The New Nation, 284

Jessup, Philip C., files accessioned, 93

Jewish history, 381

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library, 112, 148; article about, 125-133; exhibits, 130; museum, 138, 144; photo, 101, 124, 126, 127

John Adams, by Page Smith, 29

John Adams and the American Revolution, by Catherine Drinker Bowen, 28

John Adams and the Prophets of Progress, by Zoltan Haraszty,

John F. Kennedy Library, 112, 149; accessions and openings, 162; exhibits, 138, 141, 143, 144; museum, 141, 143; photo, 104; workshop for Young Politicians, 112

"John Marshall's Notes of Evidence in the Case of Commonwealth v. Randolph," 70-71; page from, reproduced, 69

Johnny, We Hardly Knew Ye, by Dave Powers and Kenneth P. O'Donnell, research materials for accessioned, 162

Johnson, Andrew, 207, 218

Johnson, Henry, 88

Johnson, Lyndon B. 40-41, 135, 144; FBI files concerning accessioned, 162; papers relating to accessioned, 162; quoted, 145

Johnson, Tom, 166

Johnson, William Samuel, 306; port., 304

Johnstone, Richard M. Jr., 45, 52; quoted, 54

Journal of the Executive Proceedings of the U.S. Senate, 1789-1823, by David R. Kepley, microfilm publication, 294

Journal of Impeachment Proceedings Before the U.S. Senate, 1798-1805, by David R. Kepley, microfilm publication, 165

Journals of the Proceedings of the President, 1793-1797, The, 18

Jova/Daniels/Busby, 128

Joyce, James, photo, 192; Ulysses, 188, 194

Judicial system, U.S., Fall issue

Judiciary Act of 1789, 176, 190, 199, 293, 308, 345, 346-347, 352, 354

Judiciary Act of 1789, The, by David Eisenberg et al., 165

Justice, U.S. Department of, 167

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Kansas Territory, 223, 225, 226-227

Kaplan, Lawrence, 381

Kellogg, William P., 234; photo, 234

Kennedy, Edward M., 70; papers accessioned, 162

Kennedy, John F., 146, 165; papers relating to accessioned, 162; quoted, 40, 41

Kennedy, Robert F., papers relating to accessioned, 162

Kennedy: The New Generation, by Frank Teti, photos used in accessioned, 162

Kent, James, quoted, 291

Kentucky, 166, 287, 334, 336, 339, 354

Kepley, David R., 164, 165

Ketcham, Ralph M., 52

Keyserling, Leon, papers accessioned, 161

King, Rufus, 306

Kirwan, William E., 378

Kizis, Frank, papers opened, 160

Klein, Julius, correspondence with opened, 160

Knox, Henry, 309, 331-334, 336, 337, 338-342; port., 330; quoted, 333, 334, 342

Knox, William, 332

Kohn, Richard H., quoted, 334

Krueger, Gen. Walter, 151

Krusten, Eva, 165

Ku Klux Klan, 236

Kurtz, Stephen G., 29; The Presidency of John Adams: The Collapse of Federalism 1795-1800, 28

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Lambert, Edgar Lewis, 203

Land claim disputes, 241-244

Land grants, 239, 244

Land Management, Bureau of, 244, 374

Langdon, John, 306, 308

Langer, William L., 108

Lash, Joseph P., papers accessioned, 160

Lathrop, Wells, 181

Laughton, Charles, 264; photo, 265

Law enforcement, 285

Lawford, Peter, photo, 258

Lawton, Umemura and Yamamoto, 128

Leach, Andrew, 182; financial records of, 183

Leadville, CO, 240

Lear, Tobias, 336, 351; quoted, 17

Lecompte, Samuel D., 227

Lee, Henry, 8

Lee, Richard Henry, 306

"Legacy of Ebenezer Hazard, America's First Documentary Editor, The," by Don W. Wilson, 4-5

Legal Papers of John Adams, 21, 32

Legion of the United States, 338

Leland, Waldo, 107

Lemkin, Raphael, 380

Lenox, David, 354-356; quoted, 354

Lester, Ruth W., 51; editor, Jefferson's Extracts from the Gospels, 52

Letters and Other Writings of James Madison, Fourth President of the United States, edited by William Cabell Rives, 61

Letters of John Adams, Addressed to His Wife, edited by Charles Francis Adams, 24

Letters Received by the Department of Justice from the State of Tennessee, 1871-84, by Eva Krusten and William D. Grover, microfilm publication, 165

Lewis, Robert, 162

Liberty (sloop), 188

Liberty Memorial Museum, 120

Library of Congress, 17, 18, 47, 48, 61, 62, 104-105, 107, 156; Manuscript Division, 100, 103

Life of George Washington, by John Marshall, 73

Life of Herbert Hoover: The Humanitarian, 1914-1917, The, by George H. Nash, 75

Lincoln, Abraham, 197, 199, 217; papers of, 107; quoted, 218

Lincoln, Benjamin, 331; quoted, 334, 336

Lipscomb, Andrew A., 48, 50

Little Chief Mine, 240

Little Pittsburg Consolidated Mining Company, 240; photo, 241

Livingston, Robert R., 284, 316-317, 327; port., 317

Lloyd George, David, 81

Loma Prieta earthquake, 359, 363, 367-368, 369

Lorre, Peter, photo, 259

Los Angeles, Port of, case files processed, 95

Lothyan, Phillip E., "A Question of Citizenship," 177, 267-273

Louisiana, 231-237

Louvain, University of, 84

Lowell, Waverly B., "Where Have All the Flowers Gone? Early Environmental Litigation," 177, 247-255

Lowry, Thomas, 352

Lubin, Isador, papers accessioned and opened, 160

Lusitania, 188; photo, 188

"Lycidas," by John Milton, quoted, 8

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library, 109, 112, 149, 165; accessions and openings, 162; exhibits, 139, 140, 143-144; museum, 143-144; photo, 110, 113

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McCall, Jack, 227

McCarran-Walter Immigration Act of 1952, 267

McCulloch, Hugh, 203

McDonald, Forrest, 52

McElwee, John, 216-217

McEnery, John D., 234-235

McGhee, George C., files accessioned, 93

McGillivray, Alexander, 334

McGuire, James C., 59

McHenry, James, 288

MacKaman, Frank, H., "Human Drama: Presidential Museums Tell the Story," 100-101, 135-145

Maclay, William, 291, 308

MacLeish, Archibald, 105

MacNeil, Neil, papers relating to opened, 160

Madison, Dolley Payne, 59, 61, 67; port., 60

Madison, James, 4, 5, 40, 288, 289, 290, 291, 293, 301, 303, 317, 320, 354, article about, 57-67; as President, 57, 59, 62, 65; port., 56, 291; portrait by Asher Brown Durand, 66; quoted, 5, 300; reproduction of correspondence, 58

Mahoney, William P., oral history interview with accessioned, 162

Maid of Erin Mine, 240

Malone, Dumas, 73; Jefferson and His Time, 52; quoted, 54

Man Without a Country, by Edward Everett Hale, 218

Manley, John, papers accessioned, 162

Maritime law, federal records relating to, 188

Marshall, George C., photo, 40

Marshall, John, 68, 70, 71, 73, 190, 326; Life of George Washington, 73; portrait by Charles Balthazar Julien Févret de Saint-Mémin, 70

Maryland, 306, 341

Mason, Frank, papers opened, 160

Mason, George, 289

Mason, Stevens, 312

Massachusetts, 166, 189, 303, 304

Massachusetts Historical Society, 22, 24, 48, 103

Masterson, Jim, 227

Mayaguez, S.S., exhibit about, 140-141

Means, Gardiner C., papers accessioned, 160

Melby, John F., oral history interview with accessioned and opened, 161

Merchant Marine, log books from inspection stations accessioned, 94

Merrimac (ship), 190

Mexican land grants, 239, 244

Mexico, 262

Michel, Robert, 378

Microfilm publications, 165, 372, 374, 375, 376-377; catalogs of, 276-277, 377; Central America, 165; China, 165; Department of Justice, 165; Italy, 165; Tennessee, 165; U.S. Senate, 165; War Department, 165

"Milestone Documents in the National Archives" (publications series), 165

Militia, national, 334, 336

Military service records, 372, 374, 375; microfilm publication, 277

Miller, Lynn C., Three Americans in Paris, script accessioned, 162

Miller, William, 354-355

Milligan, Lambdin P., 218

Milligan v. Slack, 218

Milton, John, "Lycidas," quoted, 8

Mineral Resources, 239-240, 248

Mining industry, 240, 248-254

"Mini Page" (newspaper supplement), 378

Minnesota, 166

Mississippi River Valley, 360

Missouri Democrat, 217

Missouri Historical Society, 48

Mollenhoff, Clark, 121

Monroe, James, quoted, 351

Monticello, Charlottesville, VA, 41, 45, 47, 48; photo, 46, 49

Moore, Andrew, 351

Morison, Samuel Eliot, 105

Morgan, Capt. John Hunt, 216; photo, 216

Morley, Felix, 121

Morocco, 317

Morris, Gouverneur, 70, 71, 303

Morris, Robert C., 176; "From Piracy to Censorship: The Admiralty Experience," 187-195

Mount Vernon, 10, 12, 14, 17; port., 14

Mount Vernon Ladies' Association, 18

Mudd, Roger, 380

Muhlenberg, Frederick A.C., 291; port., 286

Muir, John, 247

Mullendore, William C., papers opened, 160

Muskogee Indians, 66

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Napoleonic Wars, 65

Nash, Columbus, 235

Nash, George H., 104, 119; "'An American Epic': Herbert Hoover and Belgian Relief in World War I,'" 75-83; The Life of Herbert Hoover: The Humanitarian, 1914-1917, 75

National Aeronautics and Space Council, records relating to accessioned, 93

National Archives and Records Administration, see also National Archives Regional Archives System and Presidential libraries; 18, 62; accessions and openings, 92-95, 160-163; Agency Services Division, 380; Archives II, 169-170, 377-378; Center for Electronic Records, 167, 379; Center for Legislative Archives, 164; declassified records, 92, 161; exhibits, 87-91, 118-119, 120, 130, 168, 170, 378-379; genealogical research, 156-159, 274-277, 372-375; Media Preservation Branch, 377; Microfilm Rental Program, 377; News and Notices, 166-170, 376-381; Office of the Federal Register, 164; Office of the National Archives, 169; Office of Presidential Libraries, 120, 127, 128, 146; Office of Records Administration, 168-169; presidential libraries, Summer issue; publications, 164-165; Records Declassification Division, 92; Textual Records, 93-94

National Archives Building, 169

National Archives Gift Collection, 92

National Archives Regional Archives System, Fall issue, 372-375, 376-377, 378; Central Plains Region, court records in, 223-229; Great Lakes Region, court records in, 215-221; Mid Atlantic Region, 94-95, court records in, 197-205; New England Region, court records in, 179-185; Northeast Region, court records in, 187-195; Pacific Northwest Region, court records in, 267-273; Pacific Sierra Region, court records in, 247-255; Pacific Southwest Region, 95, court records in, 257-265; Rocky Mountain Region, 95, court records in, 239-245; Southeast Region, court records in, 207-213; Southwest Region, 225, court records in, 231-237

National Archives World War II Commemorative Committee, 378-379

National Endowment for the Humanities, 18, 19

National Historical Publications Commission, 18, 3940

National Historical Publications and Records Commission, 5, 41, 52, 112, 276; grants, 166-167

National Park Service, records accessioned, 95

National Security Affairs, Office of the Special Assistant for, records declassified, 161

National Security Council, records declassified, 161

Native Americans, 66, 239, 243-244, 267-273, 276, 277, 331, 332-339, 348, 374

Natural resources, 177; articles about, 239-245, 247-255

Naturalization, article about, 154-155

Naturalization records, 177, 374; accessioned, 95; articles about, 257-265, 267-273

Navajo Indians, 244

Naval Act of March 27, 1794, 340

Navigation Act, 187

Nebraska, 223

"'Necessary fence, A': The Senate's First Century" (exhibit), 170

Negri, Pola, photo, 256

Netherlands, 315, 317, 318

Nevada, 166, 249

Neville, Gen. John, 354-356

New Brunswick, Canada, 62

New Hampshire, 304

New Jersey, 190, 341

New Madrid, MO, 360-361, 362, 369

New Mexico, 239, 243

New Nation, The, by Merrill Jensen, 284

New Republic, 86

New York, 166, 189, 190, 287, 304, 306

New York Herald, 362

New York Times, 86, 112, 160, 192, 254

New York Times Company, 52

"News and Notices," see National Archives and Records Administration

Nicastro, Katherine, 165

Nixon, Diane S., "Hollywood's Immigrants: Naturalizing the Makers of America's Dream Machine," 177, 257-265

Nixon, Edgar B., 107

Nixon, Richard M., 109, 110, 381

Nixon Presidential Materials Staff, accessions and openings, 162-163

Norstad, Lauris, papers opened, 161

North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 381; U.S. Mission to, records relating to accessioned, 93

"NATO and the Founding of the North Atlantic Alliance" (conference), 381

North Bloomfield Gravel Mining Company, 250-254

North Carolina, 306, 311

North Dakota, 239

Northwest Ordinance of 1787, 223

Norton, Eleanor Holmes, 380

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O'Donnell, Kenneth P., papers accessioned, 162

O'Neill, James E., 127; quoted, 106

Obscenity, federal court records relating to, 188, 193-194

Ochs, Adolph S., 51

Office of Management and Budget, records accessioned, 94

Oil policy, records relating to accessioned, 93

Oklahoma, 223, 225, 227, 236

On War Against Japan: Franklin D. Roosevelt's "Day of Infamy" Address of 1941, by Raymond H. Geselbracht, 165

Open range land, 244

Optical Digital Image Storage System (ODISS), 167

Oral history interviews, 110

Oregon, 166, 269-273

Oregonian (newspaper), 270

Organization of American Historians, 108

Otis, Samuel, 291; port., 303; quoted, 287

"Over There" (exhibition), 119

Owens, James K., 176; "Documenting Regional Business History: The Bankruptcy Acts of 1800 and 1841," 179-185

Ozawa v. United States, 269, 270, 272

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Page, Walter Hines, 76; quoted, 83

Palfrey, William, 318

Paper-making machines, 180-181

Papers of George Washington, The, 18

Papers of James Madison, The, article about, 57-67

Papers of James Madison, The, edited by Henry D. Gilpin, 61

Papers of John Adams, 21, 24, 32, 33, 36, 37

Papers of John Marshall, The, 68, 70-71

Papers of Thomas Jefferson, The, 39-55, 68, 71-73

Parkinson, Benjamin, 356

Parks and History Association, 381

Patent disputes, 176, 179-181

Patents, 322

Patterson, David S., "The Department of State: The Formative Years 1775-1800," 284, 315-328

Payne, John C., 59

Peale, Charles Willson, 43

Peel, Roy V., 376

Pegler, Westbrook, 121

Penn Mining Company, 248-249

Pennsylvania, 166, 306, 334, 336, 340-341

Percy, Lord Eustace, 84; quoted, 86

Perrine, Henry, 91

Peterson, Merrill, quoted, 48-49

Petition, right to, article about, 87-91

Petitions, 293

Philadelphia, PA, 351

Philip Morris, 378

Phoenix Indian School, case files processed, 95

Pickering, Timothy, 322, 326, 347-348, 351

Playwriting competition, 378

Plowman, Robert J., "An Untapped Source: Civil War Prize Case Files, 1861-65," 176, 197-205

Poland, papers relating to declassified, 161

Political Science of John Adams, The, by Correa M. Walsh, 29

Polygraph, 43, 45; photo of, 42

Poole v. the Ship Flying Cloud, 193

Population censuses, 276, 372, 375, 376-377

Postal service, 322

Postmaster generals, 284, 322

Potter, Constance, 375; "A Researcher's Map to National Archives Finding Aids," 274-277; "Research at the National Archives," 156-159

Powers, Dave, papers accessioned, 162

Presidency of John Adams, The, by Ralph Adams Brown, 29

Presidency of John Adams: The Collapse of Federalism 1795-1800, The, by Stephen G. Kurtz, 28

"Presidential Gifts," 146-153

Presidential libraries, Summer issue; accessions and openings, 160-163; advisory committee on, 166; exhibits, 118-119, 120, 130, 378-379; grants, 166

"Presidential Libraries," by Don W. Wilson, 100-101

Presidential Libraries Act, 100, 109, 126

Presidential Libraries Act of 1986, 113

Presidential Library Conference, 112

Presidential museums, article about, 135-145; educational programming, 145; items displayed at, 146-153

Presidential Records Act of 1978, 109

"Presidential Revival: How the Hoover Library Overcame a Mid-Life Crisis, A" 101, 115-123

Presley, Elvis, 110

PRESNET, 121

Prince, James, 348

Princeton University, 40, 41, 43, 51

Princeton University Press, 39, 51

Prize court records, 176, 189, 190; article about, 197-205; Civil War files, 190, 197-205

Project GAMMA, records relating to accessioned, 93

Project Troy, records relating to accessioned, 93

Prussia, 317, 318, 323

Psychological Strategy Board, files accessioned, 93, 161, and declassified, 161

Public domain lands, 239

Public Papers of President Ronald Reagan, 164-165

Pueblo and Arkansas Valley Railway Company, 241

Pueblo Lands Act, 243

Pueblo Lands Board, 243

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Quebec, Canada, 62

"Question of Citizenship, A," by Phillip E. Lothyan, 177, 267-273

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Rachal, William M.E., 61

Railroad industry, 240-241

Randolph, Ann (Nancy), 71

Randolph, David Meade, 347-348

Randolph, Edmund, 7, 301-302, 326, 348; quoted, 354

Randolph, John, of Roanoke, 68, 70-71; port., 70

Randolph, Richard, 68, 70-71

Randolph, Theodorick, 71

Randolph, Thomas Jefferson, 47-48; photo, 47

Rawlings-Milton, Herbert, 165

Read, Leonard, papers relating to opened, 160

Reagan, Nancy, photo, 131

Reagan, Ronald, 109, 132; photo, 131

Reclamation, Bureau of, aerial survey films accessioned, 95

Reconstruction, article about, 231-237

Reed, Roland L., 168

Reedy, George E., papers accessioned, 162

Regional Archives System, see National Archives Regional Archives System

Regional Libraries Information Network (RLIN), 166-167

Remsen, Henry, Jr., 72, 323

Rephlo, Mary, 164

Republican party, 62, 233, 234, 311

Research Libraries Group 166-167

"Research at the National Archives," by Constance Potter, 156-159

"Research at the Regional Archives," by Peter W. Bunce, 372-375

"Researcher's Map to National Archives Finding Aids, A" by Constance Potter, 274-277, 375

Revolutionary War, 4, 8, 12, 14, 15, 18, 19

Rhode Island, 189, 306, 311

Richard M. Nixon Museum, 145

Richards, David, 168

"'Richest Treasure House of Information, The': The Papers of Thomas Jefferson," by John Catanzariti, 39-55

"Right To Vote: The Enforcement Acts and Southern Courts, The" by Barbara Rust, 177, 231-237

Rives, William Cabell, 57, 61; editor, Letters and Other Writings of James Madison, Fourth President of the United States, 61

Robert F. Kennedy Oral History Project, 162

Rogers, John A., 202

Ronald Reagan Foundation, 166

Ronald W. Reagan Library, 109, 145, 147, 166

Roosevelt, Eleanor, 107, 112

Roosevelt, Franklin D., 49, 51, 100, 101, 103-108, 111, 115, 119, 146, 154-155, 165, 220, 380; photo, 102, 105, 106; Public Papers and Addresses, 105; quoted, 113

Roosevelt, Theodore, 48, 100, 104

Roosevelt Freedom Medal, 380

"Roosevelt to Reagan: The Birth and Growth of Presidential Libraries," by Frank Freidel, 100, 103-113

Rosenman, Samuel I., 105

Ross, Rodney, 164

Royal African Company, 187

Rubin, Sam, photo, 104

Rush, Benjamin, quoted, 155

Russell, Jonathan, 61

Russell, Majors and Waddell, 225, 226

Rust, Barbara, "The Right to Vote: The Enforcement Acts and Southern Courts," 177, 231-237

Rutherford B. Hayes Library, 100, 105

Rutland, Robert A., 62

Ryan, Frederick J., Jr., 166

Ryerson, Richard Alan, "Documenting the Presidency of John Adams: The Adams Papers Project," 21-37

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S. G. Wight, Chester Bullack, M. B. Stevens v. The Henriette Mining and Smelting Company, Ltd. and J.J.B. DuBois, 240

St. Clair, Arthur, 334, 336, 337, 338; port., 334

Saint-Mémin, Charles Balthazar Julien Févret de, engraving by, 70

Samuel Rotan (ship), 202-203

San Andreas fault, 359

San Francisco, CA, 359, 361, 363-368

Sandia Pueblo Indians, 243-244

Sangster, James, 88, 90, 91

Santa Rosa Polish Refugee Camp, records relating to accessioned, 93

Sarbanes, Paul S., 378; "The Challenge of Citizenship," 154-155

Savage, Edward, portrait by, 15

Savannah, GA, 166, 362

"Saving Our Sources: Conservation at the National Archives" (exhibit), 168

Sawyer, Lorenzo, 247

Scenic Hudson, Inc., papers accessioned, 160

Schaefer, William Donald, 378

Schamel, Charles, et al., Guide to the Records of the United States House of Representatives at the National Archives, 1789-1989, 164

Schewe, Donald B., "Establishing a Presidential Library: The Jimmy Carter Experience," 101, 125-133

Schirm, Tiffany, 120

Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr., 112, 380

Schlossberg, Caroline Kennedy, 166

Scott, Charles, 336

Sedition Act of 1918, 218, 219, 220

Seely, Oran W., 88, 90, 91

Selections from the Private Correspondence of James Madison from 1813 to 1836, 61

"Senate of the United States: 'Supreme Executive Council of the Nation,' 1787-1800, The," by Richard Allan Baker 299-313

"Setting the Stage for Reappraisal: The Papers of James Madison," by J.C.A. Stagg, 57-67

Sewing machine industry, 181

"Shanghai Bill," 227

Shaw, Peter, The Character of John Adams, 32

Shaw, Samuel, 318

Sherman, Roger, 289, 303; port., 301; quoted, 300

Shipman, Fred, 107, 108

Ships, Bureau of, records accessioned, 94

Short, William, 308-309

Shulman, Marshall D., files accessioned, 93

Sidey, Hugh, 120

Sierra Club, 247

Singer, Isaac M., 181

Skiff, John, 215, 216

Skinner, John, 352, 354

Smith, Charles, 164

Smith, Page, 32; John Adams, 29

Smith, Richard Norton, "A Presidential Revival: How the Hoover Library Overcame a Mid-Life Crisis," 101, 115-123

Smith, Robert, 65

Smith Act, 220

Smock, Raymond W., 284; "The House of Representatives: First Branch of the New Government," 287-297

Society of the Cincinnati, 8

South Carolina, 359, 361-363

Southern California Edison, papers relating to opened, 160

Spain, 315, 323

Sparks, Jared, 18; quoted, 17

Special Committee on Migration, records accessioned, 93

Stagg, J.C.A., "Setting the Stage for Reappraisal: The Papers of James Madison," 57-67

Stagg, John, 332; quoted, 336

Stanford University, 104, 105, 109

Stanhope, David, photo, 127

Stanton, Lucia C., editor, Jefferson's Memorandum Books: Accounts, with Legal Records and Miscellany, 1767-1826, 52

State, U.S. Department of, 48, 284, 347, 348; article about, 315-328; records accessioned, 92-93, 94, and declassified, 92; Thomas Jefferson papers at, 48

State of Nevada v. Floriston Pulp and Paper Company, 249

Stephan, Max, 220

Stevens, Edwin R., 269

Stewart, William J., 127

Storm King Mountain Project, papers concerning accessioned, 160

Strauss, Lewis, 121

Strategic Services, Office of, research conference of, 379

Stuart, Gilbert, portrait of Abigail Adams by, 22; portrait of John Adams by, 20

Sulzberger, Arthur Hays, 51, 52

Sutherland, Gen. Richard K., personal papers declassified, 92

Swan, Caleb, 332

Sweden, 65, 317, 318

Swerczek, Ronald, 75

Symington, Stuart, papers opened, 161

Szucs, Loretto Dennis, and Sandra Hargreaves Luebking, The Archives: A Guide to the National Archives Field Branches, 276, 375

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Tabor, Horace A. W., 240; photo, 240 Taft, William Howard, 100, 104

Tassel, David Van, 127

Tauke, Tom, 120

Territorial affairs, 322

Territorial courts, 177, 239, 269; article about, 223-229

Teti, Frank, photos by, accessioned, 162

Thalken, Thomas T., 111

Thind, Bhagat Singh, 269-270, 271, 272

"This Fierce Spirit of Liberty: The Making of the Bill of Rights" (exhibit), 378

Thomas, Helen, 380

Thomas Jefferson Bicentennial Commission, 50, 51

Thomas Jefferson Memorial Commission, 48, 49, 52

Thompson, "Big Bill," 220

Thomson, Charles, 285

Three Americans in Paris, by Lynn C. Miller, script accessioned, 162

Thursday's Child (yacht), 192

Time, Inc., 52

Titanic (ship), 188; photos, 193, 194

"'To Surrender All His Estate': The 1867 Bankruptcy Act," by Beverly Watkins, 176, 207-213

Todd, John Payne, 61

Tomlinson, V. W., 270

Treason, 176-177; article about, 215-221

Treasury, U.S. Department of the, 322, 338, 352

Treaty of Amity and Commerce, 317

Treaty of Paris, 316

Trevett, Samuel R., 65

Trohan, Walter, 121

Truckee River, 249

Truman, Harry S., 108-112, 119, 143; photo, 40; quoted, 39, 111, 120, 151

Truman, Mary Jane, oral history interview with accessioned and opened, 161

Trumbull, John, quoted, 297

Tuck, Joseph W., 202

Tucker, George, 47, 48

Tucker, St. George, 71

Tully, Grace, 107

Tuscany, 323

Tuttle, Arthur, quoted, 220

Twohig, Dorothy, 18

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Ulysses, by James Joyce, 188, 194

"Uncommon Awareness of Self: The Papers of George Washington, An" by W. W. Abbot, 7-19

Underwood, Orson, 181

Union Navy, 199

Unisys Corporation, 167

United Nations Affairs, Bureau of, files accessioned, 93

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, records relating to accessioned, 93

U.S. Air Force, papers relating to opened, 161

United States of America as Guardian of the Indians of the Pueblo of Sandia in the State of New Mexico v. George Abousleman, et al., 243-244

U.S. Army, 236; files relating to opened, 162

U.S. Army Commands, records declassified, 92

U.S. Army Corps, records declassified, 92

U.S. circuit courts, Fall issue, 346

U.S. Coast Guard, merchant marine log books accessioned, 94

U.S. Corps of Artillerists and Engineers, 342

U.S. Court of Appeals in Cases of Capture, 189

U.S. Courts of Appeals, 219, 220, 236, 270

U.S. Customs Service, case files processed, 95

U.S. district courts, Fall issue, 346; case files accessioned, 95; naturalization index cards processed, 95; naturalization records accessioned, 95; records available, 374

"United States Expands West: 1786-1841, The" (teaching package), 380

United States Food Administration, 83

U.S. Freehold Land and Emigration Company, 244

U.S. House of Representatives, 233, 299, 301, 303, 304, 306, 308, 310, 311, 313, 346, 351; article about, 287-297; guide to records in the National Archives published, 164

United States marshals, 285, 322; article about, 345-357

U.S. Navy, 339-340; records of navy installations processed, 95

U.S. Postal Service, papers relating to accessioned, 162

U.S. Senate, 346, 347; article about, 299-313; Committee on Privileges and Elections, 234; guide to records in the National Archives published, 164

U.S. Supreme Court, 190, 199, 217, 218, 220, 235, 240, 244, 267, 269, 270, 303, 308, 346; records accessioned, 94

U.S./USSR Genealogical Exchange Advisory Board, 379-380

United States v. Cruikshank, et al., 235

U.S. v. Eugene Debs, 219

U.S. v. George M. Heald, Edward Heald, and Walter Heald, 241

United States v. Jack McCall, 227

U.S. v. North Bloomfield Gravel Mining Company, 250-254

United States v. Ulysses, 194

University of Chicago, 61

University of Iowa, 119, 120, 121

University of Maryland, 378

University of Michigan, 109; Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, 111

University of Missouri-St. Louis, 381

University of Texas, 110, 112

University of Virginia, 18, 19, 48

University of Virginia at Charlottesville, 62

"Untapped Source: Civil War Prize Case Files, 1861-65, An" by Robert J. Plowman, 176, 197-205

Upshur, Lt. Comdr. J. H., 203

Utah, 166, 239, 244

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Vaganov, Fedor M., 380

Valis, Wayne, papers opened, 163

Vallandigham, Clement, 218; photo, 218

Vanderbilt Mine, 240

Varick, Capt. Richard, 12, 14

Vergennes, Comte de, 315

Vietnam war, papers relating to accessioned and opened, 162

Virginia, 68, 70-71, 166, 287, 306, 334, 336, 341, 347

Virginia Historical Society, 61

Virginia Militia, in the War of 1812, guide to published, 164

Virginia Regiment (British army), 8, 10, 12, 14, 15

Virginia State Library, 48

von Steuben, Baron Frederic, 338

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Wabash Indians, 333-334, 336, 337

Walch, Timothy, 120, 121

Walsh, Correa M., The Political Science of John Adams, 29

War Department, 217, 284; article about, 331-343

War of 1812, 57, 59, 62, 66; guide to Virginia units published, 164

"War Leaders" (exhibit), 379

"War Lords, The" (exhibit), 380

War Refugee Board, records relating to accessioned, 93

Ware, Caroline, papers accessioned and opened, 160

Warmoth, Henry C., 234; photo, 235

Warren, Charles, quoted, 346

Washington, George, 4, 5, 43, 50, 73, 100, 104, 115, 285, 293, 297, 308-310, 312, 320, 322, 324-327, 331, 332, 334, 336, 342, 346, 347, 348, 351, 354; diary, 12, 18; letter books, 10, 12, 14, 15; military papers, 12, 14; papers of, article about, 7-19; port., 6, 8, 11, 15, 17; quoted, 7, 8, 10, 12, 17, 288, 333, 337, 338, 341, 352, 354, 356; reproduction of correspondence, 44

Washington, Henry A., 48

Washington, Lund, 10

Washington, Martha, 10; port., 9

Washington Family, The (portrait), by Edward Savage, 15

Water pollution, 248, 249-254

Water rights, 244, 249

Water Rights law, 244

Watkins, Beverly, "'To Surrender All His Estate': The 1867 Bankruptcy Act," 176, 207-213

Watt, James, 43

Wayne, Anthony, 338-339; port., 339

Welles, Gideon, 199; photo, 196

"Where Have All the Flowers Gone? Early Environmental Litigation," by Waverly B. Lowell, 177, 247-255

Western European Union, records relating to accessioned, 93

"Western Natural Resources: Documenting the Struggle for Control," by Susan Chambers 177, 239-245

Westmoreland, Gen. William C., files opened, 162

Westward expansion, teaching package on, 380

Whiskey Rebellion, 340-341, 354-356

Whitaker, Dale Harley, 165

White, Alexander, 295; quoted, 297 White, Leonard D., 61; quoted, 327

White House Central Files, opened, 162-163

White House Conference on Child Health, 119

Whitehead, Alfred North, 144

Whitlock, Brand, 84

Wiedeman, Charles, 248-249

Wilder, Laura Ingalls, 120

Wilkinson, James, 338, 339

Williamson, Hugh, quoted, 354

Wilson, Don W., 380; "Creating a New Government," 284-285; "Federal Court Records in the Regional Archives System," 176-177; "The Legacy of Ebenezer Hazard, America's First Documentary Editor," 4-5; on opening of the 1920 census, 376-377; "Presidential Libraries," 100-101; quoted, 166, 167, 377, 379

Wilson, Douglas L., editor, Jefferson's Literary Commonplace Book, 52

Wilson, James, 303

Wilson, Mrs. Woodrow, 100

Wisconsin, 166

Wisconsin Territorial Act, 223

Wolverton, Charles E., 269-270, 272

Wood, Grant, 119; oil painting by, 118

Woodruff, Edwards, 251

Woolsey, John M., 194

Works of John Adams, edited by Charles Francis Adams, 24

World War I, 218-220; Belgian relief during, 75-86; educational materials on, 120; exhibit on, 119

World War II, 220, 258, 262; anniversary commemoration, 378-379; publications relating to, 165; records identification project, 168-169; records relating to accessioned, 93, and declassified, 92

Writings of James Madison, Comprising His Public Papers and His Private Correspondence, The, edited by Gaillard Hunt, 61

Writings of John Quincy Adams, edited by Worthington C. Ford, 28

Wyler, William, 258

Wyoming, 239, 241-242

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