Beyond their historical and educational value, these treaties are used by tribal advocates in court to protect their rights in land and water disputes.
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National Archive GIFs Tell US History in Motion
The National Archives launches an online resource of GIFs from its collections of historic film, photography, art, and animation.
Wright Brothers’ 1903 Flying Machine Patent, Lost for Decades, Will Go on Display
After a mysterious and lengthy disappearance, the historic patent documents for the Wright Brothers’ groundbreaking flying machine have finally resurfaced and are now at home in the National Archives and Records Administration.
Art Institutions Share Secrets to Kick Off #MuseumWeek
Yesterday marked the beginning of Museum Week, an annual social media campaign that gives museums around the world the opportunity to engage with the public in a number of ways.
Eyewear for Chickens and a Time Capsule Full of Twinkies: Highlights from #AskAnArchivist Day
Today, archivists across the US took to Twitter to answer questions from the public.