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For general information or to find sources that include information on more than one war, click on the above tabs to find lists of resources and related information about Books, Articles, Newspapers, Government Information, Archival Resources, or Internet.
Ancestry is a subscription service offering extensive resources for researching family history including databases containing billions of digitized historical documents, message boards, educational materials, and family trees contributed by individual researchers.
The site covers a wide variety of topics, including Civil War records, Native American resources, newspapers, photographs and much more.These visual materials provide a lighter, but still seriously interesting, perspective on the war.We also have a small number of publications from overseas Vietnamese, mainly in the USA, Canada, and Europe, which were published during and after the war.This database is available in the National Archives at College Park Library (Room 3000). Government publications compiled under directive of the Congress. Serial Set Digital Collection contains hundreds of thousands of documents and over 52,000 maps, ranging from 1789 to the present.Fold3 (Formerly Footnote.com) presents millions of digitized historical documents that can be searched and browsed. It contains comprehensive and often detailed information on an extremely wide range of subjects.
Digital National Security Archive The Digital National Security Archive contains 38 collections consisting of over 94,000 declassified government documents totaling more than 650,000 total pages.