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Welcome to our National Archives webpage, your ultimate resource for preserving and accessing historical records of national significance. Our extensive collection guarantees a wealth of knowledge for researchers, historians, and curious individuals alike.

As the official repository of the nation's most treasured documents and records, the National Archives serves as a time capsule, capturing the essence of our country's history. Dive deep into the past and explore the stories, struggles, and triumphs that have shaped our nation.

With a vast array of documents available, including the NA Form 83 National Archives Order for Copies of Eastern Cherokee Applications and the NATF Form 85 National Archives Order for Copies of Federal Pension or Bounty Land Warrant Applications, our diverse collection caters to a wide range of interests.

Whether you're delving into genealogy and tracing your family tree, researching military service records through the NA Form 86 National Archives Order for Copies of Military Service Records, or delving into pivotal moments in history through the Form SF-180 Request Pertaining to Military Records, the National Archives provides the tools to make your journey an enlightening one.

Our dedication to preservation and accessibility ensures that these invaluable documents are safeguarded for future generations. Discover the stories that have remained hidden for decades, shedding light on the past and informing our present.

Come and explore the National Archives, where our mission is to unlock the past, inspire the present, and preserve the future.




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This document declares the United States as an independent nation from Great Britain. It was signed on July 4, 1776 by members of the Continental Congress.

This is a legal form filled out by military veterans and deceased veterans' relatives to obtain access to certain military records.

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