Take a trip to the National Archives

Take a trip to the National Archives

If you haven’t visited the National Archives since its move to the new location in Bowling Green, it’s worth the trip.

The National Archives houses many items of interest for genealogists.
This includes passenger lists, naturalization records and census records.

On the web site, you can find information about the various collections as well as the free online databases available for use. There is also information about the free workshops that are offered once a month.

The Archives is open the first Saturday of the month from 10 – 4 p.m. for those who can only visit on the weekend.

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For more information, go to the web site at:
www.archives.gov/nyc/public/genealogy.html

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