The National Archives launched Online Public Access (OPA) on Dec. 27th. What is it? It’s a search tool for all their online records and/or information about their records. It will also display the online records. It includes:
- Data from the Archive Research Catalog (ARC)
- Selected electronic records in the Archive Database (AAD)
- Selected electronic records from the Electronic Records Archives (ERA)
- Web pages from Archive.gov
For more information, please visit the Narations blog.
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Kris Hocker, “NARA Online Public Access: Have You Tried It?,” /genealogy the genealogy & family research site of Kris Hocker, modified 26 Jan 2011 (http://www.krishocker.com/nara-online-public-access-have-you-tried-it/ : accessed 22 May 2015).
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