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Ancestry.com and National Archives Join Forces to Make Millions of Historical Documents Available Online to Americans Wanting to Research Family History This Memorial Day and Beyond New Agreement Features On-Site Ancestry.com Technicians and Scanners at National Archives For Ongoing Digitization of Historical Content
Also note that the following posting was made to the APG Association of Professional Genealogists Mailing List.
On Behalf Of Suzanne Russo Adams
In conjunction with the announcement about the NARA/TGN digitization agreement [listed above] I was just made aware of a page on Ancestry.com that lists all of the NARA series and films that are currently in databases on Ancestry.
If you scroll past the search template you will see a table that lists the NARA series #, the NARA Collection Title, the Ancestry Database Title and the number of film reels and/or fiche in that collection. I think this will prove very useful for understanding which NARA records are currently on the Ancestry website.
I am told this page will be updated as more NARA titles are added.
Suzanne Russo Adams, AG(r)
Professional Services Desk Manager,
The Generations Network