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As a center for historical and genealogical research, we have both an Archival and Microfilm Research Room for researchers. Our historical records date from the 1800s to the late 1900s, and include letters, photographs, maps, architectural drawings, and other documents received from over 100 Federal agencies and courts in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas. We are open 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. For textual research, please call 817-551-2051 to set up an appointment.

In honor of opening day of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, here is the National Register of Historic Places Invento...
01/17/2020

In honor of opening day of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, here is the National Register of Historic Places Inventory - Nomination Form for the Fort Worth Stockyards Historic District. To view the whole document, check it out in our catalog: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/40973433

RESEARCHER NOTICE:National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)research rooms will be closed Monday, January 20, 2...
01/14/2020

RESEARCHER NOTICE:
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
research rooms will be closed Monday, January 20, 2020,
for the Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. Regular public services will resume on Tuesday, January 21.

Online access to NARA holdings will still be available 24
hours a day via www.archives.gov/research

If you have questions or concerns about the closures, please
contact us at [email protected].

01/10/2020

Due to the threat of severe weather, the National Archives at Fort Worth will be closing at 1 pm today.

We will resume normal business hours Monday, January 13th.

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01/09/2020

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Today marks 85 years since Elvis Presley was born in Tupelo, Mississippi. This famous photo of Elvis was taken in December 1970 during a visit to the White House.

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Top Ten of 2019
01/03/2020
Top Ten of 2019

Top Ten of 2019

As we close out the year, we’re taking a look back on the most popular posts published in 2019. And a huge THANK YOU to the National Archives staff who work so hard to share our love of history! 10…

RESEARCHER NOTICE - Upcoming Holiday Closures (revised for December 24 closure)All research rooms in every archival faci...
12/23/2019
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RESEARCHER NOTICE - Upcoming Holiday Closures (revised for December 24 closure)

All research rooms in every archival facility across the National Archives network will be closed to the public:
â—Ź Tuesday, December 24 for Christmas Eve - closed all day (revised)
â—Ź Wednesday, December 25 for Christmas Day - closed all day
● Tuesday, December 31 for New Year’s Eve - closing at noon
â—Ź Wednesday, January 1, 2020 for New Year's Day - closed all day

Regular services will resume the following business day.

Nationwide closures can be found at Federal Holidays and
Research Room Closings . Check your local archival location for normal hours at www.archives.gov/locations .

Online access to National Archives holdings will still be available 24 hours a day via www.archives.gov/research .

If you have questions or concerns about this closure, please
contact us at [email protected].

Available services: Archival Research Room, Microfilm Research Room, "National Archives Experience" - The Rotunda, The Public Vaults, The William McGowan Theater, The Lawrence F. O'Brien Gallery Visit the National Archives Museum

Archives and the Bill of Rights: December 15 is Bill of Rights Day, which commemorates the ratification of the first 10 ...
12/16/2019
What you may not know about the Bill of Rights

Archives and the Bill of Rights: December 15 is Bill of Rights Day, which commemorates the ratification of the first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution. For more information on events and resources at the National Archives, visit our Bill of Rights Day website.

December 15 is Bill of Rights Day, which commemorates the ratification of the first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution. For more information on events and resources at the National Archives, vi…

South Carolina: Natural Resources Conservation Service (RG 114, NAID 2736856) -- SC-30,192. Unidentified Photo. Question...
12/02/2019

South Carolina: Natural Resources Conservation Service (RG 114, NAID 2736856) -- SC-30,192. Unidentified Photo. Questions? Contact us at [email protected].

Archives and South Carolina: Among the vast assortment of photographs from the Natural Resources Conservation Service (R...
12/02/2019

Archives and South Carolina: Among the vast assortment of photographs from the Natural Resources Conservation Service (RG 114, NAID 2736856) are some interesting images from South Carolina. There are scenes from McBee, Moncks Corner, Anderson, Horry County, and several unidentified locations throughout the state. Inquiries? Contact us at [email protected].

Here is a 1917 Thanksgiving menu from the United States School of Military Aeronautics (RG18).
11/26/2019

Here is a 1917 Thanksgiving menu from the United States School of Military Aeronautics (RG18).

11/25/2019

Archives and Thanksgiving: All research rooms in every archival facility across the National Archives network, will be closed to the public at noon on November 27. All National Archives locations will be closed the entire day on November 28, Thanksgiving Day.

Regular services will resume on Friday, November 29.

Online access to National Archives holdings will still be available 24 hours a day via www.archives.gov/research.

If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected].

Archives and 1954 Baseball: Nestled among the Receipts for Individual Indian Money (NAID 640909), is this tiny Falstaff ...
11/21/2019

Archives and 1954 Baseball: Nestled among the Receipts for Individual Indian Money (NAID 640909), is this tiny Falstaff baseball schedule and calendar for 1954. Inquiries? Contact us at [email protected].

Archives and Veteran's Day: National Archives and Records Administration research rooms will be closed Monday, November ...
11/08/2019

Archives and Veteran's Day: National Archives and Records Administration research rooms will be closed Monday, November 11, 2019 for the Veterans Day holiday.

Regular public services will resume on Tuesday, November 12, 2019.

Archives and Will Rogers: On this day in 1879, cowboy writer and actor Will Rogers was born in Indian Territory near cur...
11/04/2019

Archives and Will Rogers: On this day in 1879, cowboy writer and actor Will Rogers was born in Indian Territory near current day Oologah, Oklahoma. Rogers spent his life entertaining people with his wit and humor in writing, on radio, and on the big screen. Sadly, his life ended suddenly in an airplane crash in Alaska along with aviator Wiley Post in 1935.

The National Archives at Fort Worth holds the original records of the Dawes Commission for the Five Civilized Tribes which include the Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek and Seminole tribes. Rogers was Cherokee and can be found listed on Cherokee Census Card 4747 along with his father Clement V. Rogers (NAID 4662500). Census Cards were created for each “family group” by the Dawes Commission to record information about the applicants. The individual Census Cards are indexed, digitized and available online at Ancestry. com (database titled Native American Enrollment Cards) and Fold3.com (database titled Dawes Enrollment Cards).

In addition to the Census Cards the Enrollment Jackets contain the application and supporting documents for the applicants. If an individual was approved as a member of one of the Five Civilized Tribes then land was allotted and is detailed in the Land Allotment Jackets.

To begin your search for an individual on the Dawes Rolls visit NARA’s Native American Heritage page on the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes (The Dawes Commission), 1893-1914. Questions? Contact us at [email protected].

Photographer James A. Weston took this image of Hole-in-the-Rock near Lake Powell on September 25, 1969. The caption rea...
10/29/2019

Photographer James A. Weston took this image of Hole-in-the-Rock near Lake Powell on September 25, 1969. The caption reads: "Picture is taken looking south into the Hole-in-the-Rock where pioneers let 26 wagons down through the rocks with ropes." Record Group 114: Records of the Soil Conservation Service. FW1 – Photographs and Negatives (1930-1971). NAID 2736856. Inquiries? Contact us at [email protected].

Archives and the Natural Resources Conservation Service in Utah: As part of their ongoing mission to preserve and protec...
10/29/2019

Archives and the Natural Resources Conservation Service in Utah: As part of their ongoing mission to preserve and protect the environment, the Soil Conservation Service (now the Natural Resources Conservation Service) took thousands of photographs in the 20th Century. Their focus was on nature and our relationship with it - including dams, watersheds, bridges, etc. Here are some beautiful, timeless pieces from Utah. Record Group 114: Records of the Soil Conservation Service. FW1 – Photographs and Negatives (1930-1971). NAID 2736856. Inquiries? Contact us at [email protected].

Archives and Mary Martin: Complications from the 1896 applications included Mary Elizabeth Martin’s rejection. Martin ap...
10/11/2019

Archives and Mary Martin: Complications from the 1896 applications included Mary Elizabeth Martin’s rejection. Martin applied for Chickasaw enrollment—her parents had both been married to tribal citizens before marrying each other. In 1906 the Dawes Commission received 202 petitions involving close to 700 people, commonly referred to as the “Mary Martin Cases.” The end result was that “…a white person, by marriage with an Indian, acquired only personally the rights and privileges of citizens by blood and not the capacity to confer citizenship upon others…” —all of the Mary Martin petitions were denied (see “Report on Enrollment,” page 161, NAID 649494).

The cases include the names of all applicants and their attorneys, general genealogical information, a summary of papers filed and proceedings held, the decision of the Commission, and references to related cases. Attached please find sample pages from Ella Florence Cochran’s file (W-1). While we are in the process of uploading the digitized case papers to the National Archives Catalog, the index to them is already available online: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/650076. If you are interested in requesting any of the files, please email us at [email protected].

Archives and Loula West: Here’s a spotlight on a series involving the Dawes Commission and the proceedings relating to t...
10/07/2019

Archives and Loula West: Here’s a spotlight on a series involving the Dawes Commission and the proceedings relating to the children of intermarried whites seeking enrollment as Choctaw or Chickasaw Citizens by Blood. Loula West’s attorneys argued that the Commission and the Choctaw Chickasaw Citizenship Court had no jurisdiction over people admitted to the tribes prior to 1896; tribal attorneys claimed otherwise. Eventually the tribes prevailed.

In the meantime, over 130 people filed “Loula West Cases”—all were eventually denied. Generally the case files include the names of all applicants and their attorneys, general genealogical information, a summary of papers filed and proceedings held, the decision of the Commission, actions taken by the Secretary of the Interior, and references to related cases. The case files are scanned and available on the National Archives Catalog, https://catalog.archives.gov/id/650074. Here are sample pages from Charles Miner Dorchester’s file (including Fannie May, Mack, and Samuel Dorchester)—for the whole case, please see https://catalog.archives.gov/id/1225398. Inquiries? Contact us at [email protected].

Archives and Influenza: During the height of the Flu Epidemic of 1918, many federal agencies took precautions and the Ar...
09/30/2019

Archives and Influenza: During the height of the Flu Epidemic of 1918, many federal agencies took precautions and the Army Air Corps (RG 18) was no different. On September 30, 1918, 1st Lieutenant W. M. Bailey (2nd Provisional Wing, Park Place, Houston, Texas) shared a memorandum (Subject Files, 1918-1919, NAID 2765895). The memo provided guidance and information on the flu, focusing on the fact that the flu was “a crowd disease.” It demanded the need to increase the floor space per person: for those in the barracks or tents, each man must have 50 square feet minimum of floor space; for those in the hospital, a minimum of 100 square feet. A few days later, Major A. R. Goodman sent further measures including the stipulations that prohibited common drinking cups. It further states that all dishes and handkerchiefs must boiled when washed. Inquiries? Contact us at [email protected].

Archives and Uncle Sam's "Hush": Enjoy this Text Message post by Daniel Dancis. Daniel, an archivist at the National Arc...
09/20/2019
“I’m Counting on You” by Leon Helguera: A Mexican Artist Puts His Stamp on Uncle Sam

Archives and Uncle Sam's "Hush": Enjoy this Text Message post by Daniel Dancis. Daniel, an archivist at the National Archives in College Park, highlights artist Leon Helguera's interesting work with the Office of War Information in 1944 and the poster of Uncle Sam. Note: There are three posts pertaining to the Uncle Sam "Hush" poster.
https://text-message.blogs.archives.gov/2019/09/17/leon-helguera-and-the-official-insignia-of-the-security-of-war-information-campaign-a-mexican-artist-puts-his-stamp-on-uncle-sam/

This is the first of three posts about the Uncle Sam poster for the Security of War Information campaign. Today’s post is written by Daniel Dancis, an Archivist in the Textual Processing Branch at …

09/12/2019
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Archives and Probate: Here’s a spotlight on the series “Case Files on Individual Indians” (NAID 657032). In almost 600 archives boxes, there are over 12,000 names involved in probate matters for the Choctaws, Chickasaws, Creeks, Cherokees, and Seminoles in Oklahoma from 1910 – 1952. While the cases files are not digitized, you are able to search for names on the National Archives Catalog: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/657032. Found a name or have a question? Contact us at [email protected].

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All archival research areas in every archival facility across the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) ne...
09/09/2019

All archival research areas in every archival facility across the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) network, except the Presidential Libraries and Federal Records Centers, will be closed to the public for an In-Service Day on Wednesday, September 11, 2019.

Regular services will resume on Thursday, September 12. Check your local archival location for normal hours at www.archives.gov/locations. Online access to NARA holdings will still be available 24 hours a day via
www.archives.gov/research.

If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected] or 817-551-2051.

Archives and Hurricanes: Tucked away among the New Orleans General Case Files (NAID 251462), is a small intervening case...
09/06/2019

Archives and Hurricanes: Tucked away among the New Orleans General Case Files (NAID 251462), is a small intervening case: William Humphreys vs. Barge “Mississippi” (case number 13617). William Humphreys and the Barge “R.W. Wilmot” crew found the "Mississippi" adrift in the Gulf of Mexico on September 15, 1900.
The interesting aspect of the case is the exhibit of the Weather Bureau's poster/map of the massive 1900 Galveston Hurricane, a.k.a. the West Indian Hurricane (NAID 7580895). Most likely the "Mississippi" did not fare well during the massive hurricane--the Wilmot crew not only located the vessel, but salvaged it. The lawsuit is seeking payment for their salvage of the barge. Inquiries? Please email us at [email protected].

Archives and the Volunteer Corner: Hi, it’s Renee’ again—volunteer over here at the National Archives in Fort Worth. I t...
08/27/2019

Archives and the Volunteer Corner: Hi, it’s Renee’ again—volunteer over here at the National Archives in Fort Worth. I thought I’d share some more findings while working with the Army and Navy General Hospital’s Medical Case Files of Patients (Record Group 112—NAID 605023). As I mentioned previously, these case files pertain to soldiers seeking treatment at the Hot Springs Arkansas Baths from 1890-1912. As an avid genealogist, I never thought much about Medical Genealogy since that information can be few and far between. The records with that data are indeed that rare bird.

Each soldier attending the hospital was asked about his medical history including details about his parents. Some men explained how their father and mother may have died, whether or not they themselves had Rheumatism, or even cancer. The mention of cancer is rare, but there are many other interesting facts to be found out about the family medical history. Please enjoy this little sampling. Inquiries? Contact us at [email protected].

Archives and Labor Day: RESEARCHER NOTICE: National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) research rooms will be cl...
08/22/2019

Archives and Labor Day: RESEARCHER NOTICE: National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) research rooms will be closed Monday, September 2, 2019, for the Labor Day holiday.

Regular public services will resume on Tuesday, September 3. Please check your local archival location for normal hours at www.archives.gov/locations#research-facilities.

Online access to NARA holdings will still be available 24 hours a day via www.archives.gov/research.

If you have questions or concerns about this closure, please contact us at [email protected] or call 817-551-2051

Archives and the Volunteer Corner: Hi, I’m Renee’—for over 10 years, I have been a volunteer at the National Archives in...
08/14/2019

Archives and the Volunteer Corner: Hi, I’m Renee’—for over 10 years, I have been a volunteer at the National Archives in Fort Worth. While I have worked on a wide variety of records, currently I have been helping other volunteers create a name index to the Army and Navy General Hospital’s Medical Case Files of Patients (Record Group 112—NAID 605023). These case files pertain to soldiers seeking treatment at the Hot Springs Arkansas Baths from 1890-1912. As a family historian, I am amazed with and intrigued by these records. Patient information includes physical details—height, weight, race, among other features; but wait! There’s more! The files also reveal some medical history (diagnosis, treatment, and condition) as well as some service history (rank, years of service, and occasionally the battles they fought, etc.).

Let me introduce you to Charles Harding Loring, born Dec. 28, 1828 in Boston. The records show that he joined the U.S. Navy in 1851 and over his career, he sailed from Boston to Europe to Boston to Japan to New York with a few stops along the way. He served on the Merimac, the USS Minnesota, and the USS Tennessee. He contracted his worst illness—two severe attacks of malaria—in Evansville, Indiana as well as in Cairo, Illinois. He left the Navy in 1884 but worked in the Bureau of Steam Engineering and later the Experimental Board in New York. He started to feel poorly in 1894. He entered the Arkansas hospital on February 1, 1898 and left a few months later on April 6th. His treatments in Hot Springs included daily 10 minute baths at 98 degrees, 2 liters of Mountain Valley Water per day, and a special diet. He returned home “much improved."

While we are still working on these records, we are finding more interesting things all the time. My plan is to present you with a few different finds along the way. When the indexing is done, all of the names will be uploaded into the Catalog—that way, all you will need to do is type in a name to find out if your great grandfather’s traveled to Hot Springs for relief. Inquiries? Contact us at [email protected].

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