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Sunday, Dec. 28, 2008

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The National Archives and Records Administration is a government agency charged with preserving historical records.

The importance of the Archives should be apparent to all. But you may not realize that the records are available to the public.

In fact, you can view many of the records in the comfort of your own home. Just visit today's Cool Site. It features 1,200 of the 10 billion records in the Archive.

Start by clicking on a record. You can get a closer look at the record and learn more about it. You'll also see related records. The records are pictures and documents.

The site also has many features you wouldn't expect. For example, you can create movies from the records. Or, make your own poster!

History buffs in particular will love this site. But, everybody can find something here to hold their attention!

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