The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) and Footnote.com released the internet’s largest Interactive Holocaust Collection today. The collection can be viewed at www.footnote.com/holocaust. The collection has over one million Holocaust related records; including millions of names and 26,000 photos … Continue reading
Adding more than 1 million new records per month, Footnote.com will mark the month of October, designated Family History Month, with the addition of its 60 millionth image. Since its launch in January 2007, Footnote.com has partnered with organizations including … Continue reading
On September 21, 1981, Sandra Day O’Connor was appointed the first female associate Supreme Court Justice in Washington D.C., under the presidency of Ronald Reagan. She was a popular jurist and politician from Arizona. Read more about this monumental event … Continue reading
Today in History: Star-Spangled Banner penned as War of 1812 looms. Find out more about the Star-Spangled Banner and the author, Francis Scott Key, at Footnote.com.
Today in History; on September 10, 1813, nine U.S. vessals defeated and captured six British vessals in the Battle of Lake Erie, effectively taking control of the strategic Lake Erie. Find out why Lake Erie was so important and helped … Continue reading