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Prologue | Winter 2017–18
Prologue Magazine
Prologue’s Story—So Far
The magazine celebrates 49 years of discovering history as it comes to the end of print production.
The Revolutionary Summer of 1862
During the summer of 1862, the U.S. Congress passed sweeping legislation affecting slavery, civil rights, and westward expansion.
The Reel Story of the Great War
Take a look at the rich motion picture holdings in the National Archives.
Articles published in Prologue do not necessarily represent the views of NARA or of any other agency of the United States Government.
Table of Contents
From the Archivist
Looking Back—Looking Ahead: Prologue at a Half-Century
Prologue's Story—So Far
Free Speech on Trial: Eugene V. Debs at Canton, Ohio
The Reel Story of the Great War
Safe for Democracy: Black National Guard Soldiers in the Great War
The Revolutionary Summer of 1862
Genealogy Notes: Ireland's Famine Children "Born at Sea"
Accessing the Passenger Arrival Data Records
Historian's Notebook: A Prologue to PrologueAccessions, the First Journal of the National Archives
Authors on the Record: Ron Chernow on Grant
Foundation for the National Archives
Pieces of History: A Green Light for Prologue
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