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- America's Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being. (PR 42.8:C 43/C 43/2007)
- Changes in the Economic Resources of Low-Income Households with Children. (Y 10.2:EC 7/19)
- Citing Records in the National Archives of the
. (AE 1.113:17/2007) United States
- Comprehensive Revised Report with Addendums on Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction (Duelfer Report). (PREX 3.2:IR1)
- Congressional Pictorial Directory. (Y 4.P 93/1:1 P/110)
- Elisha Jones House and Shed: Minute Man National Historical Park,
. (I 29.88:J 71) Concord, Massachusetts
Part of the Historic Architecture Program series issued by the National Park Service. Other reports can be found in Langsdale Government Documents.
- Federal Resources on Missing and Exploited Children. (PR 42.8:C 43/R 31/2007)
- The Health Benefits of Volunteering: A Review of Recent Research. (Y 3.N 21/29:2 H 34)
- Military Service Records at the National Archives. (AE 1.124:109)
- National Compensation Survey: Employee Benefits in Private Industry in the United States, 2005. (L 2.3:2589)
- The National Export Strategy: Annual Report to the United States Congress. (C1.1/6: 2007)
- Research in the Land Entry Files of the General Land Office: Record Group 49. (AE 1.124:114)
From the introduction: "The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the official repository for records of the U.S. General Land Office, a predecessor of the Bureau of Land Management, that document the transfer of public lands from the United States to private ownership. The case files generated by over 10 million such individual land transactions, known as land entries, and the tract books and various name indexes used to access them are located in the National Archives Building, Washington, DC."
- Source Book of Statistics of Income. Active Corporation Income Tax Returns July 2004-June 2005. (T 22.35/5-2:2004)
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