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The word archives is a noun.  Archives means (1) a depository containing historical records and documents, (2) collection of records especially about an institution.
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  • National Archives
    Holds the archival records of the United States federal government. Access census data, works of art, manuscripts, and many other legal and historic documents.
    https://www.archives.gov/
  • Library of Congress American Memory
    Primary source and archival materials relating to American culture and history. Browse writings and speeches, sound recordings, photographs and video images as well as prints, maps, and sheet music that document the American experience.
    https://memory.loc.gov/
  • Internet Archive
    A digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Free access. It contains over 76,000 moving images, 41,223 live concerts, 158,906 audio recordings, and 227,502 texts. The Internet Archive also has Forums through which users can submit questions.
    https://www.archive.org/
  • Animation World Network
    This animation news and information resource features a magazine with searchable archives as well as a web animation guide, discussion forums, and comprehensive animation links.
    https://www.awn.com/
  • Boston.com
    Boston.com is the Internet site for the Boston Globe newspaper. Users can read today's paper and selected other articles for free. Users must subscribe to read the archives. There are other links to events in Boston, breaking news, obituaries, and many more.
    https://www.boston.com/
  • Canada.com Network
    Canada.com is operated by CanWest Media Publications. It offers newspapers, television, and unique online content from many well-known sources. Canada.com also has classifieds and late breaking news that can be accessed for free. Subscribers have access to more information and archives.
    https://www.canada.com/
  • Find Articles
    Find Articles, located in San Francisco, is a LookSmart product. Find Articles provides free access to millions of articles searchable by specific journal, author, or subject. The articles are from selected academic, industry, and general interest publications. Archives date back to 1984. Users can also find a list of all the publications covered on the website.
    https://www.findarticles.com/
  • ScientificAmerican.com
    This is the website for Scientific American, the oldest continuously published scientific magazine in America, founded in 1845. The website has many news stories and articles of scientific interest in all fields. Also subscription information and information about accessing the archives.
    https://www.sciam.com/
  • The Nation
    The Nation, headquartered in New York City, was founded in 1865 to publish articles and information about politics and social issues from a non-partisan point of view. There are 47 issues per year. This is the website of the online version, which contains the articles in the current issue plus other articles and news of interest. With a paper subscription, users can access online archives.
    https://www.thenation.com/
  • University of California, San Diego
    UCSD has an enrollment of over 27,000 students. It is part of the California University system. The School is organized into 6 colleges that include Eleanor Roosevelt College, Earl Warren College, Thurgood Marshall College, and three others. UCSD is known for excellent surfing opportunities and for the Theodore Geisl (Dr. Seuss) archives. Information about visiting and applying on the website.
    https://www.ucsd.edu/
The following articles provide recent archives-related news.
  • How to Dig Up Family History Online
    Digitized newspaper archives and hyperlocal historical sources can help you understand how your ancestors lived.
    J. D. Biersdorfer.  New York Times.  Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 13:00:13 +0000.
  • Bearcats to remove Schott's name from stadium
    The board of trustees at the University of Cincinnati unanimously voted to remove Marge Schott's name from the baseball stadium and another area of the university's archives library.
    ESPN.  Tuesday, 23 Jun 2020 12:09:29 EST.
  • National Archives Locates Handwritten Juneteenth Order
    On June 19, 1865, the decree informed the people of Texas that enslaved individuals were now free
    Smithsonian.  Friday, 19 Jun 2020 18:16:21 +0000.

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