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- The Archives preserves the permanent records of the Federal Government for the people of the United States.
- The National Archives at Kansas City is one of 13 regional branches of the National Archives.
- Hold records created by field offices of agencies in region.
- In the Stacks - records from
- North Dakota
- South Dakota
What Is There To Do at the Archives?
- Explore our exhibit galleries
- Watch Democracy Starts Here (11 min film)
- Research your family history
- Attend a genealogy workshop, author lecture, or film series
- Film Makers
A Few of the Treasures at the Kansas City Archives
- Leavenworth Penitentiary inmate files and mugshots
- Naturalization records
- Federal court records
- Federal land records
- Bureau of Indian Affairs records
- o central index exists
- Records of naturalizations in Federal Courts are at the National Archives
- Many indexes are posted on website
Federal Land Records
- Cancelled land entry files for some Kansas and Nebraska land offices (early 1900s)
- Kansas and Missouri land tract books
- Some Kansas land office records
Bureau of Indian Affairs
- Records vary widely in date range and content
- Name indexes do not exist for most series
- Extensive finding aids have been created by staff to assist researchers
What You Won’t Find at the National Archives
- Birth, marriage, and death records
- Wills & probate records
- Family histories
- County court records
- Church records
- Main tel. 816-268-8000
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Research Rooms: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Tuesday thru Saturday; Exhibits: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Tuesday thru Saturday
- Closed on Mondays and all Federal holidays
- This page was last modified on 6 March 2014, at 17:37.
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