National Archives Pacific Region (San Francisco)

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*[http://www.archives.gov/research/chinese-americans/guide.html Chinese Immigration and the Chinese in the United States] including U.S. District Courts, census, customs, immigration and naturalization, public health, and U.S. Marshalls.  
 
*[http://www.archives.gov/research/chinese-americans/guide.html Chinese Immigration and the Chinese in the United States] including U.S. District Courts, census, customs, immigration and naturalization, public health, and U.S. Marshalls.  
 
*Alcatraz penitentiary inmates [http://www.archives.gov/san-francisco/finding-aids/alcatraz-alpha.html alphabetical index].  
 
*Alcatraz penitentiary inmates [http://www.archives.gov/san-francisco/finding-aids/alcatraz-alpha.html alphabetical index].  
*[http://casefiles.berkeley.edu/ Case files for early immigrants to San Francisco and Hawaii]]
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*[http://casefiles.berkeley.edu/ Case files for early immigrants to San Francisco and Hawaii] indexed by surname.
 
*[http://www.archives.gov/san-francisco/finding-aids/ethnic-reference-paper.html Records for the Study of Ethnic History in the National Archives at San Francisco] including African Americans, Asian Indians, Asian Pacific Islanders, Chinese and Chinese Americans, Filipinos, Japanese and Japanese Americans, Latin Americans, and Native Americans.  
 
*[http://www.archives.gov/san-francisco/finding-aids/ethnic-reference-paper.html Records for the Study of Ethnic History in the National Archives at San Francisco] including African Americans, Asian Indians, Asian Pacific Islanders, Chinese and Chinese Americans, Filipinos, Japanese and Japanese Americans, Latin Americans, and Native Americans.  
 
*Loretto Dennis Szucs, and Sandra Hargreaves Luebking, ''The Archives: A Guide to the National Archives Field Branches'' (Salt Lake City: Ancestry, 1988), 22-24. {{WorldCat|17738169|disp=At various respositories (WorldCat)}}. {{FHL|630522|item|disp=FHL Book 977 A3sz}}). Describes each field branch collection, microfilms, services and activities. Each of 150 record groups of the archives is also described.
 
*Loretto Dennis Szucs, and Sandra Hargreaves Luebking, ''The Archives: A Guide to the National Archives Field Branches'' (Salt Lake City: Ancestry, 1988), 22-24. {{WorldCat|17738169|disp=At various respositories (WorldCat)}}. {{FHL|630522|item|disp=FHL Book 977 A3sz}}). Describes each field branch collection, microfilms, services and activities. Each of 150 record groups of the archives is also described.

Revision as of 20:55, 29 October 2013

National Archives Pacific Region (San Francisco)
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Contents

Contact Information

E-mail:[1]  sanbruno.archives@nara.gov

Address:[1]

Leo J. Ryan Memorial Federal Building
1000 Commodore Drive
San Bruno, California 94066-2350

Telephone:[1]  650-238-3501

Hours and holidays:[1]  Monday through Friday, 7:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., with extended hours on Wednesday until 5:30 P.M. Closed weekends and federal holidays.

Directions and public transportation:[2]

Internet sites and databases:

Collection Description

Over 70,000 cubic feet of records 1850s to 1980s, and some recent as the early 2000s. These records were generated by the Federal courts and more than 100 Federal agency field offices in:

  • California (northern and central)
  • Nevada (except Clark County)
  • Hawaii
  • American Samoa
  • Guam
  • Marshall Islands
  • Caroline Islands (now Federated States of Micronesia)
  • Northern Mariana Islands
  • U.S. Navy bases on foreign territory in the Pacific and Far East.

They have the resources for studying Asian-Pacific immigration, environmental and natural history, naval and military activity in the Pacific, the American Indian experience, and many other aspects of United States history.[1] Genealogical records include federal censuses and some indexes, censuses for American Samoa and American Indians in California and Nevada, the Five Civilized Tribes, San Francisco passenger arrivals, maritime records for west coast ports, Revolutionary War service records, bounty land warrants, and naturalizations, naturalization indexes for San Francisco, Honolulu, and Reno.[3]

Tips

  • A researcher I.D. card is required. To obtain it you must show photo identification, and fill out a form showing your name, address, telephone number, and a brief description of the proposed research topic.
  • Over 68% of the Regional Archives' records are currently described in ARC at the series level. If you do not find the records you are seeking, please contact the Pacific Region San Francisco staff.

Guides

Alternate Repositories

{ List (link to a Wiki article for) at least one or more other repositories that collect overlapping records, or similar family history material including central repositories, affiliated or branch repositories, higher level jurisdiction repositories, parent or daughter jurisdiction repositories. Also list neighboring repositories with similar records. Please briefly explain how each substitute repository is related.}

If you cannot visit or find a source at the National Archives Pacific Region (San Francisco), a similar source may be available at one of the following.

Overlapping Collections

  • Alternate Repository {create link for each, and give line or two describing collection}

Similar Collections



Neighboring Collections

  • Nixon Library and Museum
  • Reagan Library and Museum

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 The National Archives at San Francisco in National Archives (accessed 29 October 2013).
  2. National Archives at San Francisco Directions in National Archives (accessed 29 October 2013).
  3. Genealogy Research in National Archives (accessed 29 October 2013).