U.S. National Archives


In this Re-Discovering America segment – I visit the National Archives of the United States in Washington D.C.   It’s the headquarters of about 40 buildings based around the country where important documents and artifacts are stored relating to the government and history of the U.S.

My visit was completely mind-blowing as I really had no idea what to expect other than seeing the Constitution and Declaration of Independence.   But, it was so, so much more.

I visited with Becky Martin who is an education specialist at the National Archives who talked about all of things that they’ve collected over the past 250 years.



Standing in front of the National Archives in Washington DC



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Bill is a travel journalist, broadcaster and freelance writer based in Saint Louis, Missouri. Bill travels all across the country doing positive stories, highlighting people and places making America great. He's the host of the weekly Rediscover America podcast and author of the new book 100 Things To Do In America Before You Die! Bill enjoys parks, talking to strangers, eating medium-rare steaks, playing Pickleball and telling good jokes.