The National Archives says its Civil War records are among its holdings that are most requested by the public. But until now, reviewing those documents required a trip to Washington and time reviewing the original papers. But the Archives has now put about 275,000 pages of records with the names of some three million potential draftees online. The Archives didn’t have the money to digitize the records itself, so it partnered with the genealogy service Ancestry.com. After five years, the Archives will own the digital records, free and clear.