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Federal Legislative History: Congressional Documents

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Overview

The Congressional Documents collection consists of House Documents, Senate Documents, and Senate Treaty Documents. House and Senate documents contain various kinds of materials ordered to be printed by both chambers of Congress. Documents can include reports of executive departments and agencies, as well as committee prints, that were ordered to be printed as documents. Senate Treaty Documents contain the text of a treaty as it is submitted to the U. S. Senate for ratification by the President of the United States.

Source: FDsys

Congressional Documents (Online)

FDsys 104th Congress - present Open Access
     
Proquest Congressional 1817 - present * Special Restrictions

Congressional Documents at the Legal Information Center (Microfiche)

The CIS Index (located at KF49 .C62 in the Reference area) provides an index to and abstracts of Congressional documents published after 1969

United States Serial Set 1909-1969 Cabinets #46, Drawer 8 - #47, Drawer 8
     
Senate Executive Documents 15th - 90th Congress Cabinet #48, Drawer 6

Senate Treaty Document