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Congressional Record

In print, we have from 1789 to the present. Print volumes are in the government documents shelving on Level 1, under call number X 1.1:

Note: The earlier editions went by several names -- Annals of Congress, Register of Debates, Congressional Globe.

Electronic access:

1994-present: GPO's FDsys
1989-present: THOMAS
1789-present: Proquest Congressional (Emory Only)
1789-1824: Annals of Congress
1824-1837: Register of Debates
1833-1873: Congressional Globe

 


United States Code

In print, we have from 1934 to the present. Print volumes are in the government documents shelving on Level 1, under call number Y 1.2/5:

Electronic Access:

1994-present: GPO's FDsys
1925 to present: Hein Online (Emory only)
Most recent official version: Cornell's U.S. Code Collection
Most recent edition: Proquest Congressional (Emory Only)

 


Federal Register

In print, we have from 1936 to 1956, and 1968 to the present. Print volumes are in the government documents shelving on Level 1, under call number AE 2.106:

1956 through 1967 is in Microfiche 1532, also on Level 1.

Electronic Access:

1994-present: GPO's FDsys
1980-present: Proquest Congressional (Emory Only)
1936 to present: Hein Online (Emory only)

 


Code of Federal Regulations

In print, we have the latest edition only, except for Title 3, which we have from 1936 to the present. Print volumes are in the government documents shelving on Level 1, under call number AE 2.106/3:

Macmillan Law Library collection has previous issues in print.

Electronic Access:

1996-present: GPO's FDsys
1938 to present: Hein Online (Emory only)
1981-present: Proquest Congressional (Emory Only)

 


U.S. Census

In print, we have from the first census, 1790 to the most recent, 2000, under the label GOV-CENSUS on Level 1 in free-standing shelving.

For electronic access and more details, see How do I find information from the Census of the United States?

 


Foreign Relations of the United States

In print, we have volumes covering the years from 1861 to 1976. Print volumes are in the government documents shelving on Level 1, under call number S 1.1:

See the list of all published volumes.

Electronic Access:

1861-1976: Hein Online (Emory only)
1861-1960 University of Wisconsin
1945-1976 Department of State

Chat with a Reference Librarian:

 

Call the Library Service Desk at (404) 727-6873.

Text us a question to (404) 994-3366.