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The U.S. Serial Set is a collection of U.S. Government publications
compiled under directive of the Congress. Publication began with the 15th Congress, 1st session in 1817. Documents before 1817 may be found in the American State Papers.
The Serial Set contains the House and Senate Documents and
the House and Senate Reports.
The reports are usually from congressional
committees dealing with proposed legislation and issues under
The documents include all other papers ordered printed by
the House or Senate. Documents cover a wide variety of topics and may
include reports of executive departments and independent organizations,
reports of special investigations made for Congress, and annual reports
of non-governmental organizations.
During the late nineteenth and early
twentieth centuries, executive-branch materials were also published in
the Serial Set.
Full-text access to the U.S. Congressional Serial Set from 1789 to the present.
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UMCP McKeldin Library, U.S. Government Information Su Doc
CALL NUMBER: Y 1.1/2:vol., Y 1.1/5, Y 1.1/8: (1947-present)
UMCP McKeldin Library, U.S. Government Information Rare (Ask at Info Desk)
CALL NUMBER: Y 1.1/2: vol. (1789-1946)
UMCP McKeldin Library, U.S. Government Information Microfiche
CALL NUMBER: Y 1.1/2: vol. (1789-1976, 1979-present)