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Congressional Bibliographies

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U.S. Congressional Bibliographies

compiled and provided courtesy of North Carolina State University (NCSU) Libraries

PURPOSE: The U.S. Congressional Bibliographies enumerate and describe

meetings held by Congressional committees since 1985, those for which

printed transcripts are issued, and those that remain unprinted. Its

sources are the Congressional Record's "Daily Digest," with

bibliographic information supplied by the U.S. Senate Library and GPO’s

Catalog of U.S. Government Publications. Its primary goal is to be an

authoritative, exhaustive reference source of meetings held and

documents (hearings, prints, and publications) released by House and

Senate committees.

FILE SOURCE:

WWW: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/congbibs/

 

 

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