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The U.S. Congressional Serial Set is a collection of legislative primary source materials covering the period 1817 through 1994 (the 15th through 103rd Congresses). It’s made up of congressional reports, documents and journals, arranged in sequentially numbered volumes. This digital version is searchable by publication, bill number, or keyword. Searches can also be limited to tables, maps, and/or illustrations.
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