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The U.S. Congressional Serial Set is a collection of primary source materials covering the period 1817 through 1980 (the 15th through 96th congresses). This electronic version is presently complete through the 94th Congress, 1st session (1975). It’s made up of congressional reports and documents, arranged in sequentially numbered volumes. Many important executive agency documents were printed in congressional editions during the 19th century, making the U.S. Congressional Serial Set an incredibly rich resource covering nearly every aspect of society. The set includes the American State Papers, a retrospective collection of materials originating from 1789 through 1838 but published in the second quarter of the 19th century.
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