The US Congressional Serial Set began publication in 1817 with the 15th Congress and contains House and Senate Documents and Reports, such as journals, directories, manuals, legislation, annual reports from agencies, investigations, statistics, and surveys.
Comprised of 15,000 volumes and almost 13 million pages, the Serial Set is an invaluable primary source of American history.
The Serial Set covers a wide array of topics, including:
Finding a known document or volume can be tricky.
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