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Databases

Databases can help you find government documents.


Monthly Catalog of US Government Publications, 1895-1975

The Monthly Catalog of US Government Publications, 1895-1976 is the US Government Printing Office’s authorized government bibliography from 1895 to June 1976. It provides historical information on  Demographics, education, energy use, environmental issues, health care and almost any other subject. 
(Accessible in all Pratt Library Locations, or from home with your library card)

U.S. Government Documents

The Catalog of U.S. Government Publications (CGP) consists of both historical and current Government publications since July 1976. Eventually, the CGP, will include records dating back to the late 1800s. Several features of the new CGP include access to authenticated government documents online and the ability to save and email documents. Documents can also be located in other Federal depository libraries in any State. In addition, the U.S. Congressional Serial Set, periodicals, Internet publications, and new electronic titles can be accessed.
The Catalog of U.S. Government Publications (CGP).
(Accessible in all Pratt Library Locations, or from home with your library card)
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