Government Resources · Government Publications

100 Milestone Documents
Full graphic images with text of one hundred vital American historical documents (1776–1965).
Avalon Project at the Yale Law School
Full text of historically important U.S. and world documents, from the Athenian Constitution of ancient Greece to U.N. treaties and conventions of the present day.
Catalog of U.S. Government Publications
Comprehensive index to older and newer government publications; many in full-text.
Checklist of United States Publications 1789-1909
Complete list of all public documents issued by the United States between 1789 and 1909. Content linked by SuDoc letter for SuDoc Call Number searching. Also provides Congressional Tables.
Congressional Research Service Reports
University of North Texas site features many full-text digital editions of these unique reports, covering a wide variety of social, economic and political topics.
Core Documents of Our Democracy
Core group of current and historical Government publications that "define our democratic society." Includes the Bill of Rights, Constitution, Federalist papers, Supreme Court decisions, etc.
Discover U.S. Government Information
Access to full-text laws, regulations, and publications from the federal government.
The Founders’ Constitution
A collection of political and legal philosophy, history, and constitutional arguments of the thoughts and debates of the creators of the Constitution. Originally prepared by Philip B. Kurland and Ralph Lerner. Useful for students of jurisprudence and constitutional law.
Historical Documents & Speeches
A comprehensive site with links to historical documents from the White House and Congress to African American historical documents and political news headlines.
Making of America
Digital library of primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction.
Ohio Depository Documents List - State Library of Ohio
Online list of publications issued by state agencies and deposited in the State Library of Ohio.
United States Government Manual
Current and superseded lists of officials, with descriptions of governmental branches and agencies, including boards, commissions, committees, and international organizations in which the U.S. participates.