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What Is The United States Serial Set?
The United States Congressional Serial Set is the official collection of reports and documents of the United States Congress, and began with the 15th Congress in 1817. United States administrative and legislative documents earlier than 1817 were collected and published as The American State Papers.
- United States Congressional Serial SetFrom Wikipedia
- U.S. Congressional Serial Set. What it is and its HistoryFrom the U.S. Government Printing Office
- An Overview of the U.S. Congressional Serial Setby Richard J. McKinney, Law Librarians' Society of Washington, D.C., Inc., 2002, rev Nov '07
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