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Description:

Contains the published records and codes of the American colonies, documents published by state constitutional conventions, early state codes, city charters, law dictionaries, and digests. A fully searchable digital archive drawing on documents from the Harvard Law School Library, the Yale Law Library, and the Law Library of Congress.

See also Making of Modern Law: U.S. Supreme Court Records and Briefs, 1832-1978.

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Vendor Name Gale Cengage Learning

Coverage 1620-1970

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Research Guides History, Law, Political Science

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Description:

Includes transcripts, applications for review, motions, petitions, supplements and other official papers of the most-studied and talked-about cases, including many that resulted in landmark decisions centering on:

  • The interpretation of the Constitution and its amendments
  • Judicial review and the role of the courts in American history
  • States' rights and national sovereignty
  • Free enterprise, banking and commerce
  • Discrimination and modern civil liberties
  • Intellectual property and technology
  • Evolving nature of race, gender, faith and identity

See also Making of Modern Law, Primary Sources, 1626-1926.

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Vendor Name Gale Cengage Learning

Coverage 1832-1978

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Research Guides Federal Government Resources History, Law, U.S. Federal Government Research,

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Description: Search for U.S. Government reports, articles, and citations by simultaneously searching across multiple databases (including over 50 reference databases, digital repositories and subject-based Web gateways). More information....

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Vendor Name Government Printing Office

Research Guides U.S. Federal Government Research,

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Catalog of all publications of the United States government, including those of the Congress and all executive departments (with the exception of administrative and confidential or restricted documents). For current access (from 1976 on), use the Catalog of U.S. Government Publications from the federal government (available for all users) or InfoKat.

Includes both keyed full-text records and page images of the original printed catalog. Search for keywords across all issues or during a specific period, find documents by individual or corporate author, or search any of the other fields included in the records. Each issue can be browsed chronologically from the Browse tab, and many of the fields, including Title, Author and SuDoc number, can be browsed from the Search screen. Use Superintendent of Documents (SuDoc) number in each entry to locate material on shelf in library.

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Vendor Name Chadwyck-Healey / ProQuest

Coverage 1895-1976

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Prior to 1925, these index entries do not include SuDoc numbers. Users will need to use the printed Monthly Catalog (GP 3.8:) in the SuDoc Reference collection to locate the SuDoc number for individual items. There are also numerous transcription errors in the keyed entries, so users should verify the accuracy of SuDoc numbers by checking the actual scanned image in this database if they are having difficulty locating material on the shelves. As a Regional Depository, the UK Libraries will own most of these titles, especially those that have a black dot beside the item number in the scanned image.

Research Guides Historical Statistics, U.S. Federal Government Research,

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