CIA Declassified Documents Database--read declassified CIA materials, including files on clandestine operations!
FBI Electronic Reading Room--declassified FBI files on famous people in America, including MLK, Bobby Kennedy, Desi Arnaz.
National Security Archive--declassified reports based on U.S. surveillance.
Congressional--the starting point for government document research, provides U.S. federal laws, bills, discussions, agency reports, and other documents from 1789--present.
--"contains legislative histories and links to the related full-text Congressional documents since 1929. Contains the public-law, all versions of the related bills, specific Congressional Records excerpts and committee hearings, reports and prints.
-The Congressional Research Service (CRS), a division of the Library of Congress, provides non-partisan, analytical research and reference service to the U.S. Congress. The reports cover a variety of public policy topics. arch Service Reports
Congress and the Nation-Congress and the Nation has been the definitive resource for researchers studying the actions of the U.S. Congress. This well established series from CQ Press offers comprehensive and signature coverage of Congressional action from 1945 to 2008.
HeinOnline--provides access to the Congressional Record/World, full-text of legal periodical articles, Supreme Court opinions, U.S. Attorney General opinions, treaties and international agreements, and the Federal Register.
records for the Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam War.
Making of Modern Law-The Making of Modern Law offers important research material for researchers of social, legal, economic, political, and cultural history as well as criminology, religion, social welfare, and sociology.
Foreign Relations of the United States--official government memos, plans, records, dispatches, treaties, studies, and other materials about U.S. foreign policy. Gorgas Library also offers more FRUS materials in print, please ask for assistance.
Please also visit the UA Libraries' Government Information page for a list of further resources.
One of the greatest assets of the UA Libraries' collection is its government documents section: the UA Libraries is a U.S. regional government depository with over a million government publications in print!
To search for government documents in print at Gorgas Library:
>Go to the Libraries' Catalog
>Select "Advanced Search"
>Change the "Location" drop-down menu to "Gorgas Government Documents"
>Type keywords in the search boxes and hit "Search"
>Write down the call numbers for the documents you would like.
Some government documents are kept in the first floor Government Documents Area; others are kept in the basement mezzanine. Please feel free to ask for assistance at the Information Desk.