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Government Information For Scholarly Research

Scholarly research iconGovernment information covers almost every topic and discipline including census data to technical reports to Supreme Court decisions and therefore, government resources could be great sources for your research. For more information on strategies of finding government sources for your research and hightlighted sources for different research topics, please check out our research guides below.


Office of Scientific and Technical Information: Search engine for 3,000+ research materials, including news, developer tools, and data services from the U.S Department of Energy. a service of the United States Government Publishing Office (GPO) that provides free public access to official publications from all three branches of the Federal Government.


Government Resources for Art, Architecture, and Engineering:
A guide to government agencies and websites with connections to art, architecture, and engineering.

Spanish Language Documents: A guide to documents available in Spanish from a number of Federal agencies. Also included are guides for searching the CGP for Spanish-language documents.
Laws and Treaties: The United States Government and Native American Tribes: This guide provides information on laws and treaties that pertain to the United States government and Native American Indians.

Maps and Geoscience:
Guides created by depository libraries about United States Geological Survey maps.


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