History 394

The History of Panics
Professor: Eiko Maruko Siniawer
Spring 2018

About U.S. Government Publications

The United States Government Publishing Office (GPO) is responsible for the publication and dissemination of the official publications of Congress, the White House, and other Federal agencies in digital and print formats. Print materials are made freely available to the public through the Federal Depository Library Program.

Williams College Libraries has been a depository since 1858, with a special focus on congressional materials. Items can be found by searching the library catalog and limiting the results to Resource Type: Government Documents. The majority of the print government documents collection is housed in the Library Shelving Facility. To have a document retrieved, in the Get It section of the library catalog record, sign in to your library account and then choose Request under Options.

For in-depth research assistance, contact Abigail Cahill.

Congressional Documents

Catalogs of Government Documents

Use these catalogs to determine what documents were created or published during a particular time. For published documents, search the library catalog and Williams WorldCat to get the document.

Presidential Papers and Materials

Foreign Policy

Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS) "constitutes the official record of the foreign policy of the United States." (Preface) Issued annually with multiple volumes covering different areas of the world. Learn more about FRUS.

Declassified Documents