Publications at a Glance
Since 1789, records of the operations and activities of Congress have evolved dramatically. There are three factors to keep in mind when researching congressional publications: the time period or Congress of interest, the types of publications that will meet your research needs, and the format of the material you will be using. Increasingly, material is available online, both in public resources and subscription databases available to the BC Community.
Public Government Databases
Members of Congress
Congressional Information Service Fiche Library
- Comprehensive coverage of congressional publications from 1985-2007 (BC Law Library has fiche holdings from 1970-present); also some historical material
- ProQuest Congressional database may be used as an index to the fiche holdings