Federal Government Publications
The Wisconsin Historical Society Library, with the University of Wisconsin, is a regional depository for United States government publications. Particular subject area strengths are labor, foreign relations, census information, legislative branch activities, and civil rights.
Items in the federal government collection may be requested in-person at the Library's Circulation Desk or via Interlibrary Loan.
To discover if the library owns a particular title, search the Library Catalog (formerly MadCat). Because records for many publications will not be found in the Library Catalog, please contact the Society's Government Publications staff at 608-261-2460 if you are having trouble locating a publicaton.
Additional Federal Government Resources
Useful Government Information Locators
Indexes and Databases to Search Government Documents
Sites Providing Diverse Government Information
This site, a service offered by the National Technical Information Service, is a gateway to more than 100 U.S. government computer bulletin boards and an electronic document ordering service.
The Federal Interagency Council on Statistical Policy provides online access to statistics produced by more than 70 agencies of the United States Federal Government.
This fee-based service of the U.S. Department of Commerce provides access to a wide range of economic statistical sources. The site is password controlled - contact the Society's reference desk for password information.