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Use the tabs above to find library databases. For help, contact Lynn Parliman (parliman@fordham.edu) or Luisa Porretta (porretta@fordham.edu)


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NEW: LINCOLN PAPERS IN FULL COLOR Abraham Lincoln’s papers from his time as a lawyer, congressman and the 16th president are now online in full color in a new presentation after a multi-year digitization effort at the Library of Congress.

Congress.gov Supersedes Thomas.gov. Contains official and factual U.S. Federal legislative information. Includes text of bills and statutes, committees, reports, resolutions, Congressional Record, members of Congress and more.

govinfo.gov Launched in February 2016 as a beta website, the govinfo next generation portal will eventually replace its predecessor, GPO’s Federal Digital System (FDsys).

GPO MetaLib This searching tool, a service of the Catalog of U.S. Government Publications (CGP), provides simultaneous searching across multiple Federal Government databases.

Library of Congress Main research arm of the US Congress for historical and educational content. Holds over 150 million items covering all aspects of American history and culture.

United States Courts Information about the Federal court system including judiciary news, court records, statistics and reports on court cases, court house finder and more.

USA.gov The US government's official web portal and search engine for federal, state and local government web sites, interagency searching, and directories. Less research oriented, the site is good for popular & timely information and government services such as registering to vote, obtaining passports and more.

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