1 edition of Public documents of the first fourteen Congresses, 1789-1817 found in the catalog.
Public documents of the first fourteen Congresses, 1789-1817
Adolphus Washington Greely
by Govt. Print. Off., 1900. New York, Johnson Reprint Corp. in Washington
Written in English
At head of title: 56th Congress, 1st session. Senate. Document, no. 428. Includes article reprinted from American Historical Association. Annual report, 1903.
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|Pagination||903, 343-406 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||903|
Approximately two-thirds of the publications cover the first 14 Congresses (), whereas the remaining third chronologically overlap with the Serial Set from The American State Papers are NOT a complete record of the activities of that time period because of the fire of and the lack of record keeping. Public Documents of the First Fourteen Congresses, Papers Relating to Early Congressional Documents 1 v. Washington, D.C. U.S. Government Printing Office,
It documents the official activities of the committees of the House and the Senate, including the journals, reports, and documents. In addition, through the nineteenth century the Serial Set also included publications of the executive departments relating to important public issues, including reports on education, public health, and agriculture Author: Christal Young. American State Papers T he American State Papers, comprising a total of thirty-eight physical volumes, contain the legislative and executive documents of Congress during the period to The collection includes documents that cover the critical historical gap from to the printing of the first volume of the U.S. Serial Set in
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The American State Papers and the nineteenth-century U.S. Serial Set form the basic collection of federal documents.
The American State Papers contain reprints of the documents of the first fourteen Congresses (), arranged by subject class in thirty-eight volumes; these are generally considered to be a part of the Serial Set.
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Magruder on Loss of House Papers and Documents."Cited by: 1. This is a chronological list of the documents of the early congresses, There is no subject index, so it is most useful for obtaining full information about a document that has already been identified.
Citations are organized by congress number, then by House and Senate, then by session number. American History: Library of Congress Rare Books and Special Collections: an Illustrated Guide.
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Public Documents of the First Fourteen Congresses, Royal Academy of Arts, Sketches of Debate in the First Senate of the United States, Public documents of the first fourteen congresses, papers relating to early congressional documents by Adolphus Washington Greely 2 editions - first published in greely, a.w.: public documents of the first fourteen congresses, Washington.
Hanna, Archibald: A MIRROR FOR THE NATION AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF AMERICAN SOCIAL FICTION, - PUBLIC DOCUMENTS OF THE FIRST FOURTEEN CONGRESSES, papers relating to early congressional documents. U.S. Congress. Senate.
Senate Document56th Congress, 1st session -- Serial Set [commonly known as "Greeley"]. A full text database of over 6, publications including every legislative and executive document of the first fourteen U.S. Congresses ().
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Congressional Serial Set in Author: Christal Young.EARLY CONGRESSIONAL DOCUMENTS. Public Documents of the First Fourteen Congresses, Papers relating to early Congressional Documents, prepared by A.
W. Creely. Washington, pp. (56th Congress, 1st session. Senate Doc. ) 8vo. A pamphlet by General Greely, which appeared in on the.