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The United States Congressional Serial Set is comprised of the numbered Senate and House documents and reports from 1817 to present, which are bound by session of Congress. Reports and documents from 1789–1816 can be found in the American State Papers.
UCSB subscribes to the full text Serial Set from 1817–1980, and American State Papers 1789–1838, through Readex U.S. Congressional Serial Set (Archive of Americana). They are indexed 1789+, and full text 1990+ through ProQuest Congressional.
The print and fiche Serial Set must be retrieved by volume number: view the record in ProQuest Congressional to find this number.
Please note: For 1970–1978, these numbers do not appear in ProQuest Congressional. Instead, consult the Numerical Lists and Schedule of Volumes of the Reports and Documents of the…Congress: Government Information Reference GP 3.7/2:
While ProQuest Congressional is an excellent discovery tool, there are other resources specific to the Serial Set that can help you find content related to your research.