ProQuest Executive Branch Documents, 1789-1945
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ProQuest Executive Branch Documents contains documents produced by Federal government departments, agencies, and commissions, spanning the years from our nation's founding through the mid-20th century. These documents touch upon all aspects of U.S. social, political, and economic life, as well as major events in U.S. history, and provide points of comparison between the U.S, and selected foreign countries. There are currently four modules available for this product, part 1, covering 1789-1932; part 2 covering 1933-1939 (in 2 parts); part 3 covering 1940-42; and part 4 covering 1943-45.
For module 1, the Executive Branch Documents collection targets the entire range of executive branch publications listed in the authoritative 1909 Checklist. 1909 Checklist was created in 1911 by the U.S. Superintendent of Documents, and is the only systematic effort to provide a complete listing of all documents published by the U.S. Government in its first 120 years.
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