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The ProQuestCongressional Hearings Digital Collection (CHDC) provides comprehensive, full-text access to all published and unpublished Congressional hearings held from 1824-2003.
The ProQuest Congressional Hearings Digital Prospective Collection (CHDC) provides comprehensive, full-text access to published and unpublished Congressional hearings held from 2004 to present.
The ProQuest Congressional Record Permanent Digital Collection includes the Annals of Congress (1789-1824), the Register of Debates (1824-1837), the Congressional Globe (1833-1873), and the Congressional Record (1873-to date).
The ProQuest Congressional Research Digital Collection (CRDC) provides full-text access to more than 26,000 Congressional committee prints published from 1830-2003 and more than 32,000 Congressional Research Service reports published from 1916-2003.
The ProQuest Serial Set Digital Collection, 1789-1969 begins in 1789 with the American State Papers and details Congressional business through 1969. It includes reports and documents either produced or ordered by Congress, as well as presidential communications and treaty materials. Includes maps.
When complete, the ProQuest U.S. Serial Set Digital Collection, 1970-present will provide comprehensive, full-text access to over 50,000 Congressional documents and reports published in over 2,600 volumes of the U.S. Congressional Serial Set from 1970-present. The Serial Set Digital Collection also provides full text access to all Senate Executive Documents and Reports, 1817-1979. Includes maps.