Archive for the ‘Government Documents’ Category

“Making of Modern Law: Trials” now available

Friday, January 11th, 2008 - UGA Libraries

Is the The Dreyfus Case by Fred C. Conybeare checked out? Looking to review the case against Standard Oil? Or perhaps you just want to dip into some "...Anecdotes of Notorious Characters Who Have Outraged The Laws of Great Britain...?" The Making of Modern Law: Trials, ...

“Picture Book” of the Georgia General Assembly now digitized

Friday, January 11th, 2008 - Amy Watts

This popular item has been digitized and added to the Georgia Government Publications database. This database is open to the public and should not require any sort of password to access. The official title of the publication is Members of the General Assembly of Georgia, Senate and House of ...

US Gov’t Manual added to HeinOnline

Tuesday, October 31st, 2006 - Amy Watts

The complete run of the United States Government Manual (1935-present) has been added to HeinOnline as part of the Federal Register Library section of that site.

Geneaology workshop: registration deadline today

Wednesday, September 27th, 2006 - UGA Libraries

Saturday September 30 "Using Government Documents in Family History Research" Presented by Susan C. Field (U.S. Regional Depository Librarian, UGA Libraries) and Laura W. Carter (Heritage Room Librarian, Athens-Clarke County Library) University of Georgia Main Library This day long, hands on workshop is designed to help researchers learn about the many  materials in Federal ...

Genealogy workshop

Wednesday, September 20th, 2006 - UGA Libraries

Saturday September 30 "Using Government Documents in Family History Research" Presented by Susan C. Field (U.S. Regional Depository Librarian, UGA Libraries) and Laura W. Carter (Heritage Room Librarian, Athens-Clarke County Library) University of Georgia Main Library This day long, hands on workshop is designed to help researchers learn about the many materials in Federal ...

Historical statistics resource added to GALILEO

Friday, May 19th, 2006 - Amy Watts

Check out the latest addition to our herd of GALILEO databases: Historical Statistics of the United States. The first three (print) editions, produced by the U.S. Bureau of the Census, have long been been the standard source for quantitative indicators of American history. The new (millennial) edition ...

Tax forms available in Libraries

Monday, January 9th, 2006 - Amy Watts

The UGA Library will distribute Federal and Georgia tax forms, instructions and publications for the 2005 tax season. The most comprehensive distribution point will be in the Student Lounge in the Main Library. The Science Library and the Student Learning Center will distribute a limited number of forms, instructions ...

New microform readers

Thursday, July 28th, 2005 - Amy Watts

Microform readers, of the microfiche, microfilm, and microcard varieties, have been installed on the 2nd floor of the Main Library, in the Government Documents area. These machines are only readers and have no printers attached to them. To print from any microform, users will still need to go to the ...

Access change for Climatological Data

Tuesday, July 19th, 2005 - Amy Watts

Climatological Data is now available only at the Main and Science Libraries and the Student Learning Center. It is not available off campus. Should you wish to use this resource while in the library, please see the Reference Librarian. He or she will be able to log you ...