Arranged by date of coverage (oldest to more recent)
Poore, Benjamin Perley. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Government Publications of the United States, Sept. 5, 1774-March 4, 1881. (Gov. fZ1223 .A 1885c)
Greely, Adolphus Washington. Public Documents of the First Fourteen Congresses, 1789-1817: Papers Relating to Early Congressional Documents. (Gov. Z1223 .A 1900)
Superintendent of Documents. Checklist of United States Public Documents, 1789-1909. (Gov. Z1223 .A113 1911a)
Lester, Daniel W. et al, compilers. Cumulative Title Index to United State Public Documents, 1798-1976. (Main Ref. fZ1223 .Z7 L47)
Buchanan, William W. and Edna A. Kanely. Cumulative Subject Index to the Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications, 1900-1971. (Main Ref. fZ1223 .A181)
Ames, John G. Comprehensive Index to the Publications of the United States Government, 1881-1893. (Main Ref. A1223 .A 1905)
Hickcox, John H. Cumulative Index to Hickcox's Monthly Catalog with Superintendent of Documents Classification (SuDoc) numbers added by Mary Elizabeth Poole. (Main Library Ref. Z1223.Z7 H5)
Superintendent of Documents. Catalog of the Public Documents of Congress and of Other Departments of the Government of the United States for the Period of March 4, 1893-December 31, 1940. (known as the Document Catalog) (Gov. 016.353 .U582)
Przebienda, Edward, ed. Decennial Cumulative Personal Author Index. (Gov. Z1223 .A18 Author Index, yrs.)
Przebienda, Edward, ed. Quinquennial Cumulative Personal Author Index. (Gov Z1223 .A18 Author Index, yrs.)
Superintendent of Documents. Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications (title varies slightly between 1895-2000). (in print: Gov. Z1223 .A18) Continued online by: Catalog of Government Publications.
Guide to U.S. Government Publications. (also known as Andriot after the original editor) (Main Reference Z1223 .Z7 G8)
Microform Sets for Historical Research (UI Libraries) Note: locations indicated may be inaccurate. Check InfoHawk or ask a librarian for the current location.
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