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HIST 3000: Christopher Conte: Finding Government Information

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Notable Government Information Sources

Digital Databases for Government Information

Government Agency Websites & Searching the Web

Tip:

Use Google to Locate Government Documents.

Google is a powerful way to access government documents posted online. If you know what you're looking for, customize your Google search: Use "site:.gov" to precede your search terms to find government agency sites that pertain to your topic. Placing your search terms in quotation marks may help as well. 

Need Help with Government Information?

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Jen Kirk
Contact:
Merril-Cazier Library, Lower Level, Room 012
jen.kirk@usu.edu
(435) 797-8033

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