Provides full-text coverage of law journals, the Congressional Record Bound volumes, U.S. Reports, Federal Register, and the Code of Federal Regulations; treaty series for the League of Nations, United Nations, and the United States; and additional files.
The publication is a lengthy list of materials created by federal agencies during the Crisis and in more recent years when the National Historic Site was created and the 50th anniversary was celebrated. Among the many publications are Presidential documents, court cases, military situation reports, and Congressional reports and hearings. Complete citations and annotations for all sources are provided, as well as links to online access whenever possible.
This guide provides options for accessing Arkansas' major newspapers. There is limited indexing, but browsing key publications during key historical dates may provide access to valuable information.
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Center for Arkansas History and Culture
Located in the CALS Roberts Library Building at 401 President Clinton Avenue, collects and makes available to the public resources on Arkansas history and the region. These materials include letters, legal documents, photographs, maps, architectural drawings, pamphlets, books, journals, newspapers, and other materials. In total, the collections comprise about 10,000 linear feet, 70,000+ images, and approximately 8,000 books.
Arkansas History Commission
Arkansas State Archives was created by the General Assembly in 1905. Inspired and guided during its early years by John Hugh Reynolds, the Commission is the official archives of the state, responsible for collecting and preserving the source materials of the history of Arkansas. The agency continues the tradition of organizing and maintaining the state and local history of Arkansas by collecting manuscript materials, census records, military records, family histories, and various county, state and federal records.