New Online: GPO and LC Issue Digital Release of Historical Congressional Record For 1911-1921
From the Government Publishing Office:
The U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) partners with the Library of Congress to release the digital version of the bound Congressional Record from 1911-1921 on GPO’s govinfo.
This release covers the debates and proceedings of the 62nd through the 66th Congresses.
This era of Congress covers historical topics such as:
- The final year of the administration of President Taft, the election and reelection of President Wilson, and the election of President Harding
- Ratification of the 16th (income tax), 17th (popular election of Senators), 18th (Prohibition), and 19th (voting rights for women) Amendments to the Constitution
- Admission of New Mexico and Arizona as states
- Jeanette Rankin elected as first woman to the House of Representatives
- Establishment of the Federal Reserve
- Enactment of P.L. 62-5, capping the number of Members of the House of Representatives at 435
- Senate enactment of the cloture rule to limit debate
- Sinking of the Lusitania
- World War I
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Previous Releases of the Bound Congressional Record
See Also: GPO and LC Release Digitized Bound Congressional Record for the 1920s (October 27, 2017)
See Also: GPO Announces Digital Release of Historical Congressional Record for the 1950s (June 28, 2017)
See Also: Now Available Online From GPO: Historical Congressional Record For 1971-1980 (March 7, 2017)
See Also: Digitized Editions of Historical Congressional Record for the 1980s on GPO’s GovInfo (November 29, 2016)
See Also: GPO and Library of Congress Release Digital Bound Version of Congressional Record (1991-1998) (September 20, 2016)
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