New e-resource for American history: Congressional Record – Congressional Hearings & Unpublished Hearings – Congressional Research Digital Collection Committee Reports

Cambridge University Libraries are delighted to announce the acquisition of all parts published to date of the United States Congress Congressional Record, the Congressional Hearings & Unpublished Hearings, and the CRDC (Congressional Research Digital Collection) Committee Reports.

The ProQuest Congressional is available to the University of Cambridge via this link or via the Cambridge University Libraries E-Resources A-Z.

New to Congressional research? Check out the ProQuest LibGuide Congressional Help.

For this new acquisition, we are sincerely grateful to the legacy of Dr. Mark Kaplanoff, Fellow of Pembroke College, whose endowment provides Cambridge with rich and diverse collections to support the study of the history of the United States in the University.

Bringing these digital resources up to date is enabled by Dr Kaplanoff’s legacy and completes publishing so far of the acquisitions Cambridge University Libraries had started in 2019 – Please see our earlier news for the launch of these collections.

The western front of the United States Capitol. The Neoclassical style building is located in Washington, D.C., on top of Capitol Hill at the east end of the National Mall. The Capitol was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1960.

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