Government Documents

 

On Friday, Dec. 7th, it will be the 77th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, HI, which brought the United States into the 2nd World War.  For resources on this event available through government information see our LibGuide:

                                             Gov Docs: Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

 

We have now entered the Holiday Season.  If you celebrate it by exchanging gifts, you might want to consider books or posters published by the Government Publishing Office (GPO) available from the U. S. Government Bookstore.  Suggested Holiday Gift Ideas from GPO for currently available titles are on display in the Government Documents Department on 2nd Floor South of the Marx Library.

 

2018 is the Centennial of the End of World War I.  To commemorate this event, the Government Documents Department has a display with various government publications on the history, art, and analysis of the 1st World War.

 

Historic preservation is a way of viewing our past with a look to our future, by preserving America's significant cultural heritage for future generations.  Several federal agencies, such as the National Park Service, and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, have been instrumental in designating significant historical sites and creating helpful resources on how to preserve the physical buildings.  Several of these resources are on display in the department.  Learn what historic preservation is, find out how to take action, and find educational resources by examining the several federal web sites and resources in the companion bibliography Historic Preservation: Preserving America One Building at a Time.