FDLP #0481 Public Library of Steubenville
Federal Depository Resources
The Public Library of Steubenville has been a Federal Depository Library since 1950. We offer a variety of resources for your informative needs. Due to lack of space, we keep much of our Federal Library Depository documents out of public view. We keep much of this information in the Tower, Stack collection, and the Vertical File areas of our Main Library. The materials that we have available are, for the most part, listed in the card catalog.
While there are many print and tangible resources available, the primary method of making publications available to the Federal Depository Library Program is through the use of the Internet.
TO BEGIN A GENERAL SEARCH THROUGH THE FEDERAL DEPOSITORY LIBRARY PROGRAM’S “BASIC COLLECTION”
CLICK HERE: FDLP Basic Collection
These additional resources are available at the following links:
CIA World Factbook
Code of Federal Regulations
Biographical Directory of the United States Congress
Electronic Code of Federal Regulations
FBI Crime Reports
Library of Congress Legislative Resources
National Center for Education Statistics
National Health Statistics Reports
North American Industry Classification System
Ohio House and Senate Journals
Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics
State and Metropolitan Area Data Book
Statistical Abstracts of the United States
Treaties in Force
United States Government Manual
United States Supreme Court Opinions
The various informative sources available at the Main Library include (among others): Public Papers of William J. Clinton, Public Papers of George W. Bush, Watergate Investigation, Final Report of Independent Council for Iran/Contra Matter, Hearings Before the President’s Commission on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Vital Statistics of the United States, CFR (Code of Federal Regulations), etc.
The Vertical File Room contains information (print and audio/visual) that is categorized. Some of the categories are: Economy/Economics, Education, Environment, Health Care, Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Public Utilities, Safety, Social Security, Taxation, Travel & Tourism, Wildlife, and many others.
All of these sources are available for your use, and are available on-site. Many can be checked out.
For more information or assistance on the Federal Depository Library Program,
please contact our Reference Librarian J.L Lash at firstname.lastname@example.org or 740.264.6166.