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In This Guide
The U.S. Government is the largest publisher in the world. Its publications are primary resources.
This guide gives resources for citing U.S. Government information: how to reference agency material in your papers, projects, and presentations.
Resources for Citing Government Publications
- Brief Guide to Citing Government PublicationsThis resource is available from the University of Memphis.
- Citing U. S. Government PublicationsThis reference is based of of the book THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO CITING GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS: A MANUAL FOR WRITERS & LIBRARIANS by Garner and Cheney (1993). This brief version is available through the University of Indiana- Bloomington.
- Guide for Citing Government Information SourcesThis brief guide is provided by the University of Montana Libraries and is for the MLA writing style.
Citing Legal Publications and Maps
- Basic Legal CitationThis guide provides instructions on how to cite legal documents with examples. Provided by Cornell University's Law School.
- Citing Maps and AtlasesThis guide provides instructions on how to cite maps and atlas in your papers and projects with examples. Provided by McMaster University Library.