Published by the Texas State Historical Assoication, the Texas Almanac is a handy reference for information on resources, industries, commerce, history, government, population, and other subjects relating to Texas.
Information from the Library of Congress concerning bills and resolutions, congressional activities, schedules, calendars, committee information, presidential nominations, treaties and government data.
Known as the ultimate source of information for anyone working in or wanting to learn about state, city and county government. Includes Senators, Representatives, committees, agencies, bill findings and more.
Easy to use tool for research projects and homework that includes hundreds of encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauri, quotations and subject specific titles as well as 200,000+ images and audio files and nearly 100 videos. Titles included are from well-known publishers.
Search books in electronic format (ebooks) from our database collection. This collection consists of thousands of titles over multiple topics such as business, technology, trade, reference and academia.
Comprehensive resource consisting of multiple databases that include SIRS Issues Researcher, SIRS Government Reporter, SIRS Renaissance, and SIRS WebSelect. Find credible and relevant data for social issues, science, history, government, and the arts and humanities.
Find out about the U.S. Constitution and the founding of the U.S. government; citizenship and civic responsibilities; elections and political parties; the branches of government; key people; primary sources and much more.
Search multiple subject areas from thousands of ebooks by numerous well-known publishers. Choose the "Search By Topic" link at the top of the subject listings to see all topics to help narrow your search. Previously called ebrary.
Learn about the influence of campaign money on state-level elections and politics in general for all 50 states. The National Institute on Money in State Politics is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization.