I should probably call this the "numbers" Guide.
Primary Source material in math, science, and economics, often includes data sets, numbers, measurements, and more.
WELCOME TO THE 'NUMBERS' Guide.
Anyone can use these numbers to apply critical investigations into their topic whether it is science, history, or literature. Take some time to visit some of these places and see how the numbers all add up - maybe answering your questions.
ANNALS OF CONGRESS (1789-1824)
REGISTER OF DEBATES ( 1824-1837)
CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE (1933 - 1873)
STATUES AT LARGE (1845 - ) The official source for the laws and resolutions passed by Congress.
Up to 1948, includes all treaties and other international agreements. Use this link to locate full text versions of the Constitution, Articles of Confederation, treaties with Indians, foreign treaties and presidential proclamations.
LINK to the LOC: A Centruy of Lawmaking - all the above and more are linked here.
Create math projects using the data found in the government. Apportionment, farming data, subsidies, environment, and more.
The NGHIS offers data through a variety of sources including IPUMS and more. What ARE these sources? National and International data from the Census and more, allowing researchers to dig deeply into topics such as health, historical, and educational statistics. ECON, Health, Agriculture, Math and other science student researchers can use the data found here.