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Federal Government Resources

Help locating what Tutt Library houses along with selected internet resources.

Tutt Library Federal Documents

Colorado College, established as a Federal Depository Library and participated in that program since 1880, has a solid historical collection of government publications dating back to 1774.

The collection of paper, microfiche, and maps is particularly strong in publications of the Congress, Smithsonian Institution, Census Bureau, Interior - particularly the USGS, Labor, State, some areas of Agriculture and Treasury and surveys of the west (Haycen, Powell, Wheeler, King and Pacific Railroad).

FDLP logo       Federal Depository Government Publications:

 - CC receives about 1/3 of materials from the Government Printing Office
 - organized according to the Superintendent of Documents classification system
 - located in Tutt Garden Level (paper including some maps), Creekside
(paper,
   microfiche, cd/dvds and maps), and the Map Room, 4th floor (maps)

 - most publications are included in the CC Catalog
;
    Prospector also contains government documents you can request
 - use special indexes, catalogs including the GPO catalog, bibliographies and guides,
   
and online sources to access historic documents not yet cataloged
- government departments and agencies provide much of their information on the Internet

Search the Catalog

Search CC Catalog for detailed information on holdings and for call numbers and locations.

  • Some items are not yet cataloged. 
    • Use indexes and Prospector to determine call numbers
    • Use those call numbers to check if Tutt has those items in the library stacks. 

Please ask at the reference desk for help in identifying and retrieving the documents you want.

Maps and atlases are available.

  • National Park Maps, trail maps from the Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management campground maps, and Colorado
  • Topo maps are shelved by quad name within the state in the 4th floor map room in cases along the walls.
  • See the Maps Guide for maps at Tutt Library, some online maps and Map Tools

Help

Government Information Online: Ask a Librarian
   These Librarians, not at CC, are available to all for help with reserach.

El gobierno de los Estados Unido Informaciόn en español from CSU

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