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Published by GD-SIS in [Chicago, Ill.?] .
Written in English


  • Law -- South Carolina -- Bibliography,
  • Legal research -- South Carolina,
  • State government publications -- South Carolina -- Bibliography

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Statementcompiled by Terrye Conroy, Stacy Etheredge and David Lehmann.
SeriesOccasional papers. State documents bibliography -- no. 3-81
ContributionsEtheredge, Stacy., Lehmann, David, JD, American Association of Law Libraries. Government Documents SIS., American Association of Law Libraries. Meeting
LC ClassificationsKFS1801 .C66 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination29 leaves ;
Number of Pages29
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24008497M
LC Control Number2009497609

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Jan 04,  · (New York State Library Bibliography Bulletin 89). Available at multiple libraries on campus An annotated list of sources with extensive historical information and explanations of the publications of the state. Written by Dorothy Butch, for many years Author: Xan O'Neill. Oct 16,  · The Publication Manual of the APA does not specifically address citing state legislative documents. For material not specifically covered in the Publication Manual, the APA refers users to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation. Note: See page of the Publication Manual () for information on citing state statutes (laws). Jun 13,  · However, citing a government document is not entirely the same as citing a book. You need to pay attention to particular information (like government agency names) when citing government documents in APA. This is the case whether you’re making Views: K. HISTORIC DOCUMENTS. LEGISLATIVE DOCUMENTS PLUS. From to , legislative documents were published in their entirety in the Journal of either house (see LEGISLATIVE JOURNALS, below).The most important component of our historic New York State documents collection is the bound series of collected documents known as the "Legislative series of documents," covering through .

This bibliography was compiled as a resource for teachers and other interested parties searching for children’s literature which addresses disabilities. The Division of Disability Services does not endorse any of the material contained herein and provides this information resource for information purposes only. Sep 11,  · This bibliography presents a sampling of the materials available through the FDLP and on the Internet, but I do not claim that it is exhaustive—no document of this kind could be. The documents included in this bibliography cover a broad range of subjects and . Prepared by Bowdoin Library, BL, 4 April 1 Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide for Government Documents (citation elements from the 15th ed.; URL, access date, and “look and feel” from the 17th ed.). BibMe Free Bibliography & Citation Maker - MLA, APA, Chicago, Harvard.

Complemented by Pollack (below), this guide lists all state session laws through MacDonald, Grace E., comp. Check-List of Statutes of States of the United States of America, Including Revisions, Compilations, Digests, Codes and Indexes. Providence: Oxford Press, The most complete guide to state codes through McDonnell, John. The following examples of bibliographic forms are based on The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th is a standard citation style that is used by historians. We keep a copy of this manual in the Teaching and Writing Center and additional copies can be found at the main library, under the call number ZU Rain and wind didn’t stop a record crowd from turning out for the 2nd Oklahoma Book Festival on Saturday, September The day featured national headliners, author panels, poetry readings, book sales and signings, and, of course, Kids Crafts! Government documents can be more difficult to cite properly than standard books and journals, due to the specific nature of some of the documents. This is a short bibliography of guides to citation format which are useful for the researcher using government documents.