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A short tutorial on finding state and federal information.
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April Sheppard
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Room 230
Dean B. Ellis Library
Arkansas State University
PO Box 2040
State University, AR 72467
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My favorite books are:
usually horror, fantasy and dark humor books. But I'll read anything once -- well, anything but romance!
My favorite quote is:
"I am, was, and always will be a catalyst for change" ~ Shirley Chisholm
The last book I read is:
Fledgling by Octavia Butler

Dominique Hallett

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Finding Government Information

Click on the following links to learn more about each subject:

Documents in the Library

On the Web

How to Contact Your Elected Officials (opens another guide)

Tax Information (opens another guide)

Federal Government

Arkansas Government

Consumer Information (opens another guide)

Additional Resources

Government Documents Staff

April Sheppard
Government Documents Librarian
(870) 972-2766
Room 230
  TJ Bevly
Library Support Assistant
(870) 972-3603
Room 219


The ASU Library was designated a federal depository library in 1913, and it is believed that Representative Thaddeus H. Caraway, Congressman from Jonesboro, was responsible for securing depository library status for ASU. The Dean B. Ellis Library is one of 1,270 federal depository libraries throughout America that provide free access to the information resources of the federal government, and one of 14 federal depository libraries in the state of Arkansas. The Library's collection contains more than 100,000 U.S. government publications, in print, microform, DVD/CD, and electronic formats.


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