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Historical Publications of the United States Commission on Civil Rights

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The Thurgood Marshall Law Law (always dear to my heart – they hired me when I was a wet behind the ears, newly hatched law librarian, and nurtured me kindly, patiently, and with much skill) has on their web site this database: “Historical Publications of the United States Commission on Civil Rights.”

“In conjunction with the Thurgood Marshall Law Library’s strategic plan to enhance its civil rights collection in support of the School of Law’s teaching and research mission, the Library has worked since 2001 to create a complete electronic record of United States Commission on Civil Rights publications held in the Library’s collection and available on the USCCR Web site. The publications are made available over the Internet as page image presentations in PDF format. Each item is linked to the appropriate bibliographic record in the Catalog. Publications are also searchable by keyword and accessible by date and title.”

Links from beSpacific and Law-Lib (the law librarian listserve)

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