Democracy by Henry Adams is one of many books related to the rich history of the U.S. Senate. Consult Bibliographies to learn about more literature written by or about senators, the Senate, Congress, and our nation's capitol.
Some of our other featured books include:
The Gilded Age
Ten Years in Washington
A Senate Journal, 1943-1945
First Among Equals
The Burning of Washington
The Nine Capitals of the United States
This chart shows the relationships among Senate leaders and officers who manage the flow of legislative and administrative business in the Senate.
The Directory provides information about former and current senators.
Some congressional and other government publications can be found on GPO-FDSYS,in a Federal Depository Library, or purchased from the GPO bookstore.
For information on the Senate, Congress, the legislative process and the federal government, the Virtual Reference Desk is a good place to begin.
These calendars list the days the Senate met for each session of Congress.
Visit the calendars & schedules VRD page to find out more about this topic.
Explore the Senate's Art with the Office of the Senate Curator.