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Featured Book

The United States Capitol by Fred and Suzy Maroon is one of many books related to the rich history of the U.S. Senate. To see more literature written about the Senate and House, the Capitol, and Washington, D.C, consult Bibliographies.

The American Senate

Outstanding African Americans of Congress


Twenty Years of Congress: From Lincoln to Garfield

First Among Equals


The Senate and the League of Nations


Find Publications

Some congressional and other government publications can be found on GPO-FDSYS,in a Federal Depository Library, or purchased from the GPO bookstore.

Contact Your Senator

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Biographical Directory

The Directory provides information about former and current senators.


The United States Senate: An Institutional Bibliography includes more than six hundred citations to books, articles and government documents printed since 1789.