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Indiana Government and State Documents: Historical State Documents

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Finding Historic INDIANA Documents: Created by the Government Information, Maps, and Microform Services Department at Indiana University, Bloomington; this guide describes various print, microform, and electronic resources related to finding historic Indiana state documents available through Indiana University.

Digitized Documents

Indiana Memory- "Indiana Memory, the Indiana digital library, is a collaboration of Indiana libraries, museums, archives, and related cultural organizations to enable access to Indiana's unique cultural and historical heritage through a variety of digital formats and free distribution over the Internet."

Hathi Trust-"HathiTrust is a partnership of academic & research institutions, offering a collection of millions of titles digitized from libraries around the world."

Indiana State Library: Digitized Documents Collection: A collection of Indiana State documents available through the Indiana Memory Project.

Indiana State Depository Program

The Indiana State Library is responsible for overseeing the state depository library program.  Per IC 4-23-7.1-25, the Indiana State Library is responsible for preserving and making all state public documents available to the citizenry.  Each state agency must send a minimun of 50 copies of each publication.  The Indiana must keep 2 copies for reference, and send 2 copies to the Library of Congress, the remaining can be distributed to the participating secondary depository libraries as the Indiana State Library sees fit.

Resources for Historic State Documents