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The following online resources augment the collections of the California State Library.
These resources are available to California state government officials and employees and to all visitors in our reading rooms.
Also includes holdings of the California State Library, the California Academy of Sciences, the California Historical Society, the Center for Research Libraries, and the Graduate Theological Union.
Assembles information from home pages and websites of the fifty state legislatures, District of Columbia, and Territories. Government-sponsored research reports, indexing and abstracting over 2.2 million titles, with over 700,000 of those technical reports as digitized full-text.
State employees with library cards can log in from anywhere.) A collection of over 20,000 family and local history book titles and more than 250 primary source historical documents such as tax lists, city directories, church records and probate records dating back to the 1700s. Indexes journals, books, research reports, and proceedings.
A full-image archive of the nation's largest metropolitan daily.
State employees with library cards can log in from anywhere.) Contains approximately 4,000 databases for genealogical and historical research. (Limited to onsite use at the California State Library in Sacramento and the Sutro Library in San Francisco.) A comprehensive, searchable source of information on California ballot propositions and initiatives from 1911 to the present.
Contains the full text of the initiatives, accompanying material relating to their filing and qualification, related legal and legislative history, and digital images of pertinent documents.
(Anyone can access using computers or wireless at the California State Library in Sacramento and the Sutro Library in San Francisco. Federal Census images and indexes from 1790 to 1930, New York and San Francisco passenger lists, World War I draft registration cards, World War II service records, the Social Security Death Index, UK census records from 1861-1901, historical maps, Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage volumes, the Dawes Commission Index and the Federal Writers' Project Slave Narratives.
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