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The first senator buried in the 30-acre graveyard is Uriah Tracy. A History of the Congressional Cemetery offers a fascinating account of the origins of this final resting place for members of Congress, executive officers, and notable citizens.
Transcripts of hearings may be available on a committee Web site, from the Government Printing Office, or from a federal depository library. Learn how to find Committee Hearings.
Many of the books listed on senate.gov can be found at your local public library or a government depository library, or can be purchased on the Web or from a bookstore. This guide will help you get started.
You need a bill or public law number to check the status of or request a copy of legislation. This How to guide will assist you.