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The Federal Depository Library Program was established by Congress during the nineteenth century as a means of ensuring that the American public had free access to government information.  Through the program, selected libraries across the country provide access to United States government documents to members of the general public as well as to their own user communities. 


As a selective federal depository since 1966, Millersville University's McNairy Library houses government documents in print, microfiche and electronic formats.  At present, the Library selects approximately 8% of the materials available through the Federal Depository Library Program, though access to all electronic documents is also available.  Members of the general public are welcome to use the documents collection whenever the library is open. 


To begin your search for government documents, click on the "Finding Government Documents" tab above. For additional information or to request assistance, please contact Government Documents Coordinator Teresa Weisser using the contact information displayed to the right of this box. 

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Teresa Weisser

Phone: 717-871-7098

Office: McNairy LL103C

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