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Because legal citation and publication didn't become regularized until the 19th century, researching early cases and laws can seem overwhelming. This guide contains suggested sources to help get you started.

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Bibliography of early American law / by Morris L. Cohen.

HOLLIS Record

Online: HeinOnline Legal Bibliography Collection

Location: Reference KF1 .C58 1998

The lawyer's reference manual of law books and citations/ by Charles C. Soule. 

HOLLIS Record

Location: Reference KF 240 .S68x

Prestatehood legal materials : a fifty-state research guide, including New York City and the District of Columbia / Michael Chiorazzi, Marguerite Most, editors.

HOLLIS Record

Location: Reference KF240 .P688 2005

Pimsleur's Checklists of basic American legal publications / edited by Marcia Singal Zubrow.

HOLLIS Record

Location: Reference KF2 .P56x

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