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Behind the RIS desk in McWherter Library's Learning Commons you’ll find the following government publications citation guides:
1. The Bluebook : a uniform system of citation KF245 B58 2010
2. Understanding and mastering The bluebook : a guide for students and
practitioners KF245 .B37 2010 - page 267 has the info on citing Tennessee
3. The Complete Guide to Citing Government Information Resources:
a Manual for Writers & Librarians J9.5 G37x 1993
For online resources, see:
Citing U.S. Government Publications - A detailed guide from the Indiana University - Bloomington Libraries
How to Cite - An extensive series of pages from ProQuest Congressional, with examples of all types of government documents.
DocsCite - a step-by-step guide to putting government publication citations into proper style format (APA or MLA) using a template; from Arizona State University.