By Keiko Okuhara, Bibliographic Services/Systems Librarian.
The American Archive of Public Broadcasting recently published an online exhibit called “Gavel to Gavel: The Watergate Scandal and Public Television.” This archive includes newly digitized material from the Senate Watergate hearings as well as coverage of the 1974 House impeachment hearings. The exhibit provides access to context for the hearings not only for public broadcasting, but also for America as a whole and covers all the coverage, a highlights reel, an episode guide, and an essay putting the coverage into historical perspective.
See http://americanarchive.org/exhibits/watergate for more information.
By Keiko Okuhara, Bibliographic Services/Systems Librarian
The Federal Courts Web Archive provides unique resources for scholars and others conducting retrospective research into the work of the federal judiciary. These sites contain a wide variety of resources prepared by federal courts, such as: slip opinions, transcripts, dockets, court rules, calendars, announcements, judicial biographies, statistics, educational resources, and reference materials. The materials available on the federal court websites were created to support a diverse array of users and needs, including attorneys and their clients, pro se litigants seeking to represent themselves, jurors, visitors to the court, and community outreach programs.
You can view the bibliographic record for this website in the University of Hawaii Law Library’s catalog (Firefox browser preferred) or alternately, go to the Voyager catalog and execute a title search for Federal Courts Web Archive.
Included in the collection are two archives from Hawaii: U.S. District Court for the District of Hawaii and U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Hawaii.