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|1|| The National Archives
The primary repository for the federal government's records, including those of the Social Security Administration and its predecessor organizations.
Links to all Presidential Libraries, which are respositories for many records related to the history of Social Security.
|3|| The Library of Congress American
The Library of Congress' American Memory Project is making a major push to place its collections online.
|4|| Wisconsin State Historical
The Wisconsin State Historical Society contains the papers of many important figures in the early history of Social Security.
|5|| Society for History in the Federal
The principal professional organization of federal government historians
|6||U.S. Senate History Site
An excellent Internet site for the history of the United States Senate
|7||U.S. House History Site
History of the House of Representatives
|8|| Centers for Medicare
and Medicaid Services (CMS) History Site
History pages on Medicare and Medicaid from the federal agency that administers these two programs.
|9|| Department of
Labor History Site
History materials regarding programs and organizations of the Department of Labor.