Records on Federal Employees
- The Official Register of the United States, 1816–1959, an article in Prologue.
- Using The Official Register of the United States to
Research Federal Employees, 1816-1959
- Agricultural Extension Service Annual Reports, 1909-1968, and Related Records
- How the
1930 Census Enumerators Were Appointed, a memorandum.
- Foreign Service Officers,
1869-1887, an article in Prologue.
- Indian Agents and Superintendents, 1849-1907
- Employees of the Bureau of Indian Affairs in the Official Register of the United States, 1817-1925
- Interior Department Employees: Records of the Appointments Division, 1849-1907
- Annual Reports of the Life-Saving Service, 1871-1913
- Life-Saving Service Employees, 1855-1913
- Annual Reports of the Lighthouse Board, 1852-1935
- Lighthouse Service in The American State Papers, 1793-1820
- Lighthouse Service Employees, 1801-1912
- Research Guide to Post Office Department Records at the
National Archives, Washington, DC, Area
- Revenue Cutter Service Employees, 1790-1915
- Early Presidential Nominations in the U.S. Senate, 1797-1811
- Presidential Nominations for Federal Employment: Researching the Records of the U.S. Senate
- State Department and Foreign Service Personnel:
Appointment Records, 1797-1968
- The Official Register of the United States for 1829, 1835-1837, 1841-1861; 1879-1891, 1895-1907, 1911-1921, 1925-1926, 1929-1934, and 1936-1959, are available from the Government Printing Office's Federal Digital System to download and search, and many years are available at Internet Archive.
- Electronic Records Relating to Federal Civilian
Marshals and Deputy Marshals for Arizona, 1864-1912: Appointments and Oaths.
Online documents in the Archival Research Catalog (ARC).