How do I search Across a Specific Day in the Federal Register?

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How do I search Across a Specific Day in the Federal Register?


You can search across a specific date in the Federal Register Library.

Example: Tuesday, March 4, 1975

Begin by clicking on the Advanced Search option at the top of the main page. You will use the Date field from the drop down menu and insert your date into the search box.

 

You can also search using the Full Text tab at the top of the main page. From here you would type coverage:”March 4, 1975″ and hit the search button.

To search for a phrase (we are going to use the example “Federal Railroad Administration”) in the Federal Register from March 4, 1975, you would follow the instructions below.

Click on the Advanced Search option at the top of the main page. Use the Date and Text fields from the drop down menu.

 

You can also search using the Full Text tab at the top of the main page. From here you would type coverage:”March 4, 1975″ AND “Federal Railroad Administration” and hit the search button.

The results will show you where “Federal Railroad Administration” shows up on March 4, 1975 date of the Federal Register.

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