The U.S. Government is the world's largest publisher producing information on subjects from accounting to zoology. Numerous historic and contemporary agencies have been involved in policymaking affecting the Wabash River and its environs. Examples include:
USDA Census of Agriculture (Provides information on national, state, county, and congressional district agricultural activity. Done every five years for years ending in 2 and 7. Available starting in 1840
County Business Patterns (Annual Census Bureau publication providing data on county economic activity)
Regional Economic Accounts (Source on regional economic activity from Commerce Dept's Bureau of Economic Analysis)
To Compel With Armed Force: Staff Ride Handbook for the Battle of Tippecanoe (Prepared by U.S. Army's Command & General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, KS).
State Energy Resources and Consumption Data (Prepared by U.S. Dept. of Energy's Energy Information Administration)
EPA Region 5 Office (This Chicago-based office covers EPA activities in the Wabash River region)
Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) Agency responsible for responding to and mitigating natural and human-caused disasters.
FEMA Flood Map Service Center (Provides access to maps supporting the National Flood Insurance Program and contains information on flood hazards.)
Kappler's Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties (Courtesy-Oklahoma State University Library)
United States Geological Survey (Interior Dept. agency conducting geological analysis of the U.S. and other countries)
Hathitrust Catalog (Provides access to historic U.S. Government and state government resources on numerous Wabash River topics)
Local Climatological Data (Historic and contemporary weather data for many U.S. regions including selected counties)
Federal Highway Administration (Transportation Dept. agency responsible for the federal highway system and transportation planning and funding. Other Transportation Dept. divisions cover waterways, railroads, and aviation.)