Official

This guide is a comprehensive resource to finding treaties to which the United States is a party -- official and unofficial, bilateral and multi-lateral, print and electronic.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Ryan Harrington in the Foreign and International offices on L1.

Prepared by Teresa Miguel, Yale and Marylin Raisch, Georgetown.

EISIL
American Society of International Law's (ASIL) Electronic Information System for International Law is a comprehensive database for primary documents, websites, and research guides - a great first-stop for finding international agreements; search by title, subject, keyword // has a human rights section
KAV Agreements
Recent State Department Agreements, Senate Treaty Documents, Trade Agreements and others.Kavass, Igor I. KAV 0001-8574 (1987 - current)
Library of Congress -- Thomas -- Treaties
From the 90th congress (1967)
Thomas - Treaties
Library of Congress (Thomas) (from the 90th Congress, 1967).
Treaties and Other International Acts Series (TIAS)
Washington , D.C.: United States Department of State, 1946-Present.
United States Statutes at Large
Washington , D.C.: United States Department of State.All U.S. treaties were published in the Statutes at Large until 1950. Vol.64, part 3 contains a cumulative list of treaties and agreements reproduced in Vols.1-64.Vol. 7 contains treaties between the United States and the Indian Tribes (1848); Vol. 8 contains treaties between the United States of America and Foreign Nations (1867)
United States Treaties and Other International Agreements (U.S.T.)
Washington , D.C.: United States Department of State (1950-1984)