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The core databases for this discipline are America, History and Life and Historical Abstracts.
For assistance, contact research specialist Beth Patterson, firstname.lastname@example.org x3480 or Bruce Lancaster, email@example.com x3487.
Indexes articles, books, reviews, dissertations and government publications on East-Central Europe and the former Soviet Union.
|Academic Search Premier||
Interdisciplinary database of newspapers, magazines and journals, with full-text for a majority of the articles. Also includes a searchable file of images.
Primary source material and historic periodicals including African American Newspapers, Civil War materials, eyewitness accounts of historical events, vivid descriptions of daily life, editorial observations, commerce as seen through advertisements, and genealogical records.
|African American Historical Serials Collection||
African American periodicals, annuals and reports published from 1829-1922 including materials from African American religious organizations and social service agencies.
|African American Newspapers: The 19th Century||
Complete texts of six African-American newspapers from the North, ranging from 1837 to 1860.
|America’s Historical Newspapers||
1690-1922 including Early American Newspapers Series 1, Series 2 and Series 3. Search full text & view scanned pages.
|America, History and Life||
Journal articles, dissertations and books published since 1964 on US and Canadian history; with abstracts.
ARTstor is a digital library of more than one million images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and social sciences with a suite of software tools to view, present, and manage images for research and pedagogical purposes. The collections comprise contributions from outstanding museums, photographers, libraries, scholars, photo archives, and artists and artists’ estates.
|Bibliography of Asian Studies||
Citations to publications worldwide related to the East, Southeast, and South Asia.
|Black Studies Center||
Cross-searchable resources for research and teaching in Black Studies: Schomburg Studies on the Black Experience, The HistoryMakers® Videos and full transcripts for interviews with 100 contemporary African Americans, International Index to Black Periodicals (IIBP), historical black newspapers, and the Black Literature Index.
|Black Women in America||
Biographical and subject reference on African-American women in American history.
|Civil War: A Newspaper Perspective||
Contains the full text of selected articles from Northern and Southern American newspapers, Nov. 1860-April 1865.
Provides links to constitutions, charters, amendments and other legal documents for countries worldwide. (Free website.)
Encyclopedia covering “Jewish life, culture, history, and religion.”
|Encyclopedia of Religion||
Major reference work in religion and related subjects.
|Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment||
Reference book covering the historical period known as the Enlightenment, from 1690 through 1815.
|Encyclopedia of the Middle Ages||
Encyclopedia covering the 5th to the 15th century.
|Encyclopedia of U.S. Political History||
Explores the events, policies, people, ideas, institutions, groups, and movements that have created and shaped political life in the United States; organized around seven time periods that correspond to key eras in American history.
Research related to African American, Caribbean/African, Arab/Middle Eastern, Asian/Pacific Island, European/Eastern European, Hispanic, Jewish, Multi-ethnic and Native Peoples.
A full text database of a mix of publications, primarily popular, that focus on the impact of gender across a broad spectrum of subject areas.
Index of journal articles, books and dissertations on world history, excluding US and Canadian history, since 1450.
|History Reference Center||
Contains full text for more than 2,400 reference books, encyclopedias and non-fiction books; full text for 135 leading history periodicals; historical documents, photos, maps and videos.
This database, produced by Cambridge University Library, indexes articles, essays, and books on Islam, the Middle East, and the Muslim world.
|International Medieval Bibliography Online||
Indexes scholarly articles, essays and reviews published from 1967 to the present on the Middle Ages, from a variety of disciplines.
|Irish Newspaper Archives||
A complete digitization of Ireland’s newspaper heritage. Over 30 titles with dates ranging from 1738 to the present; fully keyword searchable.
Full text database of over 300 journals; generally does not contain most recent materials. Most journals lack the last several years, but holdings are very deep, with many journals running back more than a hundred years.
Selectively indexes, with full text, over 5700 publications in news, business, law and matters of popular interest, mostly from the last ten years.
|Middle English Dictionary||
A comprehensive analysis of Middle English lexicon and usage for the period 1100-1500. (Free website.)
|Monumenta Germaniae Historica (MGH)|
|New York Times Historical||
Searchable full text/page images for the New York Times, 1851 – 2007.
|Nineteenth Century Masterfile||
Indexes to magazines and books of the 19th century (1800-1899).
|Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium||
Covers history and culture of Byzantium and the Byzantine empire from the 4th century to the 15th.
|Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History||
Ïnternational-scope reference on economic history, with short articles on people and longer ones on “markets, industries, and labor.”
|Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States||
Encyclopedia covering Latino and Latina experiences in the United States.
|Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures||
Encyclopedia covering “Pre-Hispanic, colonial, and modern Mesoamerica, defined as the lands stretching from Mexico to the southern tip of Central America.”
|Oxford Encyclopedia of the Reformation||
Encyclopedia covering the social, political and religious changes of the Reformation and the sixteenth century.
|Oxford English Dictionary (OED)||
Current, online version of the definitive dictionary of the English language. Traces the evolution of a word over time.
Text and images from one of the major and longest-running newspapers of 18th century America. Covers 1728-1800, with additional excerpts from The Pennsylvania Packet after 1766. ( Choose Pennsylvania Gazette from the menu when connected. )
Articles from over 100 scholarly journals, 1993-present; covers literature, history, the visual and performing arts, cultural studies, education, political science, and gender studies.
Indexing and text of a variety of sources pertaining to US government, including many Congressional publications. Coverage extends back 7 to 20 years.
|Proquest Military Collection||
Covers topics across all government and military branches, including international relations, political science, criminology, defense, aeronautics and space flight, communications, civil engineering, and more. It includes around 550 titles, with more than 400 available in full-text.
|Reader’s Guide Retrospective||
Indexes popular topics in older issues of popular journals. Covers 1890 through 1983.
|SAGE Online Journals||
Online journal source
|SAGE Reference Online||
A collection of over 300 encyclopedias and handbooks covering a wide array of topics in the humanities and social sciences.
|Salem History Online||
Full text of Modern Scandals and The Decades (American in the Nineties, etc), dictionary/encyclopedia of historical trend topics.
|Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG)||
A fulltext database of literary and philosophical works in Greek, spanning the time of Homer to the fall of Byzantium.
|Web of Knowledge (ISI Citation Indexes)||
3 major citation indexes covering the Sciences, the Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities. Start with a known article and find other articles that have cited it.
|Women Writers Online||
Developed by Brown University’s Women Writers Project, this site provides access to a growing collection of texts written by pre-Victorian women.
|Women’s Studies International||
Indexes publications in women’s studies and related fields, 1972-present. Journals, news sources, web pages, dissertations, books and book chapters are included
The core databases for this discipline are America, History and Life and Historical Abstracts.
For assistance, contact research specialist Beth Patterson, firstname.lastname@example.org x3480 or Bruce Lancaster, email@example.com x3487.
NINES “is a scholarly organization devoted to forging links between the material archive of the nineteenth century and the digital research environment of the twenty-first.”
Extensive collection of primary sources from the late 18th century to early 20th on topics ranging from prominent individuals to African-American women and Native Americans. Section on visual culture accesses extensive collections of maps, photographs and cartoons, and other pieces of visual culture.
Election results from early elections.
Historical Census reports, atlases, travel writing and more!
Digitized reports and images relating especially to the history of Christian missions, courtesy Yale Divinity School
Provided by the American Historical Association, this identifies hundreds of specialized historical societies, ranging from American Conference for Irish Studies to the Urban History Association.
From Detroit Public Television
Online access to many of the founding Fathers’ writings, from the Library of Congress.
Links to numerous primary documents, audio recordings, images and more. Browse by topic of search by keyword.
From the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia, an excellent reference source for US presidents, with biographical and professional information and loads of links to more resources.
Samples of slave narratives compiled by journalists between 1936 to 1938 funded by the WPA.
ArchSearch searches over a million archaeology records; Archives searches journals (including vols 1-50 of Medieval Archaeology full text), grey literature, websites, etc.; and under Teaching and Learning you can find items such as the Archaeology Image Data Bank.
“The Avalon Project will mount digital documents relevant to the fields of Law, History, Economics, Politics, Diplomacy and Government. We do not intend to mount only static text but rather to add value to the text by linking to supporting documents expressly referred to in the body of the text. “
“The Black Abolitionist Digital Archive is a collection of over 800 speeches by antebellum blacks and approximately 1,000 editorials from the period. These important documents provide a portrait of black involvement in the anti-slavery movement; scans of these documents are provided as images and PDF files. “
The “most comprehensive directory of free public record sites, reference material, and public record vendors available.”
“The Broadside Verses provide a unique look into life in 19th century America, especially life in Maryland between 1860 and 1865, when the country was in turmoil, and immediately after the Civil War. Most of these verses have a political message, but others – advertisements, love songs, temperance songs, ballads about life and death – show what life was like for Marylanders and other Americans after the Civil War, providing insight into the American character and personality.”
Documents related to California history. From the University of California.
Search for online digitized medieval manuscripts by title, location, author, shelfmark, etc.
Searchable online textbase consisting of over 1000 contemporary and historical documents relating to Irish history, culture and literature. Based at University College Cork.
Search and view newspaper pages from 1880-1922 and find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress.
The Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) was established in 1987 to ensure that debates, as a permanent part of every general election, provide the best possible information to viewers and listeners. Its primary purpose is to sponsor and produce debates for the United States presidential and vice presidential candidates and to undertake research and educational activities relating to the debates. The organization, which is a nonprofit, nonpartisan , 501(c)(3) corporation, sponsored all the presidential debates in 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008.
“Connected Histories brings together a range of digital resources related to early modern and nineteenth century Britain with a single federated search that allows sophisticated searching of names, places and dates, as well as the ability to save, connect and share resources within a personal workspace.”
Digitized historical documents from the collections of Harvard University on diseases and epidemics.
“An online database of information about more than 6,000 collections in the UK’s museums, galleries, archives and libraries.”
This resource provides access to the 1944 through 2000 County and City Data Books. This service provides the opportunity to create custom printouts and/or customized data subsets (subsets only available for 1988-2000).
This site was created by Michael Lissner as part of a masters thesis at the University of California, Berkeley School of Information. Michael was advised by Assistant Professor, Brian Carver. The goal of the site is to create a free and competitive real time alert tool for the U.S. judicial system.
“At present, the site has daily information regarding all precedential opinions issued by the 13 federal circuit courts and the Supreme Court of the United States. Each day, we also have the non-precedential opinions from all of the Circuit courts except the D.C. Circuit. “
“The Library of Congress E-Resources Online Catalog is a catalog for discovering and gaining access to electronic research tools (e-resources). The catalog includes licensed resources and free resources on the Web recommended by our reference staff.”
“The Digital Harlem website presents information, drawn from legal records, newspapers and other archival and published sources, about everyday life in New York City’s Harlem neighborhood in the years 1915-1930.”
A collaborative effort to provide digital access to secondary and primary materials in U.S. history.
“The Digital Library offers a searchable database of detailed personal information about slaves, slaveholders, and free people of color.”
The Digital Library of Appalachia provides online access to archival and historical materials related to “the culture of the southern and central Appalachian region.”
Stanford’s Dime Novel and Story Paper Collection consists of over 8,000 individual items, and includes long runs of the major dime novel series
From his first week in office in the House of Representatives through 1946, Congressman Everett Dirksen personally composed and typed weekly newsletters (while Congress was in session) to his constituents in central Illinois. Congressional Front, as it was called, covered the personalities, politics, and policies of Congress and the federal government.
This database provides access to digital collections of primary sources (photos, letters, diaries, artifacts, etc.) that document the history of women in the United States
DocSouth provides access to texts, images, and audio files related to southern history, literature, and culture. From the University Library of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
“Duke Collection of American Indian Oral History online provides access to typescripts of interviews (1967 -1972) conducted with hundreds of Indians in Oklahoma regarding the histories and cultures of their respective nations and tribes.”
Electronic texts written in or about the Americas from 1492 to around 1820. Maryland Institute for Technology supports EADA.
Nonpartisan think tank, focusing on needs of the American worker.
“EGO links refereed academic articles to images, primary sources, statistics, animated and interactive maps, as well as audio and video clips. This multi-media network enables a journey through space, time and themes. The various elements can be browsed in all directions via links and navigation bars. In this way, EGO takes full advantage of the Internet’s multi-media potential.”
A joint effort by Case Western Reserve University and the Western Reserve Historical Society
“These links connect to European primary historical documents that are transcribed, reproduced in facsimile, or translated. They shed light on key historical happenings within the respective countries and within the broadest sense of political, economic, social and cultural history. The order of documents is chronological wherever possible.
These open access sources are readily available to all — without fees or subscriptions.”
List of firsts by African Americans.
The Vault is our new electronic reading room, containing more than 3,000 documents that have been scanned from paper into digital copies so you can read them in the comfort of your home or office.
Welcome to FedFlix, Joint Venture NTIS-1832 between the National Technical Information Service and Public.Resource.Org. Here we feature the best movies of the United States Government, from training films to history, from our national parks to the U.S. Fire Academy and the Postal Inspectors, all of these fine flix are available for reuse without any restrictions whatsoever.
Indexes journal articles and essays on women in the Middle Ages.
From the University of Pittsburgh, based on the exhibition created by Robert Hill and exhibited at the Heinz History Center from October 25, 2008 to April 5, 2009.
“This study comprehensively ranks the American states on their public policies that affect individual freedoms in the economic, social, and personal spheres.” From the George Mason MERCATUS Center
The Voice Library began as the private collection of G. Robert Vincent. Vincent, who was born in 1900, was a noted sound engineer and pioneer in the field of recorded sound….At the time of his retirement in 1973, the collection had grown to include recordings of the voices of over 30,000 persons from all walks of life.
The Texas A&M University Libraries provides online access to the U.S. Geological Survey, 227 folios published by the U.S. Geological Survey between 1894 and 1945.
“To the average US citizen it can often seem that their government works in leaps and bounds, with new legislation or debates on legislation leaping to the fore. Yet every day the thousands of employees of the U.S Government go to work for the people of the country. Each day agencies release hundreds of proposed rules and regulations, meeting notices, final rules, and changes to existing rules in the form of the Federal Register. However in their current format they are difficult to find and to process in meaningful ways.
GovPulse was built to address this problem and open the doors of government to the people they work for. By making such documents as the Federal Register searchable, more accessible and easier to digest, GovPulse seeks to encourage every citizen to become more involved in the workings of their government and make their voice heard on the things that matter to them, from the smallest to the largest issues.”
By J. Lenz. This site contains a broad array of specialized and general links to all areas of Classical history, archaeology, literature, religion, and texts.
HathiTrust is a partnership of major research institutions and libraries working to ensure that the cultural record is preserved and accessible long into the future. There are more than sixty partners in HathiTrust, and membership is open to institutions worldwide.
“In addition to basic counts of population and housing units, all decades contain information on race, gender, and some measure of household size and composition. Beginning with 1840, some economic characteristics such as education and occupation are included. Later decades have many variables, including ancestry, literacy, and income variables. In a few cases, the census data were augmented with information from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the National Council of Churches of Christ.”
An excellent compilation of free full text access to important documents from the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Documents date from the 1950’s onward.
“The concept behind HNN is simple: We provide historians with a national platform so that they can help shape public debates about vital issues in the news. Every Monday we feature a dozen new articles on the latest news and trends. In our ten years we have published more than 5,000 original articles. Most are written by PhDs.”
“Immigration to the US, 1789-1930 is a web-based collection of selected historical materials from Harvard’s libraries, archives, and museums that documents voluntary immigration to the United States from the signing of the Constitution to the onset of the Great Depression. For Internet users worldwide, Immigration to the US provides unparalleled, free and open digital access to a significant selection of unique source materials—more than 410,000 pages, 100 individually cataloged maps, and 7,800 photographs.”
“The International Data Base (IDB) offers a variety of demographic indicators for countries and areas of the world with a population of 5,000 or more. “
3 million out of copyright texts, music, video and more!
Online medieval and medieval related texts, divided by category. J. Halsall, editor.
“The Jack Rabin Collection on Alabama Civil Rights and Southern Activists is a compact but highly complex, multi-layered compilation of documents, sound recordings, and visual images.”
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum collects, preserves, and makes available primary-source materials, in all formats, pertaining to the life and times of John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States. The Library’s holdings include the papers of John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Joseph P. Kennedy, and Rose Kennedy, as well as close to 400 other collections: those of Kennedy family members, Kennedy administration officials and associates, and pertinent individuals, authors, and institutions.
1969-70 trial of seven radicals accused of conspiring to incite a riot at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.
Digitally reproduced seven volume compilation of US Treaties, laws and executive orders relating to Native American tribes; an invaluable source for research on Native American history. Also check out other history sites at Oklahoma State U.
Resources for Medieval Studies. Another huge set of links. Especially good on Islamic materials.
Provides full text access to a selection of intelligence documents. The Historical Collection and Freedom of Information Act Electronic Reading Room contain historical documents.
Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis.
“Primary sources from private and educational/cultural institutions focused on South Carolina history and culture.”
Full text with some indexing of books and journals from between 1840-1900 in Cornell University’s collection.
Documents the Fall of Communism in Eastern Europe.
Old maps, early maps— non-current maps in general—are the subject of this site.
From Oxford Digital Library.
Include the King Papers.
Library of Congress Exhibition
Exhaustive index to archives housed by the National Archives in Washington DC. Some fulltext online access available.
“The National League of Cities (NLC) is dedicated to helping city leaders build better communities. Working in partnership with the 49 state municipal leagues, NLC serves as a resource to and an advocate for the more than 19,000 cities, villages and towns it represents.”
“An independent non-governmental research institute and library located at The George Washington University, the Archive collects and publishes declassified documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act. “
This huge gateway offers classified, searchable, and random access to a vast array of sources on all areas of Medieval studies, including many scholarly and bibliographic sites.
N.J. Digital Collections, N.J. Genealogy, N.J. Legal Resources, N.J. Newspapers, N.J. Searchable Publications, N.J. State Databases, N.J. by Topic, State of New Jersey Website
NewYorkHeritage.org is a research portal for students, educators, historians, genealogists, and others who are interested in the Empire State’s history.
List locations of research centers. These centers offer online collections
The site is a comprehensive and user-friendly collection of the secretly-recorded tapes made by President Richard Nixon between 1971 and 1973. The site currently offers all of the recordings that have been de-classified and released by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Transcriptions for many of the tapes are available, enabling the user to both listen and read the conversations at the same time.
Over 7,100 images from our photograph and manuscript collections are presented below and in our Documentary Treasures area. Consult the Guide to Reproduction and Research Services, Policies and Fees for information on reproduction of these and other images available from the New Jersey State Archives.
Military and Wartime Activities
Cultural Resources and Historical Geography
Governors’ Documents and Institutional Records
County and Municipal Records
Family Papers and Non-Governmental Organizations
“The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” – William Faulkner
The Harvard Law School Library has approximately one million pages of documents relating to the trial of military and political leaders of Nazi Germany before the International Military Tribunal (IMT) and to the twelve trials of other accused war criminals before the United States Nuremberg Military Tribunals (NMT).
The documents, which include trial transcripts, briefs, document books, evidence files, and other papers, have been studied by lawyers, scholars, and other researchers in the areas of history, ethics, genocide, and war crimes, and are of particular interest to officials and students of current international tribunals involving war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Worldwide collection of digitized images from NYPL. Medieval Manuscripts, Scientific/Botanical/Engineering, Americana, the Middle East, Cars & Trucks, Postcards, Theatre, Sports, Hebrew manuscripts, Interior Design
Historical documents and history of the Department of State.
Lists of 18th and 19th Century journals owned by Drew Library. Also provides links to online archival journal collections.
Full text of important works in Medieval and Classical literature.
“The Online Medieval and Classical Library (OMACL) is a collection of some of the most important literary works of Classical and Medieval civilization.”
OpenJurist’s mission is to provide access to published court opinions without charge. Our collection includes approximately 647,000 opinions from the United States Supreme Court published in the United States Reports, and from the lower federal courts, particularly the United States Courts of Appeals, as published in the First, Second and Third series of Federal Reporter.
Full text of Medieval Studies related works and materials, textbook library, teaching resources,
Early War Department papers lost due to fire have been reassembled by the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University. Invaluable source materials for research.
(National Council of Jewish Women Oral History Collection at the University of Pittsburgh)
Digitized texts of “more than one hundred years of  Jewish newspapers published in Pittsburgh” (1895-1975).
“A database of political history and cemeteries, with brief biographical entries for 224,230 U.S. political figures, living and dead, from the 1700s to the present.”
Portuguese Culture is a special Digital Library Project undertaken by the National Library of Portugal with the financial support of the Luso-American Development Foundation.
With this initiative both institutions recognize the importance of promoting the internationalization of Portuguese culture by making freely available on the Internet English translations of works by Portuguese authors and other works in English that deal with Portugal and aspects of the Portuguese culture.
Primary Sources on medieval West African History
“We promote critical thinking, education, and informed citizenship. Our sites present controversial issues in a straightforward, nonpartisan, primarily pro-con format. “
A listing of over 5000 websites describing holdings of manuscripts, archives, rare books, historical photographs, and other primary sources for the research scholar. Links to many online archives.
Online access to early American documents.
The Scripps Library and Multimedia Archive’s collection focuses on American politics and history with special attention paid to the American presidency.
Digitized collection of approx. 180 primary source materials on ” the intellectual origins of the American Revolution; the Revolution itself; the early years of the republic; the resulting spread of democratic ideas in the Atlantic world; and the effort to abolish the slave trade in both Great Britain and the United States.” Part of the Princeton University Digital Library
Select Publications of the 1800s that “digital collection of books and pamphlets that demonstrate the varying ideas and beliefs about slavery.” Run by Dickinson College & Millersville University
“The Southern Education Foundation (SEF) works to advance creative solutions to ensure fairness and excellence in education for all.” Publications date back to the 1950’s
“States Perform provides users with access to interactive, customizable and up-to-date comparative performance measurement data for 50 states in six key areas: fiscal and economic, public safety and justice, energy and environment, transportation, health and human services, and education. “
The Texas Slavery Project examines the spread of American slavery into the borderlands between the United States and Mexico in the decades between 1820 and 1850.
“The Constitution Project (TCP) brings together unlikely allies—experts and practitioners from across the political spectrum—in order to promote and safeguard America’s founding charter. TCP is working to reform the nation’s broken criminal justice system and to strengthen the rule of law through scholarship, consensus policy reforms, advocacy, and public education.”
“Established in 1968 by Mrs. Coretta Scott King, The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change (“The King Center”) has been a global destination, resource center and community institution for over a quarter century. “
UK Cabinet papers and documents.
Telegraph articles on World War 2 from 1939, historical pictures and video and the latest news on the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of World War 2.
“The Theodore Roosevelt Center is dedicated to preserving the legacy of America’s 26th president. The Center has undertaken the monumental task of creating a presidential digital library that will serve as a repository for all Roosevelt-related documents, photographs, and ephemera, providing instant access via the internet in a well-organized, comprehensible manner. “
Reviews of books related to medieval history and literature.
The Veterans History Project of the American Folklife Center collects, preserves, and makes accessible the personal accounts of American war veterans so that future generations may hear directly from veterans and better understand the realities of war.
Not all documents in the collection have been digitized, but many have.
Find analysis and primary sources on a variety of topics, including the Cold War, Congress, Urban Studies, North Korea, Global Health and Energy, and more.
“Women Working is a digital exploration of women’s impact on the economic life of the United States between 1800 and the Great Depression. Working conditions, workplace regulations, home life, costs of living, commerce, recreation, health and hygiene, and social issues are among the issues documented in this online research collection from Harvard University.
The collection features approximately 650,000 digitized pages and nearly 1,500 images images, including:
3,000 pages of manuscripts and personal papers, and 7,000 pages of institutional records;
more than 3,100 individually cataloged books, magazines, and trade catalogs; and
well over 1,400 photographs.”
THE MISSION OF WCJLN
1. To develop specific ways of sharing services and criminal justice information on a global scale.
2. To enhance communication among WCJLN members
From the University of Chicago
Oldest index to History materials online (since 1993). Provides the Central Catalogue for an integrated and international history network, a substantive resource for both students and scholars. U. of Kansas.