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Pamphlets, letters, periodicals, and other primary source materials from African-American communities in the United States, primarily in Brookyln, Chicago, Atlanta, and parts of North Carolina.
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Search across publisher Adam Matthew’s primary-source collections of digitized archival content from archives around the world on numerous subjects, including but not limited to literature, history, social issues, cultural studies, global trade, news, and more.
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Sourced from the Sequoyah National Research Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and the Newberry Library in Chicago, this collection covers American Indian history in North America from 1828 to 2016 and offers American Indian perspectives on federal and tribal politics, self-representation, environmental activism, the American Indian Movement, tribal schools and colleges, local news coverage, and more.
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Books, newspapers, photographs, and other content covering the Hispanic civil rights movement as well as late 19th and 20th century social and religious thought and writing.
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Books from 1800-1918 covering Jewish culture, theology, Hebrew language, poetry and more.
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Books from 1723-1921 covering religion and social movements, such as women's rights, church and state, abolition, evolution, education reforms, and more.
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Newspapers published throughout the Caribbean between 1718 and 1876.
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Materials, including correspondence, photographs, logbooks, newspapers, and more, covering trade between China and North America from the 18th to early 20th centuries.
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Documents, including letters, papers, illustrations, and maps, covering events in China from the 18th to the 20th century.
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Primary source documents covering the Civil War, including the years leading up to the war and the fall of the Confederacy, from the collections of the New York Historical Society.
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Searchable page image archive of Esquire Magazine from 1933 to 2014. Topics covered include popular culture, entertainment, and men's fashion.
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Hispanic American newspapers published in the United States from 1808 to 1980.
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Newspapers published throughout Latin America between 1822 and 1922.
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19th century manuscripts, including early editions, annotations, correspondence, sketches and more by Victorian authors. From the Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection at the New York Public Library.
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17th and 18th century verse from the Brotherton Library at the University of Leeds. Includes essays and biographical information.
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Searchable page image archive of The Nation magazine going back to its first issue in 1865. Includes articles as well as reviews, letters, poems, and puzzles.
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Searchable page image archive of the National Review magazine from 1955 to the present.
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Archive of primary source political extremist materials from collections such as the American Radicalism collection (Michigan State University), the Hall-Hoag Collection of Dissenting and Extremist Printed Propaganda (Brown University), the Searchlight Archive (University of Northampton, UK) and the National Archives (UK). Content includes oral histories, ephemera, campaign materials, government records, and more.
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Search across Readex databases, with content from historical newspapers, early American books, pamphlets, congressional documents and other governmental publications, on numerous subjects.
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Case studies from throughout the global business environment integrated with SAGE’s journal, book, video, and reference content.
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Datasets representing quantitative and qualitative analytical methods in the social sciences.
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Formerly Simmons OneView. Consumer survey data for U.S. individuals and American households. Cross-tabulate product categories and usage data for over 8,000 brands, inclusive of consumer media habits, diverse demographic categories and psychographic (attitudinal and lifestyle) profiles. Build target audiences in a smart search window or select from dictionary categories. Compare brand personas and visualize trends. A “dictionary search” button offers a coding screen familiar to users of Simmons OneView. 50 simultaneous users.
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Searchable page image archive of Sports Illustrated magazine from 1954 to 2000. Covers professional and amateur sports as well as popular culture, business, and politics.
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Searchable page image archive of Time Magazine, from March 1923 through December 2000. Includes photographs and advertisements.
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