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Best Bet Databases in History
  • America: History and Life A Best Bet database
    Summarizes scholarly articles about the history of the United States and Canada. 1964-current.
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  • Historical Abstracts with Full Text A Best Bet database
    Provides selective indexing of historical articles from thousands of journals and books in a wide variety of languages. Coverage includes the history of the world (excluding the United States and Canada) from 1450 to the present. 1955-current..
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  • JSTOR A Best Bet database
    Essential scholarly journals in many academic fields, especially arts, literature, humanities, and biology. Some back to early 1900s; most recent 2-5 years not available.
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  • New York Times Historical (1851-2007) A Best Bet database
    Full-image archive of The New York Times. Includes the full-text of everything published in the newspaper. 1851-2006.
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  • Eighteenth Century Collections Online A Best Bet database
    Full-text of over 150,000 books published during the 18th Century. Covers history, literature, religion, law, fine arts, science and more. 1701-1800.
    Also Known As
    • ECCO
    • Eighteenth Century Collections Online: Part II: New Editions
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