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Making of the Modern World

1.2 million pages of primary sources documenting the global shift to modernity.
Digital collection, drawn primarily from libraries at the University of London and Harvard, focused on: political economy; trade; finance and manufacturing. Contains: 61,000 books (including titles in French and German); 466 runs of mostly nineteenth century magazines and journals; and considerable pamphlet material. Useful for historical research on: agriculture; colonies; commerce; economic theories and conditions; mercantilism; population; poverty; slavery; utopian socialism and many other topics. Includes: Part 1: Part I, The Goldsmiths"-Kress Collection, 1450-1850 Part 2: 1851-1914
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