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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