Over 1,000 fully searchable printed works covering African-American life from post-Reconstruction through World War I. Includes memoirs and first-person accounts of the Underground Railroad, the Civil War, plantation life, Reconstruction, and more. Covers the period immediately after the companion database, African Americans and Reconstruction: Hope and Struggle.
Over 1,400 search works covering African-American life during Reconstruction, immediately after the Civil War. Includes memoirs and accounts of African-American life in the South, both slave and free, and works of literature and poetry. Covers the period immediately before African Americans and Jim Crow: Repression and Protest.
Composed of five chronological Series spanning from 1684 to 1912, the AAS Historical Periodicals Collection is one of the premier digital libraries documenting American life from the Colonial Era through the Civil War and Reconstruction and into the early 20th century. The scope of the collection is vast with over 6,500 full-text titles, featuring over 10 million pages of digitized content representing more than two dozen languages. Subject areas covered range from Religion and Philosophy; to Civil War and Slavery; to Art, Science, and Medicine; to Family and Society, ensuring that researchers from a wide range of disciplines are likely to find immense value in this collection.
EPS China Data offers a wealth of statistics about China: agriculture, economy, education, finance, industry, health, manufacturing, and more. Data can be analyzed within the web interface or downloaded into Excel.
An online version and continuation of the Annual Egyptological Bibliography (AEB), published in print 1947-2001, combined with the Bibliographie Altägypten (BA), providing coverage of Egyptological literature from 1822 to 2002, as well as partial coverage of 2003-2008. OEB is a joint project with Aigyptos.
Southern Life and African American History, 1775-1915, Plantations Records, Part I and II document the far-reaching impact of plantations and slavery on both the American South and the nation. Curated from manuscript collections across the nation, the digitized records in this remarkable collection describe nearly every aspect of plantation life: business operations and day-to-day labor routines, family affairs, roles of women, racial attitudes, relations between masters and slaves, social and cultural life, as well as the fundamental tensions and anxieties that were inseparable from a slave society.
Part 1 features manuscripts drawn from a number of collections across the nation.
Part 2 is comprised of manuscript materials sourced from holdings at Duke University and the University of Virginia.
Records of the United States Operations Mission in Saudi Arabia, which provided training to Saudi armed forces, economic and technical assistance, and security in the Arabian peninsula in the 1950s. Part of Archives Unbound.