CRL gathers and provides information here about commercial and open access digital resources of interest to the CRL community. This information is intended to inform library decisions on investment in electronic resources and related services.
Gale is working with the Smithsonian Institution to expand access to archival content on selected materials held at various Smithsonian repositories, including: the Smithsonian Libraries, Dibner Library of the History of Science and Technology, the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Library, and the National Museum of American History's Archives Center and Library.
The newest collection is the Evolution of flight, 1784-1991.
Making of the Modern Law (MoML) series includes:MoML 1: US & UK Legal Treatises, 1800-1926 MoML 2: US Sup. Ct. Records & Briefs, 1832-1978 MoML 3: Trials, 1600-1926 MoML 4: Primary Sources I, 1620-1926 MoML 5: Primary Sources II, 1700-1970 MoML 6: Foreign, Comparative, International, c. 1600-1926 MoML 7: Foreign Primary Sources I, 1600-1970 MoML 8: Foreign Primary Sources II MoML 9: Papers of American Civil Liberty Union
China: Empire to Republic, 1817-1949 provides access to 17 English-language periodicals published in or about China between 1817-1949.
This collection features historical events, such as: the Opium Wars, the Taiping Rebellion, the Boxer Rebellion, the Revolution of 1911, the second Sino-Japanese War, and the Chinese Civil War among other events.
Slavery and Anti-Slavery: a transnational archive provides access to four series devoted to the history of slavery in America, slave trade, and anti-slavery movement.
The four series are:Slavery and Anti-Slavery 1: Debates over Slavery and Abolition Slavery and Anti-Slavery 2: Slave Trade in Atlantic World Slavery and Anti-Slavery 3: Institution of Slavery Slavery and Anti-Slavery 4: Age of Emancipation
British Literary Manuscripts II, Medieval & Renaissance provides access to a collection facsimile images of literary manuscripts from roughly 1120 to 1660.
British Literary Manuscripts I, 1660-1900 provides access to facsimile images of literary manuscripts from the Restoration through the Victorian era.
The collection includes letter and diaries, drafts of poems, plays, novels, essays, journals, and more.
World Scholar Historical Archive: Latin America provides access to 1.3 million pages of primary and secondary sources from Latin America from the 15th century to present day.
It includes:US State Department records on Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Cuba, Guatemala, Haiti, Mexico and more Conquistadors: The Struggle for Colonial Power in Latin America, 1492-1825 Newspapers and journals from Latin Ameria and more
National Geographic Magazine Archive, 1888-1994 provides access to fully searchable issues of National Geographic.
Gale's Nineteenth Century U.S. Newspapers provides access to a collection of 500 U.S. newspapers from the 19th century.
Newspapers included are:New York Herald (NY) Lynchburg Virginian (VA) Pacific Commercial Advertiser (HI) Rocky Mountain News (CO) Southern Illustrated News (VA) Daily Inter Ocean (Chicago) Milwaukee Sentinel (WI) The Bee (OH) The Mountaineer (SC)
Liberty Magazine Historical Archive, 1924-1950 provides access to the historical archive of Liberty: A Weekly for Everybody.
Founded in 1924 by Joseph Patterson and Robert McCormick, this illustrated American magazine provided art, stories, articles, and advertisements from the United States during the Depression era and World War II.
Nineteenth Century UK Periodicals Online, I: Women's, Children's, Humour, Leisure provides access to full text of 100 titles and 1.2 million pages from periodicals published in the UK between 1800 and 1900. The resource also offers an extensive library of newly captured images.
The Economist Historical Archive, 1843–2010 provides access to issues of The Economist between 1843-2011 - from cover to cover. It includes news, analysis, commentary, editorials, statistics, demographics, letters to the editor, obituaries, and historical photographs.
This collection is updated annually.
British Newspapers IV, 1780-1950 provides access to national, regional, and local newspapers published in Britain between the late 18th to mid-20th centuries, reflecting the social, political, and cultural events of the times. This group of titles extends the previous digital collections Gale created from the British Library collections.
British Library Newspapers: Part I-V, 1800-1950 is a series of collections of national and regional newspapers of Britain. The archive includes newspapers originating in England, Scotland, and Ireland.
The series includes:
British Library Newspapers: Part I, 1800-1900
British Library Newspapers: Part II: 1800-1900
British Library Newspapers: Part III: 1741-1950
The Times Literary Supplement Historical Archive, 1902-2011 (with updates) provides access to over 300,000 reviews, letters, poems, and articles on literature and the arts.
Sunday Times Digital Archive, 1822-2006 provides access to nearly 600,000 pages of the British newspaper The Sunday Times.
The Times Digital Archive 1785-2009 (with annual update) provides access to full-text facsimile of the historical newspaper the Times (London).
Daily Mail Historical Archive, 1896-2004 provides access to the archive of the regular editions of the British newspaper, Daily Mail.
This archive also includes access to the Daily Mail Atlantic Edition, which was published on board the cruise ships that sailed between New York and Southampton from 1923-1931.
Picture Post Historical Archive, 1938-1957 provides access to the complete archive of the British Magazine, Picture Post. It includes 38,000 pages and 95,000 articles featuring stories of British life during World War II, postwar reconstruction, and other major social and political events.
Caribbean Newspapers, Series 1, 1718-1876: From the American Antiquarian Society provides access to the online collection of 18th and 19th-century newspapers published in the Caribbean. Features more than 140 newspapers from 22 islands.
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