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Based on many of the most celebrated documentary editions in U.S. historical scholarship, we provide access to primary source material mostly from the American Founding Era as well as the Jackson papers from the Antebellum, Civil War and Reconstruction Era
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Artstor Digital Library provides straightforward access to curated images from reliable sources that have been rights-cleared for use in education and research
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The CE Weekly newsletter is CE's new platform to share engineer stories, CE hot topics, and relevant Department of Defense news. This digital weekly newsletter is designed to be accessible anytime, anywhere – on your mobile device or computer, and at home or at work. Readers can sign up for an individual account.
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Provides a summary overview of the First World War. Described by the site editor as not being an academic website with a significant amount of material remaining to be covered.
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Trial to Global Plants, the world’s largest database of digitized plant specimens and a locus for international scientific research and collaboration
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Provides comprehensive open-source global defense information and news in one, user-friendly site. Find details on more than 7,500 weapons, systems and platforms; armed forces information on over 165 nations; and in-depth details on just about every international terrorist group. Easily navigate between the databases through hyperlinks and search options with multiple access points to each and quickly drill down to the desired level of coverage – all in one location. Every business day also brings a new Daily Defense New Capsule with up-to-date defense news summaries culled from hundreds of U.S. and international sources including: major news wires, newspapers, electronic media and industry publications.
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The developers of SAH Archipedia have created Classic Buildings as an open online resource accessible to all who want to learn more about the history of architecture in the United States.
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The TLS is a weekly literary review published in London. The TLS Archive contains every review and article since 1902 to present. For directions to access the full content, click below on "more"-
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