Comments or Suggestions Library Databases
While primarily an index to German genealogical literature, this source is also to some extent useful for historical and biographical research.
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This rapidly growing repository of family histories and genealogies is hosted by the Genealogical Society of Utah (the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints). The project started as a collection of transcribed oral histories, but was recently expanded to include digitizations of printed books.
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Covers journal articles, book reviews, and essays in books about women, sexuality, and gender during the Middle Ages.
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An electronic version of the print Film Literature Index, covering the years 1976-2001. It provides citations to international film, video, and television articles, reviews, and book reviews.The periodicals range from the scholarly and critical to the popular.
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A fully-searchable collection of 5.5 million articles drawn from over 900 magazines and journals, dating from 1998 onward. Not all the articles are available free in their entirety.
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Indexes literature on all aspects of Native peoples.
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All material cataloged by OCLC member libraries including: books, manuscripts, websites and internet resources, maps, computer programs, musical scores, films and slides, newspapers journals and magazines, sound recordings, articles, chapters, papers, and videotapes.
A comprehensive reference source on the theory, techniques, and applications of the various forensic sciences.
Although the size of this database is modest, its scope is much broader than the name might imply. While it includes the books in the foundation's collection, it is also an index to periodical literature, concentrating on, but not confined to, the mediaeval period.
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Provides access to millions of patents, as well as patent data visualizations, scientific literature, blogs and educational tools.
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A site that promotes free access to medical journals, includes journals with varying lengths of embargoes.
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A digital collection of primary source documents from 1650-1920.
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