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American Periodicals Series (APS Online)

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The more than 1,000 periodicals in these three former microfilm collections provide the materials necessary to study trends in the United States from 1741 to 1940. Covering more than 150 years of American magazine journalism, American Periodicals is conveniently divided into three segments. Each covers a definite developmental phase in the history of the United Staes, spanning approximately 150 years.

Series I: 1741-1800--Beginnings (APS I)
Series II: 1800-1850--Growth & Change (APS II)
Series III: 1850-1900--Crisis & Reconstruction (APS III) 
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Coverage
1740-1940 
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Fulltext database 
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Unlimited. 
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Subjects
English, History, Primary Sources 
Allows electronic reserves
no 
Ereserves notes
Must provide a link. So long as use employs durable links to Products so that a "hit" is registered on ProQuest's on-line platform each time a student views the work on reserve. Create a link to the item. 
Allows coursepacks
no 
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Material from this resource may NOT be used to assemble a print coursepack. Create a link to the item instead. 
Allows interlibrary loan
yes 
Interlibrary loan notes
so long as the loan doesn't replace the recipient library's own subscription to either the Products or the purchase of the underlying work. // ProQuest Dissertations and Theses, and Early English Books Online restricted to one printed copy of the requested item at a time. 
Online terms
 
Terms of use: Electronic resources are governed by license agreements which restrict access to Authorized Users. It is the responsibility of each user to abide by the license agreements and specific terms and conditions for each product. Systematically downloading, distributing, or retaining substantial portions of information may result in loss of access to these resources for the entire SFU community. Please see SFU General Policy 24 on Fair Use of Information Resources.

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