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American Antiquarian Society (AAS), 500+ titles from 1684 to 1820 documenting the life of America's people from the Colonial Era through the Industrial Revolution.
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American Antiquarian Society (AAS), 1,100+ titles from 1821 to 1837 representing the Jacksonian Democracy era in history and is broad in scope including agriculture, entertainment, history, literary criticism, and politics.
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American Antiquarian Society (AAS), 1,900+ titles from 1838 to 1852 documenting the life of America's people from the Industrial Era to the seeds of the Civil War.
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American Antiquarian Society (AAS), 1,600+ titles from 1853 to 1865 focusing on the Civil War and a diverse record of the continuance of daily life for many Americans—both leading up to and during the war.
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American Antiquarian Society (AAS), 2,600+ titles from 1866 to 1912 reflecting a nation that persevered through a difficult set of circumstances and provides overage of broad subject areas that reach into every facet of American life.
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Medical specialty question bank used by doctors and nurses to pass licensing, board certification and in-service exams, and meet continuing education requirements for 50+ health and medical specialties.
NCLEX RN and PN Prep question banks included with subscription. Additional tests and question banks available for individual purchase.
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The Gateway to Women's History is an online site providing electronic access to primary source materials from the Woman's Collection at Texas Woman's University. Visitors can access photographs, documents, pamphlets, menus, programs, catalogs, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, photo negatives, artifacts, clothing, textiles, and descriptive records of all our rare and unique manuscript collections. Rare books, ephemera, and memorabilia are also available for your viewing.
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800+ full text publications with 15,000+ sources from American colonial to present. Legal cases, statutes, regulations, citations, tax materials, newspaper, scholarly and professional peer reviewed articles, patents, European law, law school directories, company financial data and analysis, company profiles including contact information for company executives, SEC filings and reports, news, wire services, transcripts, briefings, blogs videos, and other information.
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A newsletter created to help college faculty improve their teaching, share best practices, and stay current on the latest pedagogical research.
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