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Last Updated: Oct 7, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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What is in this Guide?

This is a guide to locating primary historical documents online and in Kimbel Library.

Start Here: Featured database of the month, New York Times, and Accessible Archives.

Primary Documents in KL: A listing of print and microfilm collections of primary sources.

Newspapers: Access to online newspaper collections and individual titles, such as the Times of London.

Digital Archives-KL: Databases of primary source materials covering American History, the South, Slavery, and Women's Studies.

Digital Archives: online images and documents from archives, libraries, and museums.

Census Data: print and online access to data from 1790-1940.

Government Documents: links to full-text legal and public documents.

Help: contact a librarian to help you.



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Featured Database:

Each month, this box will feature one of the newer primary source databases available through Kimbel Library.

  • Archives Unbound: Witchcraft in Europe and America
    Collection of writings on the subject of witchcraft. Included are reproductions of fragile manuscripts containing eyewitness accounts and court records of the trials of witches. Dates of coverage: 1500-1930.

Full text of the New York Times Historical : 1851-2007

Find the full text of all articles and images of the actual pages.

Full-text newspapers, magazines, and books from the 1670's to the 1890

 Full-text Newspaper Archives from 1736-1902. Coverage includes:


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