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More than 330,000 citations for books, essays, journal articles and government documents of the United States and Canada pertaining to culture, history, and daily life of Indigenous Peoples in North America. [from vendor]

The leading web archiving service for collecting and accessing cultural heritage on the web. [from vendor]

ATLA  Religion Database, ATLA with ATLASerials, ATLASerials PLUS

The resources contain sources from Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Early Modern period in the disciplines of history and archaeology, language and literature, music, art and architectural history. [from vendor]

The Chicago Manual of Style Online and Scientific Style and Format Online are fully-searchable online style manuals produced by the University of Chicago Press [from vendor].

Gold Rush Decision Support is a content comparison tool meant to be used by collections development and acquisitions librarians. Access is via username and password for all individuals who will use the resource at the library. There is no limit to the number of identified users or number of reports that can be produced.

This resource is a reference bibliography for academic publications relating to Ancient Greek and Roman Civilization. [from vendor]

This multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary resource covers both topical and historical issues within Indigenous studies. [from vendor]

This online academic research database contains authoritative news content, including current coverage and deep archives. It provides university and college faculty and students with critical news, and legal and business information. [from vendor]

The Canadian online source that provides access to tens of thousands of cultural and professional organizations, government offices, law firms, banks, health and education facilities, libraries, and the media ranging from magazines to broadcasters. [from vendor]


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