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  • Historical Abstracts - Dates: 1967 - current
    Identifies articles and books on history since 1450, excluding the U.S. and Canada. Some links to full text.

  • JSTOR - Dates: Varies by title from 1800s - 2000s
    Full text articles in many disciplines.

  • ACLS Humanities E-Book - Dates: Varies
    Full text of selected book titles in the humanities with special strength in history. Also known as ACLS History Ebook Project.

  • Bibliography of Asian Studies - Dates: 1971 - current
    Identifies articles, books and book chapters on Asian history, geography and culture.

  • Bibliography of British and Irish History - Dates: 55 BC - present
    Identifies books and articles on the history of the British Isles and Ireland from 55 BC to the present.

  • CAJ: China Academic Journals full-text database: Series F Literature/History/Philosophy - Dates: 1994-current
    A full-text database of Chinese-language journals in literature, history and philosophy.

  • Caribbean Newspapers, Series I, 1718-1876 - Dates: 1718-1876
    The largest collection of historical newspapers from the Caribbean; a great resource for colonial history.

  • Foreign Office Files for China - Dates: 1919-1980
    A digital collection of the British Foreign Office files for China, from 1919 to 1980.

  • Index to Jewish Periodicals - Via EBSCO - Dates: 1988-present
    Identifies articles on Jewish history, activity, and thought.

  • International Medieval Bibliography - Dates: 400 - 1500
    Multi-disciplinary database listing articles and books about the European Middle Ages.

  • Nineteenth Century Collections Online - Dates: 1789-1914
    Full text archives, books, newspapers, manuscripts, photographs, maps, ephemera, and statistical data from around the world.

  • World newspaper Archive. African newspapers segment - Dates: 1800-1924
    Provides over 40 fully searchable newspapers published in Africa during the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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