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[AccuNet/AP] Searchable archive of historical and contemporary Associated Press photographs from the nineteenth century to the present. Brief stories available for most contemporary photos 48 hours after publication. Also included are maps, charts, logos and other graphics produced for the AP.Return to Top
[EBSCO] This database provides over 25,000 encyclopedic entries covering a variety of subject areas.Return to Top
[Texas State Historical Association] A multidisciplinary encyclopedia of Texas history, geography, and culture. A searchable online version of this standard reference work includes more than 23,000 articles on people, places, events, institutions, and historical themes. The online file includes the corrections made with the Handbook's 1997 second printing plus 400 new articles not included in the print edition.Return to Top
[EBSCO] General periodical database that covers general reference, business, consumer health, general health, general science and multi-cultural titles. Indexing and abstracts for the New York Times and 528 other titles. Over 459 titles have PDF and ASCII full text cover-to-cover coverage for issues beginning as early as 1990.
[EBSCO] Designed to assist middle and junior high school students in learning how to research current events. The database includes searchable full text from over 150 of the most popular K-12 magazines, abstracts and indexing for over 150 titles, searchable full text of the Christian Science Monitor, and tables and graphs converted to ASCII text for a better understanding of the written article. Also included are the reference books Encyclopedia of Animals, Funk and Wagnall's New Encyclopedia, the CIA World Fact Book, and Essential Documents in American History.Return to Top
[EBSCO] Designed for elementary schools and children's reading rooms, this database contains World Almanac of the USA and World Almanac for Kids, searchable full text from over 50 of the most popular K-12 magazines, abstracts and indexing for over 180 titles and pamphlets. Also included are Funk and Wagnall's New Encyclopedia, the Encyclopedia of Animals, and many charts, tables and graphs converted to ASCII text in order to retain the original meaning of featured articles.