Research Links - NSFAQ

Did you ever wonder how many words end in -gry, or do you need to find dissertations, primary sources, or research a topic not covered in the research guides or links? The following are links to these and other hard to find answers.

If you still can't find what you're looking for, feel free to check out the Online Databases, Research Guides, and Research Links available from the LRC or 24/7 Ask a Librarian.

Other places to try: Digital Librarian, Internet Public Library, and the Library of Congress Finding Aids and Virtual Reference Shelf.

 

SUBJECTS:  

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z




A

Acts of Kindness 

Acts of Kindness Section - Part of A Magazine of People and Possibilities' website.

The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation - Provides free educational and community ideas, guidance, and other resources to kindness participants.

Africa 

Country Watch Database - Ask a librarian how to access this database off-campus.

UNESCO Education Profiles for countries.

World Development Indicators by country and by topic.

World Health Organization data and statistics.

World Fact Book country profiles. 

African Americans

(See also: Research Links: Art and Research Links - History, Research Links - Military and on this page: Brown v. Board of Education, Harlem Renaissance, Slave Codes, Slavery, and people by their last name, first.)

African American Digital Collections - Photographs, pamphlets, interviews, and other resources from the Library of Congress.

African American History - Links selected by the University of Washington Libraries.

African American Studies Links - From the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

American Black Journal Archive - Documenting Detroit and American History from an African American Perspectives since 1968.

Against Their Will - North Carolina's Sterilization Program - 7,600 African Americans were sterilized before the program was shut down. Contains primary sources.

Black Past: Remembered and Reclaimed - includes an online encyclopedia of hundreds of famous and lesser known figures, full text primary documents and major speeches of black activists and leaders from the 18th Century to the present. There are also links to hundreds of websites.

Black Studies Links from the African American studies section of the Association of College & Research Libraries.

Digitial Schomberg for Research on Black Culture - Online exhibitions, photographs, articles, and books.

Dred Scott Case Collection - Digital collection of papers related to the case, chronology, and additional online resources.

Genealogy: African American Heritage Links

Internet Public Library's African-Americans in the Armed Forces Pathfinder - Intended to help you start your research.

Internet Public Library's African American Scientist and Inventor Pathfinder

- Church

The Church in the Southern Black Community - From Documenting the American South. Collects autobiographies, biographies, church documents, sermons, histories, encyclopedias, and other published materials.

- History, Oklahoma

African Americans - Articles in the Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture.

- History, Southern

Documenting the American South  - A digital publishing initiative that provides Internet access to texts, images, and audio files related to Southern history, literature, and culture from the colonial period through the first decades of the 20th century. 

Agriculture 

See Science Links - Agriculture Section.

Archetypes 

Four Archetypes of Survival -  On the website of Dr. Caroline Myss P.h.D.  

Asian Americans 

Asian American Voices from Digital History - Overviews of periods and events in Asian American history. Also contains first person accounts.

Genealogy: Asian Heritage Links

Internet Public Library's Asian American Studies Pathfinders - Guide that shows you where to start your research.

 

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B

BENITO CERENO

    BENITO_CERENO

Bible, Christian 

(See also:  Religion Research Links )

www.biblegateway.com/ - Read and research scripture in the language and bible version of your choice. Search for keywords or scripture. 

Bills, U.S. Government 

THOMAS  - Search engine for databases that contains U.S. bills, laws, the Congressional Record, and committee information.

See also: Research Links - Law 

Books 

See: Research Links - Literary 

Brown v. Board of Education 

Brown at 50 - Cases, chronology, history, biographical sketches, and more. From the Howard University School of Law.

Brown versus Board of Education / Brown Foundation for Educational Equity, Excellence and Research

Brown v. Board of Education: Virginia Responds

Brown v. Board of Education National Historical Site - Timeline, cases, and more. 

With an Even Hand: Brown at 50 - Library of Congress online exhibition.  

Burns, Anthony

(Related Subjects: Biographies)  

Anthony Burns Captured. (1854) - Part of PBS' Africans in America website.

Anthony Burns A History - Electronic book edition of the 1856 book by Charles Emery Stevens.

Library of Congress, American Memory - Search for Anthony Burns, there are periodicals, books, and more primary source materials to view in this database.


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C

Calendars 

Calendars through the Ages - looks at the astronomical basis of calendars, the history of our calendar, and when various countries moved from the Julian to the Gregorian calendar. Learn about Leap Year, the solar cycle, equinoxes and solstices.

Timeanddate- Offers visitors current world times, counters, and programs to calculate the amount of time between two dates. One can also construct a personal world clock applet at this site.  

Cannibal Girl

Maid to Order: Columbus' "Cannibal Girl" and the Captivity Narrative - Part of  the project "Pocahontas: Icon At The Crossroads Of Race And Sex" from University of Virginia's America Studies Group.      

Census, United States 

See also: Genealogy Links

Census.gov - United States federal government's official census website.

Historical Census Browser  - Historical Census data browseable by topic and year from 1790 to 1960.

Kidscount - The Annie E. Casey Foundation's website has compiled indicators of child well-being from the 2000 U.S. Census. 

Children, The.

The Children - A poem by Susan Hill Custer. 

Christianity 

(See also:  Research Links - Religion)

www.biblegateway.com/ - Read and research scripture in the language and bible version of your choice. Search for keywords or scripture.

Internet Sacred Text Archive 

Civil War 

Military Links - History

Cloning 

See Science Links - Biology Section DNA and Genetics.

Columbus, Christopher 

Christopher Columbus - Biography and primary sources.

Maid to Order: Columbus' "Cannibal Girl" and the Captivity Narrative - Part of  the project "Pocahontas: Icon At The Crossroads Of Race And Sex" from University of Virginia's America Studies Group. 

Congress  

See Government Links - U.S. Departments and Agencies. 

Controversial Issues 

Visit the LRC's Online Database for CQ Researcher, Facts on File Issues and Controversies, and SIRS Knowledge PRO vs. CON section.  Online Database Log-in Instructions

Ask a librarian about the Opposing Viewpoints and Taking Sides book series.

www.procon.org - a non-partisan website on controversial issues. Procon.org video tutorial

Conversion 

Online Conversion - Offers thousands of conversions and calculators. Type in one value and it will convert it to your chosen value. 

Countries  

Country Watch Database - One of the LRC's Online Databases. Ask a librarian how to access off-campus.

UNESCO Education Profiles for countries.

World Development Indicators by country and by topic.

World Culture & Resources - The Library of Congress' Global Gateway.

World Health Organization data and statistics.

World Fact Book country profiles.

 (See also:  Research Links - China, Research Links - Government, and Statistical Information. )

  
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D   

Development of Man (See also Evolution) 

Early Man by Howell, Francis Clark. Call #: QH 368.H638. This book has a chart of the development of man. (Located in the RSC Library) 

Dissertations and Theses 

Australian Digital Theses Program - Provides both citation and full-text access to a few thousand theses and dissertations published in Australia.

The British Library Ethos - Provides access to citations of theses from British universities (most doctoral theses from the early 1970s onward), from the United States (475,000 doctoral theses), and from Canada (several hundred doctoral theses from 1980 forward).

Center for Research Libraries - Twenty thousand doctoral dissertations from outside of the United States and Canada are searchable from this site. Items can be ordered through ILL by students, faculty, and staff.

Digital Library and Archives - Allows searching for citations and abstracts of over 6,700 theses
and dissertations. Free full-text access is provided for over 4,500 of these items.

Directory of Dissertations in Progress - "The Directory contains 3,804 dissertations in progress at 170 academic departments in Canada and the U.S." This is a citation database of dissertations in progress in the area of history.

Dissertation.com - Dissertation.com has just a few hundred dissertations and theses in its
collection, but the site allows free, full-text access to the first twenty-five pages of each item.

Doctoral Dissertations in Musicology - This is an international database of citations for dissertations in musicology that contains over 12,000 records. Dissertations are from approximately 1950 to present.

Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations - Access to citations from thousands of digital dissertations and theses that are in PDF format. A significant number of these resources are freely available in full-text and can be viewed online.

PhdData: The Universal Index of Dissertations in Progress - PhdData has citations from several thousand dissertations in progress from various parts of the world.

Proquest PQDT Open- Read the full text of open access dissertations and theses free of charge.

Theses Canada Portal - Access to bibliographic citations for all the theses in the National Library of Canada Theses Collection. Access to full-text theses is available for all items published between January 1, 1998 to August 31, 2002.

TREN: Theological Research Exchange Network - citations to 6,800 theological theses/dissertations and conference papers. Items can then be purchased through this site. The opening page actually states that they have 10,000 theses/dissertations, but the search page allows searching of 6,800 items.  

DNA 

See also: Science Links Biology Section - DNA and Genetics.  

Dred Scott Case  

Dred Scott Case Collection - Digital collection of papers related to the case, chronology, and additional online resources.

     
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E    

E-books 

EBSCOhost Ebooks (Now under EBSCOhost)- Database of Full-text electronic books that may be browsed or checked out for 24 hours. Available on-campus to current RSC students and faculty/staff. See the Online Databases log-in instructions page for off-campus access instructions. 

See also: Literary Links  Literature (Books) - Ebooks

EBSCOhost 

EBSCO stands for Elton B. Stevens Company. It is named after the company's founder.

Rose State College Learning Resources Center subscribes to EBSCOhost and several other databases which are available at the Online Databases Page.    

EBSCOhost Tutorials  

Economics 

Avalon Project  - Primary source materials in the fields of Law, History, Economics, Politics, Diplomacy and Government.

Eh.net - Gateway to resources in the field of economic history. Includes abstracts, book reviews, course syllabi, a calendar of events, electronic mailing lists, and links to scholarly organizations.

How Much is That? - Have you ever wondered what the value of a dollar was in 1895? Or what the GDP was in 1929? Here is a place where you can ask questions of comparative value covering purchasing power, exchange rates, and other variables between the past and today.

Measuring Worth - Makes available to the public the highest quality and most reliable historical data on important economic aggregates, with particular emphasis on nominal measures.

Xe.com - Current currency tables and online currency conversion.

(See also: Business Research Links

Einstein, Albert 

Einstein Archives Online  - Contains finding aids and a searchable database of the print Albert Einstein Archives at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Also includes a large collection of digitized Einstein manuscripts.  

English 

SEE : -gry Words,  Research Links-Writing 

Eugenics 

Genetics and Eugenics articles and links from the University of Washington. 

Europe 

Country Watch Database- Ask a librarian how to access this database off-campus.

Eurodocs  - Primary Historical Documents From Western Europe selected Transcriptions, Facsimiles and Translations. 

UNESCO Education Profiles for countries.

World Development Indicators by country and by topic.

World Health Organization data and statistics.

World Fact Book country profiles.  

Evolution 

See Science : Biology - Evolution

 

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F  

Flags 

Flag and Geographical Links - From the National Archives.

The Flag of the United States of America - Includes the history of the flag, graphics of historic and current flags and an invaluable collection of flag FAQs.

Semaphore Flag Signaling System - A nice guide on how to use this signaling system from the Warfighter's Encyclopedia.

World Flag Database - From international to state flags, this helpful database has it.  

Freedom of Information Act

See: Government Links - Freedom of Information Act  

 

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G  

Gasoline and Gas Prices

CNNMoney - Gas Crunch Special Report

A Primer on Gasoline Prices - Explains the components of the retail price of gas. From the Energy Information Administration.

Short-Term Energy Outlook - Real Petroleum Prices - From the Energy Information Administration. 

Gay, Lesbian, Bi, and Transgender

Gay and Lesbian Studies Research Guide - Selected Internet Sites - From the New York Public Library.

A Mystery, Locked in Timeless Embrace - New York Times article about the controversy over the tomb of Niankhkhnum and Khnumhotep. More news articles and information is here.

People with a History: An Online Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans* History 

- Gay Marriage

Visit the LRC's Online Database for CQ Researcher, Facts on File Issues and Controversies, and for SIRS Knowledge PRO vs. CON section. Both contain articles and news about the Same-sex marriage debate. Online Database Log-in Instructions

Same Sex Marriage History - at the Internet History Sourcebook.  

Genetics 

See Science Links - Biology DNA and Genetics 

Geography  (See Also: Flags, Maps)

 Geographical Information - Links selected by the National Archives

 See also: Map Research Links  

Global Warming

Climate Change: Discovery of Global Warming - A hypertext history of how scientists came to (partly) understand what people are doing to cause climate change.  

Grandfather Clause

Frankfurter, Felix. "Grandfather Clause" The Guide to American Law Vol.5
    1983. p. 390-391. (REF KF156 .G77 1983)  Located in the RSC Library.

"Guinn v. United States" Congressional Quarterly's Guide to the U.S.Supreme 
         Court. 1979. 884. (REF JK 1571.C65 1979)  Located in the RSC Library.

 Great Depression

See History Research Links - Great Depression. 

-gry words 

Internet Public Library's Words that End in -gry

 

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H  

Harlem Renaissance 

"A 1920's Flowering That Didn't Disappear" New York Times Index  May 24, 1998. Under Art Heading.

"Louis Patterson 97, Is Dead" New York Times Index  September 02, 1999. Under Deaths 
(Obituaries).

"Helene Johnson, poet of Harlem, 89, dies" New York Times Index  July 11, 1995. Under Deaths.

"Selma Burke." New York Times Index  September 2, 1995. Under Deaths. 

Proquest Historical New York Times is one of the LRC's Online Databases.  Online Database Log-in Instructions  

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth 

Emily Dickinson House - About her life and house. A section of the National Park Service Website's Places Where Women Made History.

Higginson Family Genealogy Forum

Library of Congress, American Memory - Search for Thomas Wentworth Higginson, there are periodicals, books, and more primary source materials to view in this database.

Project Gutenberg's Thomas Wentworth Higginson Page - Includes the full e-text of Army Life in a Black Regiment, Malbone: An Old Port Romance,and Old Port Days.

Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Editor and Colonel

Thomas Higginson's "Negro Spirituals" - Includes a biography, complete text, index, sounds, images, and bibliography. 

Hispanic Americans 

Hispanic American Resources at the Library of Congress and Recommended Internet Links

 See also Research Links - History Hispanic Americans section.   

Humanities

EDSITEment: Best of Humanities Sites on the Web

Intute: Arts and Humanities Search Engine - Also browsable by subject. Websites are evaluated by subject specialists.

Perseus Digital Library  - A digital library of photography, manuscripts, art, and more relating to the Humanities. Sections include: Classics, Papyri, English Renaissance, Boyle Papers, and more.


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I  

Icelandic Sagas 

Icelandic Sagas - Digital collection of Icelandic family sagas, including Germanic/Nordic mythology (the Eddas), the history of Norwegian kings, contemporary sagas and tales from the European age of chivalry. 

Immigration 

Immigration to the United States, 1789-1930 - Web-based collection of selected historical materials from Harvard's libraries, archives, and museums that documents voluntary immigration to the US from the signing of the Constitution to the onset of the Great Depression.

For Pros and Cons of Immigration search CQ Research, Fact on File, and SIRS Online Databases. For search help and to access off-campus, ask a librarian.

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K    

Kindness, Acts of 

Acts of Kindness Section - Part of A Magazine of People and Possibilities' website.

The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation - Provides free educational and community ideas, guidance, and other resources to kindness participants.

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L  

League of Nations 

League of Nations Photo Archive - Digital archive, created at Indiana University includes the League of Nations Overview of Photo Collections with photos of: Personalities, Assemblies, Councils, Delegations, Commissions, Conferences, the Secretariat, the Permanent Court of International Justice, the Bureau International du Travail, and miscellaneous photos. Also included are several illustrated books about the League.  

Lincoln, Abraham 

Lincoln/Net - Presents materials from Lincoln's Illinois years (1830-1861), supplemented by resources from Illinois' early years of statehood (1818-1829). 

See also: Research Links - History Presidents of the United States.

  
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M    

Music 

Digital Mozart Editions - Musical text, sheet music, and critical commentary available for personal or educational use.

Historic American Sheet Music - Provides access to digital images of 3042 pieces from the collection, published in the United States between 1850 and 1920.

A Jazz Improvisation Primer - Free online book covering jazz theory, music history, and practical advice.

Music, Federal Resources for Educational Excellence (FREE) - Over 40 links recommended for students.

Music Division Finding Aids - List of Library of Congress online resources.

Music Theory & History Online from the Dolmetsch Foundation.

Music Websites and Internet Resources for Music, Theatre, and Dance - Recommended by the Library of Congress.

Moldenhauer -  (primary sources on the history of Western music at the Library of Congress) 

A Guide to the Moldenhauer Archives at the Library of Congress

Shmoop Music Guides  - Analysis and guides to songs.  

Teoria Music Theory - Exercises, Tutorials, and more from Professor José Rodríguez Alvira.

Record Labeling

Record Labeling - Contents of Music and Lyrics of Records. Hearing before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation U.S. Senate 99th Congress.  

Muslim Americans 

Muslim Americans: Middle Class and Mostly Mainstream - Features key findings from the survey of about 1,000 Muslim Americans, the complete report, and press conference transcript. 

Mythology 

See Research Links - Literary  Literary (Mythology) Section


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N  

Native Americans 

(Related Subject: Sioux Nation)

American Indian Links - Subject categorized bookmarks, the result of years of extensive research.

Genealogy: Indians/Native Americans

Internet Public Library's Native American Links - Links to websites by or about Native American tribes.

Mesoweb -  A website exploring Mesoamerican cultures (the Olmec, Maya, Aztec, Teotihuacano, Toltec, Mixtec, Zapotec, and others).

Native American Citizenship - Series of illustrated essays discusses the reservation system, American Indian schools, citizenship for native veterans, the 1924 Indian Citizenship Act, and related topics.

National American Indian Heritage Resources - Select resources from the Department of Education.

Native American Literature Online - Listing of books and other literature by Indigenous people.

Native Americans Digital Collections and Links - Recommended by the National Archives.

Native American Voices - Gives an overview of topics and historical events as well as first person accounts.

NativeTech - Educational web site that covers topics of Native American technology and emphasizes the Eastern Woodlands region. Contains articles and background information on native art and technology.

Ojibwe Cultural Links - Links to Culture, Art, History, Language & People

 See also Research Links - History 

  - Authors

Internet Public Library's Native American Authors List - Bibliography of Native American Authors. The Bibliography can be browsed by author, title, or tribe. Contains web links to some criticisms and tribal websites.

 

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O   

Oswald the Rabbit 

Finch, Christopher. The Art of Walt Disney. New York: Harry N. Abrams,
        Inc., 1973. p. 47 (NC 1766.U52. D43)  Located in the RSC Library.

World Encyclopedia of Cartoons p. 38, 40, 82, 198, 426, 317, and 350.
        (REF NC1325.W67 1980)  Located in the RSC Library.

 

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P    

Pierce, Franklin 

American President: Franklin Pierce

Franklin Pierce

The Franklin Pierce Pages

Franklin Pierce's Inaugural Address

POTUS (Presidents of the United States) - Franklin Pierce - Page of facts
and links.

See also: Research Links - History - Presidents of the United States.

Plagiarism 

RSC's Plagiarism Prevention Links  

Plants 

See Science Links - Agriculture or Biology Sections or Gardening Links 

Politics 

See also: Government Links and History Links

Avalon Project  - Primary source materials in the fields of Law, History, Economics, Politics, Diplomacy and Government. 

Poverty

Spotlight On Poverty and Opportunity: The Source for News, Ideas, and Action. A non-partisan website. The issues section contains research, headlines, commentary, links, polls, and other resources on poverty issues.

President of the United States of America 

See: Research Links - History Presidents of the United States section or Government Presidents. 

Primary Sources 

RSC's Finding Primary Sources Tutorial

Avalon Project  - Primary source materials in the fields of Law, History, Economics, Politics, Diplomacy and Government.

A Chronology of U.S. Historical Documents - By the University of Oklahoma College of Law. Contains numerous primary source documents listed in chronological order.

Cornell University Library: Historical Monographs - An online collection of selected monographs with expired copyrights chosen from a variety of disciplines.

Documenting the American South - A digital publishing initiative that provides Internet access to texts, images, and audio files related to Southern history, literature, and culture from the colonial period through the first decades of the 20th century.

Eurodocs  - Primary Historical Documents From Western Europe selected Transcriptions, Facsimiles and Translations. 

Finding Primary Source on the Library of Congress Website - Links to images, maps, sheet music, and other forms of digital media and primary source materials related to American history.

Perseus Digital Library  - A digital library of photography, manuscripts, art, and more relating to the Humanities. Sections include: Classics, Papyri, English Renaissance, Boyle Papers, and more.

League of Nations Photo Archive - Digital archive, created at Indiana University includes the League of Nations Overview of Photo Collections with photos of: Personalities, Assemblies, Councils, Delegations, Commissions, Conferences, the Secretariat, the Permanent Court of International Justice, the Bureau International du Travail, and miscellaneous photos. Also included are several illustrated books about the League. 

Making of America Collection - Digital library of primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction.

New Deal Network - An educational guide to the Great Depression of the 1930s, is sponsored by the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute. Contains a digital library and pictures.

University of Washington Libraries Digital Collections  - Features photographs, documents, audio visual materials, and more in various special collections.

Western History Photography Collection - Contains some 100,000 images and catalog records of North American Indians, pioneers, railroads, mining, Denver and Colorado towns, city, farm, and ranch life, recreation, scenery, news events, and numerous other subjects and states.  

Public Domain 

Public Domain - When works pass into public domain chart.

(See also: Copyright Links)

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Q

Quotations

Quotation Links - Recommended by the National Archives.

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R    

Random acts of kindness

Acts of Kindness Section - Part of A Magazine of People and Possibilities' website.

The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation - Provides free educational and community ideas, guidance, and other resources to kindness participants.

Record Labeling

See: Music - Record Labeling

Research

Internet Public Library's Frequently Asked Reference Questions - Lots of helpful links for hard to find reference questions.

Internet Public Library's Pathfinders - Guides written by IPL staff which are intended to help you get started doing research on a particular topic, both online and at your local library.

Library of Congress' Topics and Finding Aids - Topics in the LOC's American Memory Website and Finding Aids for resources on LOC and on external websites.

LRC's Research Guides- Guides of resources available in the library (books, magazines, searchable databases) and on the Internet. 

LRC's Research Tips

LRC's Research Tutorials

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S 

Salem Witch Trials

Salem Witch Trials - Consists of an electronic collection of primary source materials relating to the Salem witch trials of 1692 and a new transcription of the court records. 

Scott, Dred

Dred Scott Case Collection - Digital collection of papers related to the case, chronology, and additional online resources. 

Senators

Government Links - Scroll down to United States Departments and Agencies.

Sioux Nation

Camping with the Sioux - Fieldwork diary of Alice Cunningham Fletcher with pictures from the fall of 1881.

IPL's Native American Author Index: Sioux Tribe Page - Links to Sioux Tribe information half-way down the page.

"Sioux Win $122.5 Million." Facts on File Yearbook 1980 V.XL. Facts on File, Inc.: New York. p. 51. (REF D 410.F3 1980)  Located in the RSC Library.

"United States v Sioux Nation of Indians." United States Supreme Court Reports Lawyers Edition. 2d Series. The Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Co.:  Rochester, NY. p. 844-846. (REF KF 101.A2 V. 65) Located in the RSC Library.

Slave Codes

African American Almanac (REF E 185.A37)  Located in the RSC Library.

African American Encyclopedia (REF E 185.A253 1993)  Located in the RSC Library.

The American Slave Code in Theory and Practice - Its distinctive features shown by its statutes, judicial decisions, and illustrative facts. By William Goodell. Published by the American Anti-slavery society in 1853. All 431pages of this book are available on-line at the University of Michigan website.

Dictionary of American History (REF E 174.D5)  Located in the RSC Library.

Encyclopedia of Black America (REF E185.E55) Located in the RSC Library.

Slavery

Documenting the American South  - Digital publishing initiative that provides Internet access to texts, images, and audio files related to Southern history, literature, and culture from the colonial period through the first decades of the 20th century.

Dred Scott Case Collection - Digital collection of papers related to the case, chronology, and additional online resources.

North American Slave Narratives - Collects books and articles that document the individual and collective story of African Americans struggling for freedom and human rights in the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries.

Samuel May Anti-Slavery Collection  - Gathers together over 8,500 of the important pamphlet and leaflets relating to the anti-slavery struggle at the local, regional, and national levels.

South, American

Documenting the American South - A digital publishing initiative that provides Internet access to texts, images, and audio files related to Southern history, literature, and culture from the colonial period through the first decades of the 20th century.

Speeches

See Research Links - Literary

Stem Cells

See Science Links - Biology Section Cloning and Genetics.  

 

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T
 

Theses and Dissertations

Australian Digital Theses Program - Provides both citation and full-text access to a few thousand theses and dissertations published in Australia.

The British Library - Provides access to citations of theses from British universities (most doctoral theses from the early 1970s onward), from the United States (475,000 doctoral theses), and from Canada (several hundred doctoral theses from 1980 forward).

Center for Research Libraries - Twenty thousand doctoral dissertations from outside of the United States and Canada are searchable from this site. Items can be ordered through ILL by students, faculty, and staff.

Digital Library and Archives - Allows searching for citations and abstracts of over 6,700 theses
and dissertations. Free full-text access is provided for over 4,500 of these items.

Directory of Dissertations in Progress - "The Directory contains 3,804 dissertations in progress at 170 academic departments in Canada and the U.S." This is a citation database of dissertations in progress in the area of history.

Dissertation.com - Dissertation.com has just a few hundred dissertations and theses in its
collection, but the site allows free, full-text access to the first twenty-five pages of each item.

Doctoral Dissertations in Musicology - This is an international database of citations for dissertations in musicology that contains over 12,000 records. Dissertations are from approximately 1950 to present.

Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations - Access to citations from thousands of digital dissertations and theses that are in PDF format. A significant number of these resources are freely available in full-text and can be viewed online.

PhdData: The Universal Index of Dissertations in Progress - PhdData has citations from several thousand dissertations in progress from various parts of the world.

Proquest PQDT Open- Read the full text of open access dissertations and theses free of charge.

Theses Canada Portal - Access to bibliographic citations for all the theses in the National Library of Canada Theses Collection. Access to full-text theses is available for all items published between January 1, 1998 to August 31, 2002.

TREN: Theological Research Exchange Network - citations to 6,800 theological theses/dissertations and conference papers. Items can then be purchased through this site. The opening page actually states that they have 10,000 theses/dissertations, but the search page allows searching of 6,800 items.

Tobacco Industry

Legacy Tobacco Documents Library - Contains millions of documents related to advertising, manufacturing, marketing, sales, and scientific research of tobacco products.

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 U

United States

See  Research Links - Government, Research Links - History, Research Links - Maps,
and CountryWatch Online Database.

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V 

 

Voter Registration in Oklahoma

 Voter Registration in Oklahoma

 

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W  

West, American

Western History Photography Collection - Contains some 100,000 images and catalog records of North American Indians, pioneers, railroads, mining, Denver and Colorado towns, city, farm, and ranch life, recreation, scenery, news events, and numerous other subjects and states.  

 

Witchcraft

Cornell Library's Witchcraft Collection - Contains over 3,000 titles documenting the history of the Inquisition and the persecution of witchcraft.

Salem Witch Trials - Consists of an electronic collection of primary source materials relating to the Salem witch trials of 1692 and a new transcription of the court records.

Women

Internet Public Library's Womens Studies Pathfinder - Intended to help you start researching Women's Studies.

Women's History Month Resources -- Federal Resources for Educational Excellence (FREE) - Featured women's history websites. Click all resources for more links.

Women’s Studies Resources on the Web - List of links by the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.

WSSLinks: Women and Gender Studies Web Sites

World War I and II

See: Research Links - Military - History Section

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