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Librarian-curated research guide for American History resources
JSTOR is a database consisting of only full-text articles from interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journals. Journals are included on the basis of number of subscribers the journal has, citation analysis, recommendations from experts in the field, and the length of time that the journal has been published. Coverage for each title begins with the first publications, with most titles ending coverage between three and five years ago.
H-NET Reviews is an online scholarly review source for books in the Humanities and Social Sciences. H-NET Reviews are published online via discussion networks and the H-NET web site. This format permits reviews to reach scholars with a speed unmatched in any other medium and makes possible discussion between reviewers, authors, and readers.
The standard source for statistical data on U.S. History, with over 37,000 data sets on topics ranging from migration and health to crime and the Confederate States of America. Includes essays placing the data in historical context. Also available in print at the library. HA202 .H57 2006
Now comprising the full text of over 1500 titles, HEB has expanded to include most humanities disciplines and area studies. Included are works of major importance to historical studies. These books will remain vital to both scholars and advanced students, and are frequently cited in the literature. HEB is growing by over 300 titles a year.