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Exploring Topics in American History
This History of the United States collection will bring you articles on many parts of the nation's history, for good and ill. A great place to start.
One Long Night by
Publication Date: 2017-09-19
Traces the history of Concentration camps, from the first ones in Cuba (1890s) to the Boer War, the Soviet Union's Gulag, Nazi Germany, Maoist China, Japanese-American camps in World War II, and back to Guantanamo, Cuba, today.
Obama: the Call of History by
Publication Date: 2017-06-27
The first history of Obama's presidency written after he left office. Author Peter Baker is a staff writer for the New York Times.
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Gale Ebooks (formerly GVRL) This link opens in a new window
Gale eBooks has over 200 encyclopedias and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary research. Look here for biology, chemistry, nursing and medicine, sociology, history, education, law, and more.
JSTOR This link opens in a new window
Full text of over 1000 scholarly journals in the arts and sciences, from their earliest issues up to 3-5 years ago. Does not include current issues of the journals. Video tutorials are available.
U.S. History (Gale OneFile) This link opens in a new window
This collection of over 40 journals provides balanced coverage of both current thought and events in U.S. History, as well as scholarly work being established in the field. Useful both to the novice historian and to the advanced academic researcher.
U.S. History (Gale In Context) This link opens in a new window
A collection of full text periodicals, reference works, and primary sources as well as scholarly analyses. Images, videos, and audio recordings bring additional perspectives to United States history from pre-colonial times to the present.