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Ancestry.com operates a network of genealogical and historical record websites, giving users access to billions of genealogy records including Census, SSDI & Military records.
This database offers a collection of full-text biographies and unique narrative biographies, including coverage for several of the most popular and heavily-researched biographies and genres, as well as those contained within Biography Today and Biography (both dating back to the first issue published).
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- U.S. Federal Censuses feature the original images of every extant federal census in the United States, from 1790 through 1930, with name indexes for many decades.
- Genealogy and local history books deliver more than 7 million digitized page images from over 28,000 family histories, local histories, and other books.
- Periodical Source Index (PERSI), published by Allen County Public Library, is recognized as the most comprehensive index of genealogy and local history periodicals. It contains more than 2 million records covering titles published around the world since 1800.
- Revolutionary War records contains original images from pension and bounty land warrant application files that help to identify more than 80,000 American Army, Navy, and Marine officers and enlisted men from the Revolutionary War era.
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- Academic Search Premier
- Biomedical Reference Collection
- Business Source Premier
- Contemporary Authors Online
- Corporate ResourceNet
- Datamonitor Corporate Information
- Directory of Open Access Journals
- EBSCO Animals
- Educational Resource Information Center (ERIC)
- Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia
- Google Scholar
- Health Business FullTEXT
- Health Reference Center Academic
- Health Source: Consumer Edition
- Hobbies & Crafts Reference Center
- Home Improvement Reference Center
- Image Collection
- Lexi-Pals Drug Database
- Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts (LISTA)
- MAS Ultra–School Edition
- MasterFILE Premier
- McClatchy-Tribune Collection
- Middle Search Plus
- Military & Government Collection
- Newspaper Source
- Primary Search
- Professional Development Collection
- Regional Business News
- What Tree Is That?
A full-text database providing information on thousands of authors and their works across literary disciplines and timeframes. It gives students, teachers and librarians a complete foundation of literary reference works to meet any and all of their research or instructional needs.
- Complementary & Alternative Medicine
- Infectious Diseases & Conditions
- Psychology & Mental Health
- Magill’s Medical Guide
- Religious documents
- American immigration
- Inventors and inventions
- American business