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Digitized primary source documents, secondary sources and videos from African diasporic communities formed throughout the world after the abolition of slavery. Focuses on communities in the Caribbean, Brazil, India, United Kingdom, and France, with content from key partners like The National Archives and Records Administration (US), National Archives at Kew (UK), Royal Anthropological Institute, and Senate House Library (University of London). 1860-present
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Covers efforts of the Executive Branch of U.S. government to reach out to the burgeoning Latino population during the last 2 years of the Carter Administration. Documents important Latino organizations of the time. 1979-1981
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In partnership with Elsevier, Ovid's Emcare allows searching scholarly nursing and health bibliographic data with convenient limits to systematic reviews, clinical trials, evidence based medicine and more. Indexes almost 5 million records from 1995 and provides links to full text where available. 1995 to present.
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Printed and manuscript sources over four centuries, providing perspectives on the changing roles of women in history. 1662-1988
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