Afro-American Studies core

New Afro-American Books & Media in the Five Colleges

http://fcaa.library.umass.edu:8991/cgi-bin/newbooks_2.pl?inst_req=ALL&subj_req=AFAM&weeks_req=4&type_req=ALL
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HathiTrust

http://www.hathitrust.org

Full-text books & journals digitized by HathiTrust partner libraries, Google, the Internet Archive, etc. Includes searchable access to over 10 million volumes total; 3.5 million public domain volumes are fully viewable online. Since Smith College is a member institution, Smith students, faculty and staff may download entire full texts as PDFs. Complements Google Books.

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Mon, 2015-03-02 (All day)

Archives Unbound

https://ly.smith.edu/ef/dbarchivesunbound/

Digital primary source collections on a wide variety of topics, countries, and time periods, from women's history and feminism, to civil rights, foreign policy, missionary societies, the Federal Writers' Project, etc.

Smith College Afro-American Majors Research Skills

http://www.smith.edu/libraries/services/faculty/infolit/ilprograms/afro-americanskills.htm

Research and information literacy skills identified as essential for Afro-American majors at Smith College.

Dictionary of Literary Biography

https://ly.smith.edu/ef/dbdlb/

Lengthy literary biographies by recognized literary scholars and critics, covering past & present authors, historians, journalists, screenwriters, publishers, and playwrights.

Ancestry (Library Edition)

https://ly.smith.edu/ef/dbancestry/

Census, vital, church, court & immigration records for the US & UK, plus material on other areas. Major components: US federal census 1790-1930 (incl. manuscript returns); historical maps; Social Security Death Index; etc.

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