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Indexes and provides full-text access to the majority of items printed about the Western hemisphere (North, Central, and South America and the Caribbean) for the dates covered. Books, newspapers, journals, and pamphlets. Searchable by author, title, keyword, full-text, and subject with limiters for date, language of publication, illustration, holding library of original document, or Sabin collection number. Contents are based on the original print publication which was published over a number of years and increasing narrowed the focus of included items as the work progressed. Sabin is an essential research tool for identifying literary and historically significant publications in and about the “new world” on topics of politics, economics, history, literature, religion, biography, culture, exploration, westward expansion, Native Americans, early American military history, slavery and abolition, and more. Search Sabin Americana alone or in conjunction with a dozen primary source tools using the Artemis Primary Sources search interface. Gale. Primary Source.
Provides access to British Foreign Office files extending from the 1830s to the 1960s and covering all countries of mainland South and Central America, plus Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Cuba. Topics covered include revolutions, wars and territorial changes, relations with indigenous peoples, the fitful progress of democracy, the influence of foreign financial interests, industrial and infrastructural development (including the building of the Panama Canal), slavery, immigration from Europe and the rise of political ideologies such as fascism and communism, amongst many other topics. Keyword and advanced search features with filters for date, region, and department/office. Adam Matthew Digital.
ocuments the American Presbyterian Church's educational, evangelical, and medical work, consisting mainly of incoming correspondence from the mission field and outgoing correspondence from the Board of Foreign Missions' headquarters. These records provide information on social conditions in Latin America and on efforts to spread the gospel during the nineteenth century. Gale