ACLS Humanities E-Book (HEB) is an online collection of approximately 3,700 books of high quality in the humanities. HEB is fully searchable collection of high-quality ebooks in the Humanities, recommended and reviewed by scholars.
This citation guide was created by the WORD Studio and is based on the Chicago Manual of Style (Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1993). For additional examples, please refer to online version: Chicago Manual of Style or the print version: Chicago Manual of Style, which is available in the collections of ODY Library and the Science Library.
The Rockwell Kent collections at St Lawrence University consist of over 100 pieces of correspondence, 15 original prints, dozens of books as well as drawings and ephemera. The collections are housed in Special Collections, Owen D. Young Library and at The Richard F. Brush Art Gallery.
A multi-disciplinary full text database that includes peer-reviewed academic journals as well as general magazines and news sources. The database contains full text for more than 8,750 journals including more than 7,800 peer-reviewed titles.
An index of literature covering the history and culture of the United States and Canada, from prehistory to the present. Includes citations and links to journal articles, dissertations, primary documents, books and reviews. Links to fulltext are included.
Fulltext access to approximately 270 US newspapers spanning 150 years of the African American experience. The collection features papers from more than 35 states—including many rare and historically significant 19th century titles.
Contains close to 800,000 references to books, journal articles, individually-authored monographs, chapters in edited volumes, conference proceedings, anthologies, and Festschriften, etc., published from 1971 until the present day. It encompasses the full content of the annual printed volumes of the BAS from the 1971 to the 1991 editions (the 1991 edition was the last volume available in print form).
Nearly 4,000 narratives told by ex-slaves collected under the auspices of the Works Projects Administration between 1936 and 1938