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America: History and Life. Articles and book reviews on United States and Canadian history. Saved searches for scholarly, full-text articles on Hispanic AmericansLatin AmericaLatinos, and Mexico

American History in Video. Newsreels, archival footage and important documentaries. 

American Song. Songs by and about children, cowboys, immigrants, Native Americans, pioneers, slaves and others. Songs about politics and civil rights, war and peace.

Chicago Tribune. Articles from 1985 to the present. For articles from 1849 to 1984, use Chicago Tribune historical files.

CQ Electronic Library. Research reports on United States government, politics, history, public policy and current events.

Ethnic NewsWatch. Articles from ethnic and alternative Journals, magazines, and newspapers.

Films on DemandStreaming videos in all topic areas, searchable by subject, title, or special collection. Includes categories on Hiscpanics, Latin America, Mexican-Americans, and Mexico.

GPO. A listing (no full text) of all types of United States government documents, including congressional reports, hearings, debates, records, judiciary materials and documents issued by executive departments.

Homeland Security Document Library.United States policy documents, presidential directives and national-strategy documents, plus theses and reports from various universities, organizations and local and state agencies.

JSTOR. Articles from scholarly journals in the arts and sciences, sometimes going back to the first issues. The Library subscribes to the Arts and Sciences I–X and Life Sciences collections.

The New York Times historical files. Articles from 1851 to 2008. For articles after 2008, use Lexis-Nexis.


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