|National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Working Paper Series
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|Nineteenth Century Collections Online (NCCO)
||Focuses on primary source collections of the nineteenth century, including a variety of material types--monographs, newspapers, pamphlets, manuscripts, ephemera, maps, statistics, and more--in one cross-searchable location. Library access includes the following collections: 1) British Politics and Society; 2) Asia and the West: Diplomacy and Cultural Exchange; 3) British Theatre, Music and Literature: High and Popular Culture; 4) European Literature 1790-1840: the Corvey Collection.manuscripts, photographs, maps, ephemera, and statistical data. The collection modules are topically based, in addition to some devoted to specific regions. AVAILABLE MODULES: 1) British Politics and Society; 2) Asia and the West: Diplomacy and Cultural Exchange; 3) British Theatre, Music and Literature: High and Popular Culture; 4) European Literature 1790-1840: the Corvey Collection. FORTHCOMING MODULES will include: 5) South Asia; 6) History of Science; 7) History of Photography; 8) Nineteenth-century Americana. A large portion of the initial content will come from the British Library and the British National Archives. A key criterion for inclusion is avoidance of overlap with existing digitized nineteenth-century source documents, e.g. the content scanned in the Google Books project and available in HathiTrust.
|NTIS (National Technical Information Service)
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