African American Newspapers, 1827-1998, provides online access to more than 350 U.S. newspapers chronicling a century and a half of the African American experience. This unique collection, which includes historically significant papers from more than 35 states, features many rare 19th-century titles.
Fully scanned and searchable database of works described in Charles Evans' "American Bibliography, 1639-1820" plus additional works held by the Library Company of Philadelphia and the American Antiquarian Society.
This database brings together many thousands of documents housed at the U.S. National Archives and the Chicago History Museum, most previously available only in microfilm collections or in paper files at the holding institution:
This wide-ranging collection addresses legal and public policy concerns in many professional practice areas; for example, Criminal Law Reporter, Energy and Climate Report, Family Law Reporter, Internet Law Resource Center, Tax and Accounting Center, and many more.
Completely searchable and easy to use, The Chicago Manual of Style Online provides recommendations on editorial style and publishing practices for the digital age. Now offering the full contents of the 16th and 15th editions
Mergent Archives provides access to historical financial reports of thousands of publicly-traded companies, in some cases extending back as far as 1925. Criss Library has trial access for one month, March 1-31, 2017.
Brings together, for the first time, all known legal materials on slavery in the United States and the English-speaking world, as well as materials on free African-Americans in the colonies and the U.S. before 1870.
Underground and Independent Comics, Comix, and Graphic Novels is the first ever scholarly, primary-source database focused on adult comic books and graphic novels. Here are the works of artists both celebrated and overlooked, alongside interviews, criticism, and journal articles that document the continual growth and evolution of this artform.