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Primary source materials covering the nineteenth century collected from prominent libraries and archives throughout the world. Contains monographs, newspapers, pamphlets, manuscripts, ephemera, maps, photographs, statistics, and other document types in both Western and non-Western languages. The archives are presented as 12 topic-specific modules: Asia and the West; British politics and society; British theatre, music, and literature; childrens literature and childhood; Europe and Africa; European literature; maps and travel literature; photography; religion; science, technology, and medicine; women.

**Note: Access the collection from Gale Primary Sources to cross-search a wider range of digital collections and for more textual analysis tools.
A multidisciplinary database collection covering business, health/medical, social sciences, education, science/technology, performing/visual arts, history, religion, philosophy, and language/literature. Provides scholarly journals, market research, country/economic/industry reports, pre-print working papers, full text dissertations, as well as a vast number of professional journals, general interest periodicals, and full-text news sources from all over the world. See more... for a listing of the modules available.
Index to chemical substances and reactions, as well as journal articles, patents, conference papers, dissertations, reports, and more, in chemistry and related sciences. The link above is for the newest version of SciFinder called SciFinder-n; access the classic version of SciFinder at https://libguides.lib.umt.edu/scifinder or see database page listing. Log into SciFinder-n using your existing SciFinder username and password (no new registration is required). Users new to SciFinder should see more... for details on completing the one-time registration. Current users in need of account assistance or help regaining access to an expired login should contact help@cas.org.
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