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    Early English Books Online
    The 125,000 earliest books published in English, as listed in Short Title Catalogs of Pollard & Redgrave (Ref Z 2002 P77) and Wing (Ref Z 2002 U587), 1475-1700.
    Also known as: EEBO
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    Ebsco EBook Collection
    For Macs and Firefox, a plugin is required. See http://www.schubert-it.com/pluginpdf/
    Scholarly and popular books online, in full text, various dates.
    Also known as: NetLibrary
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    Econlit
    Citations and abstracts for journal articles and some books relating to the field of economics, 1969-present.
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    EHRAF Archaeology
    Archaeology books, journal articles, and dissertations describing prehistoric life and archaeological sites across the world, 1983-present.
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    EHRAF World Cultures
    Thousands of ethnographies originally published as articles, books and dissertations. Its indexing traces social features across cultures, 1983-present.
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    Europa World Year Book
    A very useful encyclopedia and directory of the world's countries. Substantive coverage of government, demographics, history, and much more. Current.
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    Executive Branch Documents
    Executive Branch Documents (items not printed in the U.S. Serial Set-see entry below) includes a complete annotated bibliography and full text of all Executive Branch Documents listed in the 1909 Checklist, indexed by subjects, names, agency report numbers, and SuDocs Classification. The 1909 Checklist was created in 1911 by the U.S. Superintendent of Documents, and is the only systematic effort to provide a complete listing of all documents published by the U.S. Government in its first 120 years. In addition, Executive Branch Documents includes documents from 1910-1932.
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    Expanded Academic ASAP
    Articles from scholarly and general-interest periodicals relating to the humanities, social sciences, and non-technical general sciences, 1980-present.
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