Online reference library that provides access to a growing selection of reference books.
Online reference library that provides access to a growing selection of reference books. Includes encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauri, books of quotations, and a range of subject-specific titles from art to accountancy and literature to law. Credo Reference generates a network of cross-references that provide an easy-to-follow trail to related information contained anywhere within the library.
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Biographical full-text articles, page images, and abstracts.
Covers 500,000+ people with links to 380,000+ related full text articles. More than 36,000 images (some color) bring the profiles to life. Substantive narrative profiles, many average 1,500 to 2,000 words. Search an ever-expanding range of data, with annual additions, licensed profiles from other leading publishers, and daily updates to periodicals coverage. Includes book review excerpts from Wilson's Book Review Digest Plus. Search by name, profession, place of origin, gender, ethnicity, birth/death dates, titles of works, and keyword. Use for women's studies, multicultural studies, and other areas beyond simple name lookups.
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American political, military, social, and cultural history.
American History Online spans political, military, social, and cultural history and features "Learning Centers" that bring forward specially selected entries from many Facts On File titles. It includes biographies; events and topics; more than 2,150 primary source documents; timelines; overview essays outlining time periods; nearly 3,200 images depicting key figures, places, and events; original maps, graphs, and tables; a spotlight providing an in-depth look at a topic such as the Lewis and Clark Expedition or immigration; and an "Editor’s Selection of the Month" highlighting an event tied to each month.
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Collection of African American reference materials including Africana and the new Encyclopedia of African American History, 1619-1895. Fully searchable.
The Oxford African American Studies Center provides students, scholars and librarians with more than 7,500 articles by top scholars in the field. The core content includes Africana, a five volume account of the African and African American experience, along with other Oxford works on African American history and biography. The Center includes biographies, over 3,000 topical articles, primary source documents with specially written commentaries, approximately 1,000 images, 90 country and territory maps, over 100 charts and tables, thematic timelines, and an editorially selected and annotated list of publicly available web sites. Users can search and browse by subject category and era.
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Search the Classic Catalog for Books
Search for books using St. Louis Community College's Classic Catalog.