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History Resources covering North America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East

Article Databases

This section lists online databases useful in doing historical research.  U.S. & North American titles are separated from those focusing on the rest of the world.  Newspapers as a resource type have also been listed separately.  Those databases that are considered to be more general in nature, that is, they index history topics in addition to other subjects are listed along with databases that focus on a specific area, timeframe or group such as Hispanic Americans, Muslims, women, Jews, Renaissance, the 19th century or legal and government information.

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