Research diverse perspectives, topics and trends aligned with all areas of study from credible, vetted, local, regional and national news sources from 1980 to the present, including The Herald-Mail (Hagerstown, MD.)
Collection focusing on six phases of Black Freedom in the history of the United States: Slavery and the Abolitionist Movement, Civil War and Reconstruction, Jim Crow (1878-) to the Great Depression, The New Deal and WWII, Civil Rights and Black Power Movements, and The Contemporary Era (1976-2000). Contains approximately 1600 primary documents.
Research the history of Civil Rights in the U.S. through Congressional hearings and committee prints, legislative histories of important legislation, CRS and GAO reports, Supreme Court case briefs, publications from the Commission on Civil Rights, and other resources including scholarly journals, a book list, and links to Civil Rights organizations.
Search all Gale Literature resources with one search! Included are all items from Gale Literature Criticism and Gale Literature Resource Center, as well as 50 e-books or series on literary criticism, genres, and biographies.
Designed to provide a more balanced understanding of the gun regulation debate in the U.S., this databases includes access to periodicals, federal legislative histories, congressional hearings, CRS Reports, Supreme Court briefs, and other resources.
Access to two excellent resources, Nursing 2021 Drug Handbook and Wallach's Interpretation of Diagnostic Tests: Pathways to Arriving at a Clinical Diagnosis. Using the Nursing 2021 Drug Handbook, students can access complete descriptions of close to 4000 drugs, over 8000 clinical updates, an Adjust-a-dose feature, and a full-color pill guide for the most prescribed medications. Wallach's provides a guide to ordering specific medical tests and how to interpret the laboratory results.