Published by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, AHFS includes more than a thousand drug information documents written in lay language for consumers, available in both English and Spanish.
The American Antiquarian Society (AAS) Historical Periodicals Collection is created from serials holdings belonging to one of the premier repositories in the United States, the American Antiquarian Society and features about 6500 titles from the seventeenth through the late nineteenth century.
This unique archive captures various accounts of the Civil War as it was experienced on land and at sea. The collection provides firsthand perspectives from hospitals and prison camps and reactions to the War from the homefront. While focus is placed on the War years, this resource also includes important contextual documents in the crucial years leading up to the War and after the fall of the Confederacy.
The award-winning Drama Online introduces new writers alongside the most iconic names in playwriting history, providing contextual and critical background through scholarly works and practical guides. The Library subscribes to Shakespeare in the Present and Stage on Screen.
Gateway to North America contains over 800,000 pages of content from over 1,500 print and manuscript directories, member lists, travel guides and other sources, chronicling the people and organizations of New York City from the late 18th through the early 20th century.
If you're looking to learn new languages and meet new cultures from near and far, you've come to the right place. From Spanish and French to Azerbaijani, English, and even Pirate, this database has you covered.
MasterFILE Complete offers the largest collection of the most popular full-text magazines, journals, and other highly-regarded sources from the world's leading publishers, covering virtually every subject area of general interest.
Orderly Books were the controlling document of day-to-day life in the military, most notably during the Revolutionary War. This one-of-a-kind collection – developed in conjunction with the New-York Historical Society – offers access to Orderly Books found nowhere else and contains handwritten volumes documenting military orders, movements and engagements by brigade, regiment, company and other specific military units between 1748 and 1817.