Full text scholarly publications covering academic areas of study including biology, chemistry, engineering, physics, psychology, religion and philosophy, technology, veterinary science, social sciences, humanities, education, computer sciences, language and linguistics, arts and literature, medical sciences, and ethnic studies.
Interactive e-books from the Spotlight on American History series. This series will introduce readers to the extraordinary history of the United States and the people, places, and events that helped shape our young nation.
Interactive e-books from the Spotlight on Ancient Civilizations series. This series provides an examination of three of the world’s most fascinating and influential ancient civilizations: Chinese, Indian, and Mesopotamian.
Interactive e-books from the Spotlight on Ancient Civilizations series. Learn about the mysterious and fascinating empires of Ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome by examining major aspects of each culture, such as its government, its economy, and its religious practices.
Interactive e-books from the Spotlight on Ancient Civilizations series. These volumes allow readers to understand how ancient peoples lived, and how their geography and environment affected their cultures.
A collection of biographies for people from around the world and throughout history. Search for people by name, occupation, nationality, ethnicity, birth/death dates/places, or gender. Provides authoritative reference content alongside videos, audio selections, images, primary sources, and magazine and journal articles from hundreds of major periodicals and newspapers.
Interactive e-books from the Spotlight on Colorado series. This series combines videos, activities, interactive timelines, primary sources, and teaching tools to provide a comprehensive understanding of the land, people, and rich history of Colorado State.
A collection of digitized newspapers published in Colorado between 1859 and 1924, including papers published in English, German, Italian, Japanese, Slavic, Spanish, Serbian, or Swedish. Provided by the Colorado State Library.
More than 9,000 primary and secondary sources to help students discover the everyday details about past eras that make historical accounts relevant and meaningful. Explore the domestic, economic, intellectual, material, and recreational life of individuals throughout history. Research topics such as food, fashion and holidays.
Interactive e-books from the Spotlight on Explorers and Colonization series. The biographies in this series detail the lives and deeds of the most noteworthy explorers to cross the high seas or tread new routes across continents.
An online collection of Salem Press history reference books providing information about the 1950s-1970s in America, great events from history, great lives from history, and milestone documents.
Full-text database featuring historical reference books, periodicals, journals and primary source documents. Includes biographies, photos and maps.
A collection of oral histories from Jefferson County.
Interactive e-books from the Spotlight on Native Americans series. This series provides a narrative history of Native American peoples from all corners of North America, from before European explorers ever set foot on American soil to modern life on reservations today.
Interactive e-books from the Spotlight on the 13 Colonies series. This series delves into what life was like as the American colonies started and grew, including where colonists lived, whom they traded with, and how they survived.
A comprehensive U.S. History resource including reference works, news and periodical articles, and primary source documents ranging from slave journals to presidential papers.
Hundreds of customizable, interactive timelines of important events throughout history.
A comprehensive World History resource.