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American Revolutionary War and the War of 1812: People, Politics, and Power (Info | Start here)
This book investigates the important battles, speeches, and key players of this inspiring upsurge that ended in the creation of a new nation.
American Social Reform Movements Reference Library (Info | Start Now)
This four-volume set chronicles and illustrates movements from the American Revolution to the present day. Intended to help students successfully complete research and projects.
American Spectator (Info | Start here)
Do you disrelish fraud, gas bags, and philistines armed with the full power of the State? Do you relish humor, intelligence, eloquence writing that cuts to the heart of an issue in memorable style? If so, The American Spectator is for you.
Amsterdam, New ed. (Info | Start here)
Provides background information on Amsterdam; describes the major sights, and suggests hotels, restaurants, entertainment, and outdoor activities.
Analog Science Fiction and Fact (Info | Start here)
Published since 1930, Analog Science Fiction and Fact presents an unbeatable combination of stimulating fiction stories, provocative editorials, and fascinating articles, all solidly rooted in science fact.
Ancestry Library Edition (Info | Start Now (inside the library only))
Provides access to a number of genealogical sources, including Census, military and immigration records, periodicals and newspapers and birth, marriage and death records.
Ancient Civilizations Reference Library (Info | Start Now)
The ancient civilizations of Iraq, Egypt, India, China, Central America and other regions are the focus of this remarkable contribution to student reference.
Ancient Egypt (Info | Start here)
Explores the society, politics and beliefs of Ancient Egypt and the surrounding Nile Valley region, along with the cultural achievements of this ancient civilization.
Ancient Egypt: from Prehistory to the Islamic Conquest (Info | Start here)
Covers ancient Egyptian culture and traditions and profiles important sites throughout Egypt, many of which still contain remnants and artifacts that illustrate the importance of this extraordinary civilization.
Ancient Europe, 8000 A.D. 1000: Encyclopedia of the Barbarian World (Info | Start Now)
Examines the diverse peoples of early European civilization through a series of 212 essays, presented in chronological order. Coverage includes prehistoric origins through the early Middle Ages (8000 B.C. to A.D. 1000).