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New and Trial Databases

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The cCommerce database provides detailed information for 20,000 stores in 50 countries. NOTE: Please note that when accessing market research reports from the "Reports" section, users will receive a message "Purchase study on" Please click on "Purchase study on," and you will get free access to the report. The Libraries has a subscription to and users are able to download the reports for free.
Black newspaper from Georgia that was the first in the US to publish a daily edition.
Black newspaper from Maryland that was the first to have correspondents reporting on World War II, foreign correspondents, and female sports correspondents.
Black newspaper from Ohio that played a prominent role in encouraging political participation, Black solidarity and self-reliance.
Black newspaper from California; the oldest and largest black newspaper in the West.
Black newspaper from Detroit that documents African American culture, history, politics, and the arts.
Black newspaper from New York that was the largest black community weekly in the United States. Contributors to the newspaper have included W. E. B. Du Bois, Roy Wilkins and Malcolm X.
Black newspaper from Virginia known for in depth research.
Black newspaper from Pennsylvania that is the oldest continuously published Black newspaper in the US.
Black newspaper from Pennsylvania that had a circulation of over 250,000 subscribers.
Newspaper from Dublin, Ireland published daily except Sundays.
Includes 14 Lippincott textbooks covering medicine and nursing practice, over 250 clinical video clips depicting ultrasound, airway management, and other procedures.
Includes 24 Lippincott textbooks covering core topics and subspecialties, over 250 clinical video clips, more than 2,500 multiple-choice self assessment questions addressing Neurology and subspecialty areas, 130 cases depicting common clinical situations.
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Archive that displays the artworks in the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art permanent collection.
Government reports, laws, legislative histories, ebooks and selected scholarly articles related to branches of the United States armed forces.
Use your UNLV email address to set up an academic pass and read the New York Times on their web site or via the NYTimes app. Sponsored by CSUN and the UNLV Libraries.

PQ Music & Performing Arts Collection
Screen Studies Collection
Art, Design & Architecture Collection
1865-1984, 1985-current
Full page images of the daily San Francisco Chronicle, Northern California's largest circulation newspaper, through 1984. Text of articles only after 1985.
From The National Archives, U.K., documents encompass signals intelligence reports and government-directed policy and strategy from the period of Appeasement right through to the early Cold War.
Journals, books, and primary source documents from government agencies of colonial and early post-colonial India, many from the Bengal region and some from the wider sub-continent. Also film booklets!
Archival records of each territory of the United States before statehood. Includes Native American negotiations and treaties, correspondence with federal agencies, military records, judicial proceedings, population details, financial statistics, land records, and more.
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