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ProQuest's Expansion of History Vault Opens New Perspectives on Pivotal Eras in American History
ProQuest's Expansion of History Vault Opens New Perspectives on Pivotal Eras in American History

In 2013, ProQuest will open content that has been largely inaccessible to global researchers with a significant expansion of its acclaimed History Vault, a five-yea

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ProQuest’s Civil War Collection Honored by ACRL Choice
ProQuest’s Civil War Collection Honored by ACRL Choice

History Vault modules give researchers access to millions of primary-source, cross-searchable, full-text and full-image documents covering the most important and wi

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Did Oswald’s Extreme Political Views Lead to the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy?
Did Oswald’s Extreme Political Views Lead to the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy?

ProQuest History Vault includes recently declassified material relating to the Kennedy assassination.

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ProQuest History Vault Debuts
ProQuest History Vault Debuts

ProQuest is unlocking the rich, primary source material it acquired with University Publications of America (UPA) through a new digital archive called ProQuest Hist

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Why study social movements?
Why study social movements?

Discover resources that “spark new interest in how we got to where we are today, and how we might move forward to tomorrow.”

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The Hidden History of the Voter Education Project
The Hidden History of the Voter Education Project

The Hidden History of the Voter Education Project

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Edison’s Diaries, Lab Journals and Letters Now Available in ProQuest® History Vault
Edison’s Diaries, Lab Journals and Letters Now Available in ProQuest® History Vault

ProQuest and Rutgers University are teaming to make the University’s acclaimed Thomas A. Edison Papers more accessible to scholars and students around the world.

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History Vault’s newest 2014 modules
History Vault’s newest 2014 modules

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The Hidden History of the Voter Education Project
The Hidden History of the Voter Education Project

Historian Evan Faulkenbury talks about the shocking discovery made while doing research for his book Poll Power

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History Vault, Newspapers and More: New Primary Sources Content in 2019
History Vault, Newspapers and More: New Primary Sources Content in 2019

Content used by faculty and students has expanded beyond traditional academic journals to include video, ebooks – and primary sources.

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ProQuest’s Digitization of American Indian Records Opens Paths  for Exploring the Impact of Westward Expansion
ProQuest’s Digitization of American Indian Records Opens Paths for Exploring the Impact of Westward Expansion

36 new collections in American Indians and the American West, 1809-1971 join the expansive content in ProQuest® History Vault.

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ProQuest Empowers Researchers of 20th Century America with New Digital Collections
ProQuest Empowers Researchers of 20th Century America with New Digital Collections

ProQuest aims to improve outcomes of research on 20th century events by expanding its visionary ProQuest® History Vault collection.

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Private Papers of Robert E. Lee Go Online Via ProQuest
Private Papers of Robert E. Lee Go Online Via ProQuest

Robert E. Lee Papers, is the latest addition to ProQuest History Vault: Confederate Military Manuscripts and Records of Union Generals and the Union Army.

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New Collection Unveils Digitized Records of Historical Police Brutality and Discrimination
New Collection Unveils Digitized Records of Historical Police Brutality and Discrimination

A new collaboration between ProQuest and the Chicago History Museum has digitized a wealth of valuable records from the African American Police League.

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What Did the CIA Really Know About the JFK Assassination?
What Did the CIA Really Know About the JFK Assassination?

The release of secret documents fuels the research passions of history buffs, scholars and conspiracy theorists.

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