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Uncovering new information from rarely seen original documents is what drives historical scholars—but accessing and working with those sources can be time-consuming and expensive. Since microfilming the early book archives of the British Museum in 1938, ProQuest has played a pivotal role in preserving and unlocking primary sources for scholarly use. We’ve partnered with an extraordinary range of organizations to provide access to global collections with significant research value—resulting in one source for complete coverage from the Early Modern Period to present day.

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Public Petitions to Parliament, 1833-1918

Integrated fully with U.K. Parliamentary Papers, Public Petitions to Parliament, 1833-1918 shows how “the people” during the 19th century influenced Parliament on political, ecclesiastical, colonial, taxation, and many other topics relevant to Britain and Empire.

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Newsweek Archive is a key primary sources collection of Historical Periodicals spanning from the first issues and extends from the 20th century to the 21st century. Covering insights into contemporary issues and trends in history, news, international……

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ProQuest Dissertation and Theses Dissemination

ProQuest Dissertation and Theses Dissemination takes responsibility for preserving and disseminating graduate research for our university and college partners.…

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The O’Reilly for Public Libraries Complete subscription includes more than 45,000 books and 30,000 hours of video in areas such as information technology and software; business; digital media; professional and personal development; and desktop……

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Kris Rzepczynski Honored for Contributions to Genealogical Librarianship

A Lansing, Michigan librarian receives the 2020 William P. Filby Award for Genealogical Librarianship for decades of work across the U.S.

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New Video Series Explains Key Issues Relating to COVID-19

Watch, learn from and share these animated videos, which help make sense of what we know (and don’t know) about the novel coronavirus.

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