Find birth, marriage, and death records, as well as military records and more from Ancestry Library Edition, the largest general collection of genealogical information. Note: This resource is usually only available on-site, but has been made temporarily available by the vendor with a library card number and PIN.
Historic newspapers digitized by the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records. Read newspapers from the state of Arizona published between 1859 and 1922. Statewide Access, opens a new window.
An essential database for Arizona research. Find microfilmed copies of birth certificates from 1855-1939 and death certificates from 1870-1964.
A digital data repository for the state of Arizona. Find varying kinds of documents, including maps and historic documents, created and maintained by the Arizona Geological Survey.
This free resource from ProQuest collects freely available source materials about the African American struggle for civil and human rights in the United States, collected into separate time periods. Pieces include historical newspaper articles, pamphlets, diaries, correspondence and more.
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With Chronicling America, you can search America's historic newspapers from 1836–1922 or find information about American newspapers published from 1690 to today.
Photographs, books, maps, news footage, oral histories, personal letters, museum objects, artwork, government documents, and so much more—free and immediately available in digital format. Cultural institutions from around the US contribute to the collection. Watch a tutorial via Niche Academy, opens a new window.
Founded in a partnership between Harvard and MIT, edX offers a wide variety of free online courses from many different universities.
While treaties between Indigenous peoples and the United States affect virtually every area in the USA, there is as yet no official list of all the treaties. The US National Archives holds 374 of the treaties, where they are known as the Ratified Indian Treaties. View these original documents spanning over 100 years.
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Discover hundreds of motion pictures in the Library Of Congress's newly digital collection. The National Screening Room showcases the riches of the Library’s vast moving image collection, designed to make otherwise unavailable movies, both copyrighted and in the public domain, freely accessible to the viewers worldwide.
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Travel back in time right into the thick of the action, with news and articles on military history from every country and era. Available in EBSCO MasterFILE Complete.
Find documents, photos, and records to explore American history and your family history, or search for veterans' military service information.
Open Arizona is a collection of freely available University of Arizona Press titles that have previously been out of print, as well as contemporary essays related to some of the works. The titles emphasize the relevance of the southwestern United States to understanding contemporary American life.
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