The American Civil War Research Database is the definitive online resource for researching the individuals, regiments, and battles of the American Civil War, with indexed, searchable information on 4.3 million soldiers and thousands of battles, together with 16,000 photographs. Use the database to examine the military record for each soldier. Trace the war effort, using critical statistics including average age, method of entry into and exit out of the military, war engagements, and associated loss and prisoner statistics.
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From early slave spirituals to modern movements in jazz, blues, and gospel, African American music has influenced the development of music worldwide. African American Music Reference is the first reference database to chronicle the rich history of this music through 1970. It brings together for the first time the most important reference texts in this subject area--including discographies and bibliographies--together with songsheets, images, and other print resources.
Covering jazz, blues, gospel, and other forms of African American musical expression, African American Music will bring 50,000 tracks of music to students, scholars, and patrons--the first online resource to document the history of African American music in sound. Identify the music and performances you want to hear, and then click to hear the music through speakers or headphones. African American Music may be purchased as a stand-alone resource, but it is part of the economical Music Online package as well.
For the first time ever, nearly two decades of television's most preeminent program are available online in one expansive streaming video resource. The 60 MINUTES: 1997-2014 collection from Alexander Street grants unprecedented access to the CBS News archives from this period, including many episodes not widely seen since their original broadcast. This entire collection is only available from Alexander Street for the library market.