Stony Brook University Libraries is offering a trial of the database British History Online until March 3, 2014.
- nineteenth-century Ordnance Survey maps
- journals of the House of Lords and House of Commons
- the Victoria County History of the counties of England
- the Survey of London from English Heritage
- calendars of state papers
- letters, diaries and more
British History Online is run by the Institute of Historical Research – the centre for the study of history in the UK – at the University of London. Our goal is to produce highly accurate digital versions of the core works of British history, as part of the Institute’s national role in historical research.
Highlights of the collection include:
- letters used as evidence against Mary, Queen of Scots, The Casket Letters, from the Calendar of State Papers for Scotland
- an architectural account of the Covent Garden Theatre and the Royal Opera House from the Survey of London
- the Bill of Rights from the Statutes of the Realm
- letters on the marriage of Katherine of Aragon from the Calendar of State Papers for Spain
- Titus Oates’s Narrative concerning the ‘Popish Plot’ from the House of Lords journal
Sources on local history can be found using an interactive, full-screen map.
The premium content consists of the Parliament Rolls of Medieval England (Edward I to Henry VII), all the volumes of the Calendar of State Papers, Domestic 1537-1714, the Calendars of State Papers for Scotland and Ireland, plus the Calendar of Close Rolls.
All 180 volumes are scanned and double re-keyed, with a guarantee of 99.9 per cent accuracy. This means that the search facility will be able to find all the content; none of it is hidden.
19th Century Collections Online (NCCO)
Database trial through March 13, 2014. Access 19th Century Collections Online.
- Nineteenth Century Collections Online Archive 1: British Politics and Society
- Nineteenth Century Collections Online Archive 2: Asia & West Diplomacy & Cultural Exchange
- Nineteenth Century Collections Online Archive 3: British TheatreNineteenth Century Collections Online Archive 4: Corvey Collection of European Literature
- Nineteenth Century Collections Online Archive 5: Europe and Africa
- Nineteenth Century Collections Online Archive 6: Photography
- Nineteenth Century Collections Online Archive 7: Science, Technology, and Medicine
- Nineteenth Century Collections Online Archive 8: Women
- Artemis Primary Sources
Stony Brook University Libraries is pleased to offer a trial of the database Thieme eNeurosurgery until May 15, 2014.
Thieme eNeurosurgery is the world’s most comprehensive resource for neurological and spine surgery online providing access to:
- Over 250 illustrated procedures, original to Thieme eNeurosurgery, providing step-by-step instruction on core techniques and approaches
- Access to Thieme’s entire neurosurgical E-Book library published from 2000 to-date and additional classical texts from the archives
- Author-narrated videos, embedded into the text and available to search independently
- More than 30,000 images for download and use in other applications, with legends and links to original sources
- Simultaneous search across the neurosurgery titles in Thieme’s E-Journal platform, as well as across all journals indexed in PubMed, with results given to the abstract level
Access Thieme eNeurosurgery here.
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