More ProQuest Congressional

The Libraries have purchased the 1789-1969 Serial Set and Executive Branch Documents, 1789-1932 to add to our ProQuest Congressional collection. The complete Serial Set covers 1789-2013 and includes House and Senate committee reports. Executive Branch Documents is an annotated bibliography and full text of all documents listed in the Checklist of Public Documents 1789-1909, and updated from 1910-1932 with indexing by subjects, names, agency report numbers, and SuDocs Classification.

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New African American Music Reference

African American Music Reference from Alexander Street Press includes book chapters, essays, images and liner notes covering traditional African American blues, jazz, spirituals, civil rights songs, slave songs, minstrelsy, rhythm and blues, gospel and more. You can browse or search by musical genre, material type (biography, interview, artwork, etc.), people, subject, insturments and much more.

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ReferenceUSA Is Back

We’ve re-established our subscription to ReferenceUSA, a directory of Canadian and U.S. businesses and residential white pages, as well as U.S. health care providers, job listings and internships, and new businesses. You can also search for consumer lifestyle data, such as apparel, motor vehicles, pets, sports, travel and more, with limits for name, city, and state.

If you have questions about this resource, contact Mike Davis, Business Reference Librarian, at 413-545-6822.

More Comics!

The Libraries have added the second volume of Underground and Independent Comics from Alexander Street Press. Included in our two volumes are over 420 adult comic and graphic novel series and 1,900 books with interviews and critical essay. You can browse by characters, genres, publishers, series and subjects or search the extensive indexing of the content.

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New Oxford Bibliographies for Cinema & Media Studies and Communications

Oxford Bibliographies for Cinema & Media Studies and Communications provide introductions to subjects in each discipline and annotated citations for general overviews, reference works, journals, histories, interviews, biographies and more. You can browse by subject or search for keywords in citations, authors, sub-headings and sources.

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