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Simultaneously searches hundreds of our subscribed databases, presenting a unified results list with powerful filtering tools.
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Collections of traditional and excavated ancient (up to the 6th century AD) Chinese texts, produced by the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  • Requires UCLA authentication
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Original correspondence between the British government and the governments of the American colonies, from 1606 to 1822. (The content is being published online in stages, and will not be complete until 2019,)
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Contains geographical works known as "gazetteers," dating from the Qin dynasty until the Republic era. Gazetteers included are grouped by type such as temples and mountains, as well as by jurisdiction.
  • Requires UCLA authentication
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A web-based platform that provides online access to geospatial data, hosting many terabytes of vector data, raster data, and digital maps. The VPN is recommended for off-campus access to this resource.
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British Foreign Office files dealing with the Middle East in the 1970s. Includes diplomatic correspondence, minutes, reports, political summaries, and personality profiles addressing the policies, economies, political relationships, and significant events of every major Middle East power.
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"A global history of expositions." Official records, monographs, publicity, artwork, and artifacts from world's fairs, from the Crystal Palace in 1851 to twenty-first century expos.
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