This collection provides primary source documents on the frontiers of North America, Africa, and Australasia from archives around the world, including Canada’s Glenbow Museum and Hudson Bay’s Archive. There are approximately 250,000 images and 8,000 documents in the collection, covering the themes of frontier existence including: Settlement development, Law and order, Violence, Expeditions and exploration, Relations with Indigenous peoples, Trade and commerce, Death and disease, Missionaries and religion, Women’s history, Military matters, Mining, Religion, Gold rushes, Settler governance, Contested boundaries, and Agriculture and livestock.
On trial until December 31, 2017. LE is an authoritative reference work about literary and cultural history. Articles are written by scholars in higher education institutions and the resource contains integrated features such as author life-chronologies, customisable timelines, thematic or course-oriented bookshelves, related article clusters, and critical bibliographies.
An extensive library of musical scores. Trial available until November 30, 2017.
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