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December 16, 2007

Historical Statistics of the United States

All OhioLINK libraries now have access to the Historical Statistics of the United States.

Historical Statistics of the United States is the standard source for the quantitative facts of American history. HSUS provides data on social, behavioral, humanistic, and natural sciences including history, economics, government, finance, sociology, demography, education, law, natural resources, climate, religion, international migration, and trade - quantitative facts of American History. The fully searchable and downloadable electronic edition permits users to graph individual tables and create customized tables and spreadsheets reflecting their own particular areas of interest.
The Case community can also find it listed in the Research Databases list.

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December 08, 2007

Knovel Unit Converter

Knovel has added a unit converter to its collection of resources. It can be freely accessed by anyone, even nonsubscribers.

Unit Converter: www.knovel.com/unitconverter

Other free content is available for those that sign up.

Reminder:

For the Case community, the Kelvin Smith Library subscribes to Knovel content for your convenience.

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December 07, 2007

eHistory at OSU

Since 1995, eHistory has been maintained by The Ohio State University Department of History. The online collection includes primary sources, multimedia, book reviews, timelines, and many other sources of historical importance.

Want an example of the breadth of this collection. Here is one of the primary sources that was highlighted when I visited the site.

No serious study of the American Civil War is complete without consulting the Official Records. Affectionately known as the "OR", the 128 volumes of the Official Records provide the most comprehensive, authoritative, and voluminous reference on Civil War operations.
[VIA: The Scout Report, August 31, 2007]

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