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1980s Culture and Society This link opens in a new window Contains a wide variety of material from the US, UK, Australia and Canada. Includes newspapers and zines from grassroots organisations and under-represented groups, newsletters, films, photographs as well as some government papers. The resource aims to show the key social, cultural, and political concerns of the decade.
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BBC Monitoring: Summary of World Broadcasts, Series 1-4 This link opens in a new window Contains transcripts of global radio and television broadcasts, transcribed, translated, then summarised and curated by the BBC Monitoring service. The service was originally intended to gather open-source intelligence to help Britain and its allies understand global dynamics and assess emerging global threats. The daily reports often included commentary and evaluation by subject matter experts, as well as synopses and specialist briefings. Covers 1939-2001. Scanned documents with OCR text.
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Native American Tribal Histories: Series 1-4 This link opens in a new window Contains the records of regional superintendents from the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs and their agents, who worked directly with tribal leaders, settlers, and traders. Access is to all 4 sections, which covers areas across the United States. The period covered is 1813-1880 and includes letters, reports, communications from tribal leaders, treaties, registries and notes from curators at the U.S. National Archives. Scanned images and OCR text.
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Women’s Voices and Life Writing This link opens in a new window Women’s Voices and Life Writing, 1600-1968 brings together diaries and oral histories for the study of the lives and experiences of less well-known women, told through their own words. Featuring content from both regional and national archives across the UK and Ireland, users can explore the life course of hundreds of individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds.
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