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Journals and Logbooks of 19th Century American Sailing Ships

Within the G.W. Blunt White Library of Mystic Seaport is a digital library that contains, inter alia, selected journals and logbooks from a variety of ships. 57 more words

Naval History

The Royal Navy in Political Pamphlets

The 18th Century British Political Pamphlets Collection contains over 2200 titles, and more than a few of them pertain to some aspect of the Royal Navy. 105 more words

Naval History

Hitting a home run with primary source research using databases

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Much of student reflection/reaction was done as they lined up to leave the library, as 40 minutes wasn’t enough time (including 7min for check-out). 1,475 more words

School Library Lessons

The Spanish Armada That Succeeded

Many people think that the Spanish Armada of 1588 was the only fleet sent to harass England; it was one of more than a few, especially during the period of the… 198 more words

Naval History

Canada at 150 Conference

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This is a profile summary about my chosen ‘class’. More specifically, an Asian Canadian, British Columbian, Lower-socio-economic class. We will cover all of their experiences from 1929 to present day, focusing on Chinese Canadian relations and their development over the years.

Primary Sources

Developing a List of Digital Primary Sources

In development: a new listing of digital primary sources. “The April issue of the American Historical Review inaugurates a new listing of digital primary sources. 94 more words

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