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ABC-CLIO’s 15 subject-specific Solutions curriculum resources provide authoritative coverage of essential topics in U.S. history and government, world history, geography, and a range of multicultural and popular culture subjects. Each product includes three innovative components:

  • A comprehensive reference library
  • A textbook updated daily by a team of subject-specific editorial experts
  • A deep collection of model commentaries/perspectives—unique to ABC-CLIO!

Updated daily with vetted, authoritative content, ABC-CLIO Solutions provides the most up-to-date information for research. With over 230,000 primary and secondary source documents, audio, video, maps, images, facts and figures, timelines, and glossaries, this product enables patrons to achieve their research goals. All Solutions products are aligned to state standards as well as designed to support Common Core. Access is available 24/7—from anywhere, anytime, on any device. Available in both academic and school versions Every database contains:

  • Award-winning, authoritative content updated daily by subject-specific editorial teams and fully aligned to state and Common Core State Standards
  • More than 1 million primary and secondary sources, including images, audio recordings, video clips, government documents, maps, facts and figures, timelines, and glossaries
  • Advanced search to help patrons easily find what they need across all databases
  • Chronologically and thematically organized lessons with activities and discussion questions to promote complete understanding
  • A deep collection of model commentaries from noted scholars designed to foster critical thinking stimulated by exposure to varying points of view
  • Breaking news and analysis of current events, feature stories, and engaging daily activities
  • Suggested reading lists for more in-depth research
  • Easy export features
  • CLIO View, unique to ABC-CLIO, an integrated toolkit that creates custom graphs for easy data analysis

NEW AWARDS: American Government

  • 2013 CODiE Award Winner - Best Social Sciences Instructional Solution — SIIA

American Indian Experience

  • 2013 BESSIE Award Winner – Best Educational Software–ComputEd Gazette

Latino American Experience

  • 2014 BESSIE Award Winner - Best Latin American Studies Website–ComputEd Gazette
  • 2013 CODiE Award Finalist - Best Education Reference Solution–SIIA

Modern Genocide

  • 2014 BESSIE Award Winner – Best High School Social Studies Website–ComputEd Gazette
  • 2013 EDDIE Award Winner - Best High School Social Studies Website–ComputEd Gazette

Pop Culture Universe

  • Library Journal Best Databases, 2013 – Runner Up, Best Original Content

World Religions

  • 2013 EDDIE Award Winner - Best Multi-Level Social Studies Website–ComputEd Gazette

  ABC CLIO: American Government American Government is a superb resource covering the fundamentals of American government. Available in both academic and school versions, American Government connects contemporary issues with the foundations of government and compares the political and economic systems of the United States with those of other countries. Users can learn through a wealth of short biographies, videos, quotes and primary source documents. This database provides authoritative information, while also moving patrons toward active, informed, thoughtful citizenship. Designed to support student patrons: To meet the needs of curricular standards for American Government courses, this database is aligned with major textbooks as well as state-specific standards and Common Core. In addition, curricular elements are organized by topic, including the three branches of government, rights and liberties, as well as local, state, national and international systems. This essential resource supports student patrons in researching the history and workings of the U.S. government, from George Washington to the current administration and includes current events coverage that provides trustworthy, unbiased information. Content and Features include:

  • More than 20,000 primary and secondary sources, including documents, images, maps, and audio/video recordings
  • More than 2,200 biographies of key figures in government and contemporary politics, including current and past presents, Supreme Court justices, governors, senators, and representatives
  • Activities on such fundamental concepts as "Origins of U.S. Political Parties," "How a Bill Becomes a Law," and "Mass Media and Politics" that invite learners to examine issues from all angles
  • "Analyze" section to help develop critical thinking skills by posing questions such as "Are civilian courts an effective avenue for trying suspected terrorists?"

Awards include:

  • 2013 Best Social Sciences Instructional Solution (CODiE) - SIIA
  • 2012 Education Software Review Award (EDDIE) - ComputEd Gazette
  • 2011 Best Education Software Award (BESSIE) - ComputEd Gazette
  • 2008 Award of Excellence - Tech and Learning
  • 2008 Education Software Review Award (EDDIE) - ComputEd Gazette
  • 2008 Best Education Software Award (BESSIE) - ComputEd Gazette

Back to top ABC CLIO: American History American History is an excellent resource covering all the bases of American history. From the earliest explorers of the Americas to today's headlines, this resource investigates the people, events and themes of our nation's evolution. Available in both academic and school versions, American History moves student researchers beyond the simple memorizing of names and dates toward a deeper understanding of America's fascinating, complex story including its earliest origins, westward expansion, social movements, internal conflicts, and defining moments. A database to enhance the exploration of American history Integrating American politics, science, culture, philosophy, and economics, this authoritative database explores the ongoing development of the United States. Aligned with major textbooks and research-driven best practices, American History offers a uniquely complete American history library collection and also serves as a dependable online resource for research-ready reference, projects and exam preparation. Created in collaboration with scholars, educators, and librarians, American History provides patrons with citation information at their fingertips and a highly visual and engaging interface. Content Includes:

  • More than 16,000 primary and secondary sources, including photos, government documents, maps, and audio/video clips
  • More than 100 topical overviews and 3,500 biographies of famous figures
  • Chronologically and thematically organized content, linking reference, curriculum, and analysis of current events
  • Support for different learning and researching styles using a variety of approaches to American history
  • Examinations of the connections between past and future events, with special coverage of issues of continuing relevance

Awards include:

  • 2011 Best Education Software Award (BESSIE) - ComputEd Gazette
  • 2011 Education Software Review Award (EDDIE) - ComputEd Gazette
  • 2008 Award of Excellence - Tech and Learning
  • 2008 Education Software Review Award (EDDIE) - ComputEd Gazette
  • 2008 Best Education Software Award (BESSIE) - ComputEd Gazette

Back to top ABC CLIO: The American Mosaic: African American Experience The American Mosaic: African American Experience is a wide-ranging collection of African American history and culture. It gives voice to the African American experience from its African origins to the present day. Rich content that stimulates critical thinking Available in both academic and school versions, The American Mosaic: African American Experience covers history, biographies, literature, arts, music, popular culture, folklore, business, slavery, the struggle for civil rights, politics, sports, education, science, medicine, and more. Topics include Africans in Colonial North America, the Rise of Jim Crow, and the Black Power Movement. Developed by African-American librarians and subject specialists and organized by era, this vast and accessible database covers the topic of African American history and its relation to U.S. history through published articles, essays, objects and artifacts, ideas and movements, images, documents, and other historical and culturally valuable sources. The database also includes an "Analyze" section which poses key questions to stimulate critical thinking. Content Includes:

  • Nearly 8,000 primary and secondary sources, including overview essays, biographies, slave narratives, speeches, court cases, quotations and more
  • More than 50 topical overviews and nearly 1,000 biographies of such famous political and social figures as W.E.B. DuBois, Barack Obama, Frederick Douglass, and Mary McLeod Bethune as well as fascinating contemporary figures such as Amiri Baraka, Muhammad Ali, and Oprah Winfrey
  • Fourteen “era” designations from the year 500 to the present
  • More than 40 transcript excerpts, which provide the user with a birds-eye view of the Civil Rights Movement
  • Basic and advanced search options to return the most relevant results

Awards include:

  • 2012 Education Software Review Award (EDDIE) - ComputEd Gazette

Back to top ABC CLIO: The American Mosaic: American Indian Experience The American Mosaic: American Indian Experience provides in-depth historical accounts and cultural information about the indigenous peoples of North America. Available in both academic and school versions, this online collection includes reference content, hundreds of primary source documents, thousands of images, and easy-to-use search and browse features to facilitate research at every level. This indispensable resource highlights areas ranging from the Inuit of Alaska to the Seminole of Florida, and covers the time period of pre-contact through the colonial era and into the 21st century. The American Mosaic: American Indian Experience was designed, developed, and indexed under the guidance of Loriene Roy, the first Native American President of the American Library Association, and a team of American Indian librarians and scholars. Content Includes:

  • Hundreds of primary source documents and media, including treaties, speeches, captivity narratives, traditional stories, and a wealth of maps, photographs, and video
  • Topic Guides designed to spark classroom discussion and research
  • "This Day in American Indian History" feature with 180-page timeline, searchable by keyword and time period
  • Tribal Communities Resource with at-a-glance and in-depth information on more than 500 American Indian nations
  • Faceted searching for fast and powerful refinement of results
  • Ongoing content updates throughout the year—at no additional cost

Awards include:

  • 2013 Best Educational Software Award (BESSIE) - ComputEd Gazette
  • 2009 Outstanding Academic Title - Choice

Back to top ABC CLIO: The American Mosaic: Latino American Experience The American Mosaic: Latino American Experience is the Premier online resource covering the history and culture of Latinos The American Mosaic: Latino American Experience is the first-ever online resource dedicated to the history and culture of Latinos—the largest minority group in the United States. An indispensable research and discussion tool Available in both academic and school versions, this resource provides learners with far more than history lessons with facts and figures. It tells of the Latino experience first-hand, through the voices of Latino authors and contributors. Featuring more than 200 volumes of unique content, the database includes hundreds of primary source documents like maps, images, audio clips, interviews, music files, speeches, documents, links to relevant websites and other material. A collection of primary sources on the Chicano Movement feature vibrant art work in such media forms as murals, poster art, and silk screens; landmark documents capturing key moments in Chicano history; and a compelling body of Teatro Campesino play scripts, including the award-winning production, Zoot Suit. Users can customize their searches by events, ideas and movements, places and individuals. They can also search by era or browse "The Idea Exchange." With content in English and Spanish, this premier online resource is truly a virtual library on Latino culture. Features Include:

  • Primary sources and rich contextual reference entries on visual art, literature, music, and individuals of the Chicano Movement
  • Nearly 5,000 primary and secondary sources, including overview essays, biographies, bracero oral histories, speeches, court cases, quotations, and more
  • More than 45 topical overviews and more than 700 biographies of famous political and social figures such as Simón Bolívar, David Farragut, Rita Hayworth, Sonia Sotomayor, and many more
  • Faceted searching for fast and powerful refinement of search results
  • Ongoing content updates enrich the site throughout the year—at no additional cost

Awards include:

  • 2014 Best Latin American Studies Website Award (BESSIE) - ComputEd Gazette
  • 2013 Best Education Reference Solution Award Finalist (CODiE) - ComputEd Gazette

Back to top ABC CLIO: Daily Life Through History Daily Life Through History is a dynamic cross-disciplinary database supporting research in American history and literature. Researchers can discover details about past eras that make historical accounts relevant and meaningful from their modern-day perspectives. What did people eat, wear, or use? What did they hope for, laugh about, or sing? These are the kinds of questions inquisitive researchers of history ask. A truly unique landmark reference product, Daily Life through History explores ordinary life through time and across the globe, bringing the past to life through details and insights that turn flat descriptions of historical characters into real, “just like me” human beings. Available in both academic and school versions, this database ties closely to national curricula and standards, and is an outstanding, cross-disciplinary resource for examining historical topics such as food and cooking, celebrations, clothes, romance, work, religion, housing, language, and social customs. Content Includes:

  • Nearly 6,000 primary and secondary sources, including overview essays, cultural documents, photos, maps, audio/video clips, and statistics
  • More than 200 historical recipes from around the world
  • Information from more than 75 Greenwood single- and multi-volume reference works
  • “Analyze” sections that pose intriguing questions, offer various viewpoints on each topic, and encourage patrons to form their own opinions
  • Educational resources for grades 9-12 that are fully correlated to state and National Council for Social Studies standards

Back to top ABC CLIO: Issues: Understanding Controversy and Society Issues: Understanding Controversy and Society is an in-depth resource for today’s most significant social issues. News sound bites and traditional databases often merely scratch the surface of the most important issues of our time. Issues: Understanding Controversy and Society helps patrons develop an in-depth understanding of how society shapes and is shaped by controversy. Produced with the input of leading educators and available in both academic and school versions, this database features authoritative historical context, expert perspectives, and carefully selected primary and secondary sources on the most enduring, significant, and timely issues. Wide Variety of Tools to Facilitate Learning The easy-to-use interface is designed to lead researchers through the complexities of a wide variety of challenges facing the United States and the world beyond. Issues: Understanding Controversy and Society offers many tools that enable patrons to conduct deep research into historical and modern dilemmas, including: Investigate Controversial Topics: This rich online resource helps users investigate controversial topics by framing thoughtful questions, revealing the background story behind the issues and providing scholars' perspectives and analyses, allowing patrons to formulate educated opinions on hotly debated "gray area" subjects. Primary Source Features: A wide variety of primary sources provides historical context for the issues, including President Lyndon Johnson’s Voting Rights speech, opinions of court cases (such as Gitlow v. New York, 1925), thousands of images, and hundreds of audio and visual files, including animation of the Indonesian tsunami of 2004. Content Includes:

  • 8,000 diverse entries and a carefully edited collection of primary sources, including speeches, transcripts of court cases
  • More than 4,000 images and audio and visual files
  • A complete historical background and the contemporary status of each issue, providing supporting facts, figures, and timelines

Back to top ABC CLIO: Modern Genocide Modern Genocide is the definitive resource covering sensitive topics of genocide. Modern Genocide: Understanding Causes and Consequences presents the historical, social, religious, political, and economic factors that have resulted in genocide. Users will come to understand the price of prejudice, racism and stereotyping, and the role and responsibility of individual citizens and how their actions (or inactions) can impact these issues. In-Depth Coverage This database contains hundreds of reference items covering individuals, events, organizations and places related to genocide. The content also examines the denial movements related to particular genocides, the role of propaganda in persuading the public to participate in genocide, and other mass killings and massacres not considered genocide by UN standards. In addition, this resource includes primary sources covering human and civil rights issues and presenting the history and events of each genocide. These primary sources illustrate the process and outcome of genocide through memoirs, narratives, domestic and international legal documents, and first-hand accounts depicting the impact of destruction on societies and individuals. Available in both academic and school versions, this invaluable resource can be used as a springboard for the research and exploration of human and civil rights issues. Content Includes:

  • In-depth coverage of 10 different genocides using "Eight Stages of Genocide" framework by Gregory Stanton, president of Genocide Watch
  • More than 1,200 reference items covering important individuals, events, organizations, and places related to genocide
  • 300 primary sources, including photographs, maps and videos
  • Feature stories that connect current events with historical reference
  • Authoritative material written by 100 contributors, overseen by an expert advisory board
  • Numerous activities created by Sara Cohan, director of the Genocide Education Project, that guide patrons through sensitive material

Awards include:

  • 2014 Best High School Social Studies Website Award (BESSIE) - ComputEd Gazette
  • 2014 Best Education Reference Solution Award Finalist (CODiE) - SIIA
  • 2013 Best High School Social Studies Website Award (EDDIE) - ComputEd Gazette

Back to top ABC CLIO: Pop Culture Universe: Icons, Idols, and Ideas Pop Culture Universe: Icons, Idols, and Ideas is the first scholarly electronic reference resource to focus on popular culture. Pop Culture Universe: Icons, Idols, Ideas is an irresistible yet authoritative online resource that covers popular culture in America, both past and present—in a package as dynamic as the topic it covers. Built on hundreds of award-winning titles for all levels of researchers, Pop Culture Universe provides a safe haven for investigating topics that appeal to patrons—without the bias, advertising, suggestive content, or questionable authorship of commercial or fan sites. School and Library Integration More and more, professors and librarians are using elements of pop culture (film, television, music, technology, sports, etc.) in their classroom and research activities. Available in both academic and school versions, Pop Culture Universe harnesses the universal appeal of pop culture and history to engage young minds, promote information literacy, and greatly enrich and modernize any school or public library. The database provides more than 300 volumes of authoritative, published content—thousands of articles fully indexed by a team of librarians and subject specialists. Content is vetted, regularly checked, and regularly updated, and new content is added yearly. Highlights Include:

  • Decades pages that provide fun and informative overviews of pop cultures through the decades, including movies, TV shows, awards, box office stars, fads, fashion, news items, etc.
  • Stories section that offers informative, at-a-glance articles focused on describing major events and trends in pop culture from the 1900s to the present, from the Gibson Girls of the Gilded Age to the social media of the 2000s
  • Analyze section that guides users through the hot topics and key questions in pop culture, from advertising in 1950s America to the effects of rapidly changing technology on our communities
  • Skills Center that provides proprietary research tutors and wizard to help researchers sharpen their skills. Also provides lesson plans and a reading room featuring full text professional titles from Libraries Unlimited

Content Includes:

  • Expanded "Decades" pages, each with an overview essay followed by 14 subject-specific essays that coincide with the 14 content subjects found on the Advanced Search page
  • More than 3,500 entries adapted, updated, and re-edited from award-winning content from ABC-CLIO, Greenwood, and Praeger books
  • Hundreds of photos and images capturing all aspects of pop culture
  • Ongoing updates throughout the year—at no additional cost

Awards include:

  • 2013 Best Databases Runner Up for Best Original Content - Library Journal

Back to top ABC CLIO: United States Geography United States Geography is a dynamic tool for authoritative geography research. This interactive database offers librarians and patrons a combination of authoritative research sources, standards-aligned lessons and activities, and engaging current events features on all 50 U.S. states. Engaging, Interactive and Informative United States Geography provides award-winning information in an engaging, visual format that helps patrons gain a deeper understanding of the places and people that make up the United States. Whether their research requires focusing on an individual state or the nation as a whole, this database has been created in collaboration with scholars, educators, and librarians to meet every patron's state geography needs. With advanced search functionality, and other interactive features, users can access valuable additional content such as biographies of important political and cultural icons, contemporary and historic Americans, and environmental figures. Content Includes:

  • More than 19,000 primary and secondary sources and overviews of all 50 U.S. states, providing a portrait of each state's environment, history, government, and economy
  • Nearly 200 maps, including political and topographical maps of each state
  • 700 biographies of important political and cultural figures, contemporary and historic Native Americans, and environmental figures
  • Easy access to thousands of entries and continually updated information
  • A highly visual interface designed to engage researchers and meet the needs of different patrons by offering multiple ways to search an extensive collection
  • Analysis of significant dilemmas, such as "To what extent should the federal government preserve or conserve natural resources?"
  • CLIO View, unique to ABC-CLIO, an integrated toolkit that creates custom graphs for easy data analysis

Back to top ABC CLIO: World Geography: Understanding a Changing World World Geography: Understanding a Changing World develops patrons' global literacy. This educational resource develops patrons' global literacy, focusing on the geographic, political, social, economic, and cultural forces that influence our world. Available in academic and school versions, this unique resource offers patrons the ability to research by region, category, and country and make demographic comparisons among each. By emphasizing the unique characteristics of the world's nations and people, World Geography: Understanding a Changing World seeks to help patrons become more informed citizens. Enhance Understanding with Research Enrichment Through specialized sections like Overview and Analyze, as well as an Advanced Search feature, researchers will learn about country-specific holidays and celebrations and read balanced feature stories that offer an in-depth look at international issues such as illiteracy, population growth, common currency, natural resources, GDP per capita, and more. Content Includes:

  • More than 500 maps, including political and topographical by country and world region
  • More than 1,700 biographies of important political and cultural figures
  • More than 200 country overviews, each providing a portrait of the nation’s location, people, culture, political history, and economy
  • Primary and secondary sources, including noteworthy speeches and recipes
  • An Analyze section that offers historical inquiry lesson focused on key global-political questions
  • In-depth stories on relevant issues across the world today

Awards include:

  • 2011 Education Software Review Award (EDDIE) - ComputEd Gazette

Back to top ABC CLIO: World History Ancient and Medieval Eras World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras empowers patrons to explore history in every corner of the globe. Ranging from the dawn of prehistory, through the great ancient empires, to the beginning of the Renaissance, this unique online resource explores history in every corner of the globe. Created in collaboration with prominent historians, World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras goes beyond the facts with tools and resources to help patrons develop a deeper understanding of history and learn how to relate the events of the distant past to the ongoing development of human history. Enhance understanding with primary sources Overviews and activities are enhanced with thousands of authoritative primary and secondary sources, in-depth explorations, and profiles of city-states, countries, and regions of the ancient world. Available in both academic and school versions, the database offers worldwide perspectives on topics ranging beyond Western civilization to ancient Africa, the Islamic world, and the East. Content Includes:

  • More than 8,500 primary and secondary sources, including selections from the Code of Hammurabi, the Edict of Milan, and Marcus Aurelius’s The Meditations
  • More than 1,500 biographies of important figures such as Alexander the Great, Confucius, William the Conqueror and Eleanor of Aquitaine
  • Era Stories, such as Athens and Sparta, Alexander's Legacy, The Mongol Empire, and The Black Death
  • An "Analyze" section that prompts inquisitive critical thinking by presenting intriguing questions
  • Regularly updated feature stories that draw connections between the history being made today and its ancient and medieval origins

Back to top ABC CLIO: World History: The Modern Era World History: The Modern Era is the gold standard for online historical reference tools. From crises in the Middle East to civil strife across Africa to communism in China, South Korea, and Cuba, we live in a world where current conflicts have deep historical roots. World History: The Modern Era is a comprehensive electronic library of historical reference materials and interactive curricular units plus tools for enhancing discussions, creating research lists, developing activities, and addressing patrons’ different learning styles. Thematic content World History: The Modern Era covers a broad range of topics including the evolution of modern Europe; concurrent developments in Asia, Africa, and the Islamic world; the global impact of the Industrial Revolution; and the last 100 years of conflicts and international cooperation. Organized chronologically and thematically, World History: The Modern Era is a valuable research tool that can serve as a study aid for student patrons’ test preparation or as the sole content for an exploration of world history. This database is available in both academic and school versions. Content Includes:

  • More than 7,300 primary sources, including treaties and proclamations, speeches, newsreel footage, biographies, and photographs
  • More than 80 era explorations and numerous interactive study and teaching tools
  • More than 250 country overviews of nations from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, including important nation-states of the past such as Bohemia and Westphalia
  • In-depth coverage of the history of all regions of the world from 1500 to the present, aligned to curriculum guidelines
  • An Analyze section specifically designed to engage young minds and provide instructors with the necessary tools for lively, historical inquiry lessons

Back to top ABC CLIO: World Religions: Belief, Culture, and Controversy World Religions: Belief, Culture, and Controversy contains dynamic resources that cover religions across the globe. World Religions: Belief, Culture and Controversy is a comprehensive reference resource that makes research on faith and belief across humanity easier and enables a deeper understanding of the complex issues facing us in the 21st century. Available in both academic and school versions, World Religions: Belief, Culture and Controversy contains thousands of authoritative reference items from leading experts, all specifically written to enhance patrons’ research and understanding. Engaging scholarly essays present multiple perspectives on enduring dilemmas to provide models of sound critical thinking. Topics include matters of belief, practice, celebrations, and holidays; important individuals and events; significant and sacred places; and much more. The advisor for this collection of dynamic, regularly updated content is J. Gordon Melton, PhD, author of more than 40 scholarly texts and reference books on the topic of religion, and a Distinguished Senior Fellow of the Institute for Religious Studies at Baylor University in Texas. Content Includes:

  • More than 50 religion overviews covering topics such as agnosticism, Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, Judaism, and Shinto
  • Extensive reference entries on religion in every country, including statistics on the number of followers of various beliefs in the past, present, and projections for the future
  • Thousands of primary sources, including images, videos, and documents
  • Regularly updated feature stories that examine the role of religion in current events
  • New reference content added daily
  • Peer-reviewed essays on long-standing or current debates that allow readers to examine and learn from professional scholars in the field of religion
  • User-friendly interface and faceted searching for fast and powerful refinement of search results

Awards include:

  • 2013 Best Multi-Level Social Studies Website (EDDIE) - ComputEd Gazette
  • 2012 Best Education Reference Solutions Award (CODiE) - SIIA
  • 2012 Best Education Software Award, World Religions Website (BESSIE) - ComputEd Gazette

Back to top ABC CLIO: World at War: Understanding Conflict and Society World at War: Understanding Conflict and Society develops a deeper, critical appreciation for the history of war. Whether they are investigating how the peace of World War I led to World War II or comparing U.S. involvement in Southeast Asia with the Iraq War, World at War: Understanding Conflict and Society helps patrons develop a deeper critical understanding of conflict. War is a turning point, changing the lives of leaders as well as ordinary families and citizens. Whether fighting for independence, forging alliances, or defeating a global threat, history is shaped when nations go to war. The balanced, expert analysis found in this database models good historical thinking on conflict periods that have defined our world from its earliest beginnings to today, helping researchers draw connections between past and present events. Enhance Understanding with Primary Sources Complete with overviews of more than 30 wars, World at War: Understanding Conflict and Society includes timelines, causes and consequences, portraits of opponents, and links to supporting facts and figures. Researchers can draw from more than 8,000 primary sources, like photos, maps, personal accounts, and video and audio clips. The database is available in both academic and school versions. Content Includes:

  • Complete overviews of 30 wars with timelines, causes and consequences, portraits of opponents, and links to supporting facts, figures and primary sources
  • More than 8,000 reference entries on important places, events, movements, ideas, artifacts, and organizations
  • More than 10,000 primary sources, including photos, maps, personal accounts, and video and audio clips
  • An "Analyze" section to support inquiry into historical dilemmas through pre-populated, probing questions

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