History/Social Studies Database Options
Note: Databases do not require a password if used on campus; a username and password are required for use at home. You must come to the Media Center circulation desk for a complete list of usernames and passwords.
This comprehensive database covers 500 years of African American history.
This database is valuable to students because it provides numerous modes of historical information, such as timelines, primary source documents, and timelines.
This database provides information on more than 600 Native American groups/tribes.
This database covers all historical topics spanning from prehistory through the 1500s.
This database provides over 25,000 encyclopedia entries on a variety of topics.
This database provides current information on all branches of the military and government.
This database covers all history spanning from mid-15th century to present-day.
This database works well for any argumentative or research assignment. It provides pro/con stances on controversial topics with each search result. This may be especially useful if working on something in the political area.
This is an online encyclopedia. For work for your English classes, it is suggested you use the "Student" button to conduct any research.
This database provides a "profile" for every country in the world and presents information on each, such as biographies of famous people, current news, and maps and flags.
Media Center Info
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Media Center Phone: 973-470-2430