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Harper’s Weekly was the definitive newspaper of record for the latter part of the nineteenth century and early twentieth. It had broad national distribution and some international, a circulation that exceeded 100,000 and peaked at 300,000, and effective readership of at least half a million people.Harper's Weekly 1857–1912 from Alexander Street Press is the definitive version of the newspaper in electronic form.

 

Harper’s Weekly was the definitive newspaper of record for the latter part of the nineteenth century and early twentieth. It had broad national distribution and some international, a circulation that exceeded 100,000 and peaked at 300,000, and effective readership of at least half a million people.Harper's Weekly 1857–1912 from Alexander Street Press is the definitive version of the newspaper in electronic form.

 

EBSCO HEALTH SOURCE: CONSUMER EDITION provides information on many health topics including medical sciences, food sciences and nutrition, childcare, sports medicine and general health from over 190 journals. Includes the Clinical Reference Systems database.

 

EBSCO HEALTH SOURCE: NURSING/ACADEMIC provides nearly 600 scholarly full-text journals for the medical disciplines, abstracting and indexing for an additional 850 journals and is updated daily.

 

Historical Statistics of the United States is a compendium of statistics about United States. Originally published by the United States Census Bureau until 1975, it is now being published by Cambridge University Press.