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Search through hundreds of British periodicals from the late 17th century to the early 20th century, all available in full text. Also allows searching for cartoons, photographs, illustrations, and other images. Covers 1680 - 1930.
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Search through the full text of British, American, and Canadian literature, poetry, and drama, from the 7th century through the 20th century. Also includes audio versions of Shakespeare's plays.
A digital repository of hundreds of thousands of images. Documentation is included. Learn to use ARTstor better with tutorials on YouTube. NOTE: If you're having browser trouble with ARTstor, please see these troubleshooting tips.
Building on John Rocque's 1746 map of London, this site allows you to relate an eighteenth-century representation of the metropolis to the first accurate OS map of London (1869-80), and to a modern Google Maps environment.