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This vast reservoir of affordable and wisely chosen on-line material makes possible a great leap forward in virtually any program in American history by speeding up the search process and by greatly expanding the range of easily accessible information.
What you have is one of the most important developments in early American research since microfilm.
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UNC libraries and their users consider Accessible Archives products to be important e-resources for supporting research in African American studies and on the history of the American South and, as a consequence, consistently have made their acquisition a priority.
When a student needed the exact date for Frederick Douglass’ speech ‘What the Black Man Wants,’ given at the 1865 annual meeting of the Mass. Anti-Slavery Society — was it before or after Lincoln’s assassination? – the only reference with the actual speech and date was Accessible Archives’ The Civil War. Thank you!
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