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Accessible Archives Inc. and Ship Index Drop Anchor with Linking Project

Malvern, PA (June 14, 2011) – Accessible Archives, Inc., an electronic publisher of primary source historical databases, has signed an agreement with ShipIndex.org to create links between their databases. The links will take users directly from a reference in ShipIndex.org to a newspaper article from Accessible Archives. Thousands of links are now available for ShipIndex.org subscription customers. Accessible Archives customers will see the full text with one click.

Painstaking research was involved, but project participants enlisted the help of licensing and technology experts atUnlimited Priorities Corporation®, the exclusive sales and marketing agent for Accessible Archives.



Accessible Archives 3.0 Delivers Search Upgrades And Major Enhancements

Relevancy Ranking, One-Step Search for County Histories, E-Book Browsing, and More

Malvern, PA (June 21, 2010) – Accessible Archives, Inc., a publisher of full-text electronic history databases featuring primary sources – is in the final stages of testing a significant upgrade to its user interface. E-book features are a key part of the release, which also includes new and exciting enhancements to the search, browse, and results display capabilities. Designed to provide users with an easy-to-navigate experience, the new features are especially evident when exploring Civil War e-books that recently have been digitized. Accessible Archives markets these and other collections of American primary sources to academic and public libraries.

Accessible Archives 3.0 is the latest in a series of major upgrades to the search interface. Librarians from Brigham Young University and Purdue University are helping Accessible Archives benchmark the release in accordance with the firm’s goal of involving the library community in all upgrades.



Accessible Archives Announces Ex Libris Primo Central Agreement

Malvern, PA (June 1, 2010) – Accessible Archives, Inc., a publisher of electronic full-text searchable historical databases, has signed an agreement to make its content available through Primo Central, the Ex Libris Groupmega-aggregate of scholarly materials.

Accessible Archives’ compilations provide in-depth access to primary materials found in colonial newspapers, Civil War books & newspapers, African American newspapers, county histories and Godey’s Lady’s Book. Developed by dedicated instructors and students of Americana, the databases make the content come to life through the inclusion of full page images and use of the latest technology.