Publication coverage: 1818 – 1970sTravel Writing, Spectacle and World History is a collection of digitized manuscripts, diaries, travel journals, correspondence, photographs, postcards, and ephemera created by American women travelers in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Publication coverage: 1779-1930Victorian Popular Culture is a collection of digitized primary sources depicting popular entertainment in Britain, the United States, and Europe in the 19th century and early 20th centuries.
Publication coverage: 1590-1790Provides a comprehensive record of the history of the Virginia Company of London, an English joint-stock company chartered to establish colonial settlements in North America.
Publication coverage: Digitized documents: 1903-1962 and Finding aid: Circa 18th century – 1990sWomen in the National Archives includes original documents related to the suffrage question in Britain, the Empire, and the colonial territories, along with a finding aid to women’s studies resources located in the National Archives (U.K.)
Publication coverage: 1829-2015Over 200 world’s fairs and exhibitions, spanning 1829-2015, are represented in this database that explores the phenomenon of international expositions.