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Just a reminder there are only 5 more business days to register and attend the below presentation by GALE Cengage:

Gale -- ArchivesUnboundWhen: Wednesday, March 10, 2010Time: 9:30 AM or 1:30 PMWhere: Library of Congress, Adams Bldg., 2nd and Independence Ave, SE, FLICC / FEDLINK Training Room, 2nd Floor, RM 216Registration: Please e-mail Jim Oliver,  [log in to unmask], to register for either session. Please include phone number, and agency affiliation.  All attendees will receive a free 28-day trial to Archives Unbound!Access the rare primary source material you need in a cross-searchable digital format. 
Introducing Archives Unbound - a vast new resource of topically-focused digital collections of historical documents that support the research and study needs of your researchers. Specifically developed to address the needs of libraries, Archives Unbound is unique not only for its expansive, multi-use content but also for the distinct new intuitive search platform by which you access it. 
Developed in response to users' requests, Archives Unbound offers unprecedented access to highly targeted, specialized collections. It delivers just what you need...
...For your users:intuitive searches that yield organized results highlighted keywords to facilitate research maximum flexibility and accessibility for the 24-hour researcher 
...For your collection:subject-specific archives to support multi-disciplinary research in history, political science, hard science, ethnic studies and more quickly produced so you can always look forward to new collections cost-effective at 5,000 to 200,000 pages per collection  
Source institutions include those you trust most: the U.S. National Archives, presidential libraries, Library of Congress and prestigious college and university libraries.  Alexander III and the Policy of "Russification," 1883-1886
This collection, as seen through the eyes of the British diplomatic corps in Russia, provides a unique analysis of the "retro-reform" policy. Details >> East Germany from Stalinization to the New Economic Policy, 1950-1963
Through instructions and dispatches to and from U.S. diplomatic and consular personnel, this digital collection provides an in-depth look into the creation of the East German state, its living conditions and its people. Details >> Federal Response to Radicalism in the 1960s
Explore the internal organization, personnel and activities of some of the most prominent American radical groups and their movements to change government and society. Details >> Federal Surveillance of African Americans, 1920-1984
A revealing look into the records of Socialists, Communists, pacifists, militant labor unionists, ethnic or racial nationalists and those deemed politically suspect - and how far the Justice Department and FBI went to compile them. Details >> Feminism in Cuba, 1898-1958
Compiled from Cuban sources, this collection sheds light on Cuban feminism, women in politics, literature by Cuban women and the legal status of women in Cuba, from Cuban independence to the Batista regime. Details >> Foreign Relations between Latin America and the Caribbean States, 1930-1944
Country by country, issue by issue, this collection sheds light on the political, social and economic interactions between Central American and South American countries - including the Caribbean, Cuba, Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Details >> Global Missions and Theology
Through pivotal personal narratives, organizational records and biographies of the essential leaders, simple missionaries and churches, this collection provides unparalleled insight into nineteenth century religious missionary activities and practices. Details >> Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees: The West
Get inside the IGCR - organized in London in 1938 following the Evian Conference, which had been called by President Roosevelt to consider the problem of racial, religious and political refugees from central Europe. Details >> JFK's Foreign Affairs and International Crises, 1961-1963
This fascinating collection provides insight into President Kennedy's views and actions on The Bay of Pigs, support of Third World countries, nuclear weapons and testing, NATO and the Multilateral Force in Europe, the international space race and more. Details >> Overland Journeys: Travels in the West, 1800-1880
For settlers, the frontier was either a wretched ordeal or an emboldening adventure. Explore the daily events, joys and tragedies recorded by these men and women through personal, picturesque accounts. Details >> Policing the Shanghai International Settlement, 1894-1945
This collection provides researchers with the opportunity to explore a unique period in Chinas struggle toward a modern existence through the International Settlement in Shanghai. Details >> The Economy and War in the Third Reich, 1933-1944
Explore detailed data on the German economic situation, during the Third Reich up to and throughout World War II, through this official statistical source. Details >> U.S. and Iraqi Relations: U.S. Technical Aid, 1950-1958
Prior to the Revolution of 1958, the program of technical cooperation in Iraq was frequently cited as an example of the ideal Point Four program. This collection chronicles the success and "failure" of American technical assistance. Details >> Witchcraft in Europe and America
With transcripts of trials and exorcisms, anti-persecution writings, legal and church documents, exposes of persecutions and more, this collection includes 15th century through early 20th century text. Details >> Women's Issues and Their Advocacy Within the White House, 1974-1977
With meeting minutes, briefing papers, correspondence, talking points, draft presidential remarks, speeches, news clippings and more this collection documents the evolution of The Special Assistant to the President for Women as it advised the President on women's issues, handled White House liaison with women's organizations and oversaw the work of the Office of Women's Programs (OWP). Details >>

<!--            When: Wednesday, March 10, 2010Time: 9:30 AM or 1:30 PMWhere: Library of Congress, Adams Bldg., 2nd and Independence Ave, SE, FLICC / FEDLINK Training Room, 2nd Floor, RM 216Registration: Please e-mail Jim Oliver,  [log in to unmask], to register for either session. Please include phone number, and agency affiliation. Also, please distribute to colleagues who might have an interest in this new offering. All attendees will receive a free 28-day trial to Archives Unbound! Light snacks and coffee, provided by Gale, will be served at each session. See you there!Thanks, Kelly M. MillsAccount Executive, Government & Special LibrariesGale | Cengage Learning27500 Drake Rd., Farmington Hills, MI 48331 (o) 800-877-4253 x 1914 | (f) 248-699-8600 | (e) [log in to unmask] | www.cengage.com James W. Oliver
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Library of Congress
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