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|Colored Conventions Project||
The Colored Conventions Project (CCP) is a scholarly and community research project dedicated to bringing the seven decades-long history of nineteenth-century Black organizing to digital life.
|Columbia University Libraries||1|
|Devon Collection of Children's Books (Moon)||
This collection of children’s books contains about 2,000 items, mainly dating from before 1940. They were built up over a period of time by bequest, donation and purchase and, as such, do not represent any significant individual collection. The titles to 1850 have a detailed listing by the noted children’s book historian Marjorie Moon (1908-1996) which is available to view in the library.
|Dictionary for Members of the Dublin Book Trade, 1550-1800||0|
|Digital Miscellanies Index||
The Digital Miscellanies Index provides a searchable record of the contents of more than 1,750 poetic miscellanies published between 1557 and 1800. It features detailed records for these miscellanies, as well as records for the poems and people featured in them.
|Digital Schomburg African American Women Writers of the 19th Century||
African American Women Writers of the 19th Century is a digital collection of some 52 published works by 19th-century black women writers. A part of the Digital Schomburg, this collection provides access to the thought, perspectives and creative abilities of black women as captured in books and pamphlets published prior to 1920.
|Duke University Library||1|
|Early American Imprints: Evans TCP||
Evans-TCP is a collection of transcribed, pre-nineteenth century, American imprints. The collection is a collaborative partnership between the TCP, the Readex division of NewsBank, and The American Antiquarian Society (AAS).
Eighteenth Century Collections Online contains over 180,000 titles (200,000 volumes) and more than 32 million pages, making ECCO the premier and irreplaceable resource for eighteenth-century research.
Early English Books Online contains over 132,000 English publications from 1473-1700. Topics include English literature, history, science, and philosophy.
|Emma in America||
Goucher College Library’s celebration of the bicentennial of Jane Austen’s novel Emma featuring an exhibit, events, and a digital edition of the 1816 Philadelphia Emma, Austen’s first novel published in America.
The 'English Short Title Catalogue' (ESTC) is a comprehensive, international union catalogue listing early books, serials, newspapers and selected ephemera printed before 1801. It contains catalogue entries for items issued in Britain, Ireland, overseas territories under British colonial rule, and the United States. The database contains over 480,000 entries, and represents the holdings of some 2,000 libraries world-wide.
|Exeter Working Papers in Book History||0|
|Folger Shakespeare Library||
Folger Shakespeare Library is the world’s largest Shakespeare collection, the ultimate resource for exploring Shakespeare and his world. The Folger is home to major collections of other rare Renaissance books, manuscripts, and works of art.
|Frances Burney's Cecilia: A Publishing History (Catherine M. Parisian, 2012)||
Catherine Parisian mines an extensive archival record that includes portions of the original manuscript, annotated page proofs, legal records relative to its copyright, and an abundance of letters, to chronicle Cecilia's composition, printing, and publication from its first edition in 1782 to the present-day Oxford World's Classics paperback.
Google Books is a service from Google that searches the full text of books and magazines that Google has scanned, converted to text using optical character recognition (OCR), and stored in its digital database.
|Hathi Trust Digital Library||
HathiTrust is a partnership of major research institutions and libraries working to ensure that the cultural record is preserved and accessible long into the future. The mission of HathiTrust is to contribute to research, scholarship, and the common good by collaboratively collecting, organizing, preserving, communicating, and sharing the record of human knowledge.
The Houghton Library stewards a world class collection of rare books, manuscripts, archives, photographs, ephemera and other rare and unique materials for the Harvard campus, the Boston-Cambridge metropolitan area, and beyond.
|Irish Women Poets of the Romantic Period||
Irish Women Poets of the Romantic Period includes more than 80 volumes of poetry by approximately 50 Irish women writing between 1768 and 1842. Compiled and edited by Stephen Behrendt of the University of Nebraska, the database also offers numerous biographical and critical essays prepared by leading scholars specifically for the project.
The Jackson Bibliography of Romantic Poetry is based on first-hand examination of copies and aims to provide descriptions of all extant editions of all verse in English published for the first time between 1770 and 1835, amounting to approximately 23,000 volumes.
|JISC Library Hub Discover||
The Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) Library Hub Discover exposes rare and unique research material by bringing together the catalogues of major UK and Irish libraries.
|John Carter Brown Library||18|
|John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon)||
Being a check-list of books for children and young people published for their amusement and instruction by John Harris and his son, successors to Elizabeth Newbery, including a list of games and teaching toys.
|John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe)||
Bibliographical text of John Newbery, publisher of children's literature.