American History, Salem History, A to Z Maps, A to Z the U.S.A., A to Z World Travel
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|American History Online||Spans more than 500 years of political, military, social, and cultural history, highlighting the important people and events of the American experience.|
|Salem History||Salem History is a robust online database that includes the complete content of printed reference sets. Purchasing printed reference delivers online access at no additional cost. Salem currently offers this service with seven historical reference sets:||Yes|| NOTE: for the ID or library card you need to use the following format:
10000 + your library card number without the spaces.
|A to Z Maps||A to Z Maps is the worlds largest subscription-based database of proprietary, royalty-free world, continent, country, and state maps. Included in the 4,000+ maps are: political maps, physical maps, outline maps, population maps, precipitation maps, climate maps, and other thematic maps. New maps are added to the collection every month.|
Access from Home: Yes Note: to log in remotely, please use the following format 19000 +your library card, excluding the spaces.
|A to Z the U.S.A.||World Trade Press philosophy is that we can strengthen mutual understanding across cultures by lowering the information barriers that prevent individuals and organizations from succeeding in the international arena. This outlook originates with the companys founder, Edward G. Hinkelman, an author and economist (Tufts University, University of Paris Sorbonne) whose career in the export-import business spanned more than 30 years and took him to 67 countries.|
Use From Home? YES Note: to log in remotely, please use the following format 19000 +your library card, excluding the spaces.
|A to Z World Travel|
|Global Road Warrior||AtoZ World Travel is the most detailed travel resource for business and leisure travelers for more than 200 world cities. No other resource covers so many travel topics, so well, for so many cities.|
Use from Home? YES Note: to log in remotely, please use the following format 19000 +your library card, excluding the spaces.