Comprises ABI/INFORM Global, Trade & Industry, and Dateline databases, with thousands of full-text articles on business and trade.
Academic Search Premier - Full-text articles from academic journals, covering all major areas of study including social sciences, humanities, education, physics, chemistry, biology, engineering, language and linguistics.
Access Science - Covering all major scientific disciplines and contnuously reviewed and updated, a collection of articles from McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology and McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science & Technology.
Advocate, Historical & Current - Search digitized news articles in The Advocate, Stamford Advocate, and Daily Advocate in historic and contemporary issues. (Covers 1829-present)
Best's Library Center - Find insurance companies and access in-depth analysis and commentary on insurance companies rated by AM Best. (Only available on-site at the Ferguson Library.)
BioDiversity Heritage Library - Provides access to thousands of natural history books and archival documents about life on earth from the 15th to the 21st centuries.
Biography Reference Bank - Narrative profiles of almost a million individuals, taken from the H.W. Wilson Biographical Series and other authoritative reference works and from leading journals and magazines.
Black Freedom Struggle in the United States - For students and researchers, a select collection of primary source documents related to critical people and events in African American history.
Books in Print - Search for currently published and forthcoming books and audiobooks, with summaries and professional reviews.
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Census Bureau - Comprehensive data from the U.S. Census, providing information on the nation's people and economy including the Decennial Census of Population and Housing and the American Community Survey.
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) - Access to demographic and public health data, heath information for travelers, health surveillance tools as well as health news and links to other government information resources.
Chronicling America - Identifies historic American newspapers published between 1690 and the present, and provides a selection of digitized newspaper pages. Includes issues of some Connecticut papers including the Bridgeport Evening Farmer, the Norwich Bulletin, and the Waterbury Democrat.
Congress.gov - View bills sponsored by the House and Senate, Congressional Research Service Reports, treaty documents, legal analysis of the U.S. Constitution, and current legislative activities.
Connecticut Archives Online - Guide to special collections available on-site at Connecticut libraries, historical societies, and other repositories of documents and manuscripts.
Connecticut Digital Collections - Large collection of Connecticut primary source materials, with digitized texts, maps, photographs, paintings, letters, and images of museum artifacts.