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HIST 211: The Early Modern Atlantic World (Fall 2022)

It's OKAY to skim

Some databases allow you to skim by topic, so if you're not sure what you want to examine, these can be a great starting point. This databases include:

Colonial America
American History 1493-1945
Slavery, Abolition & Social  Justice
American Indian Histories and Cultures
America's Historical Imprints
American Broadsides & Ephemera

Still not sure were to look? Try the main catalog

Really Stuck?

So, so many options

The W&M Libraries has a Massive number of excellent primary source databases, which makes it very difficult to know where to start.

Our library guide to primary source databases can be navigated by subject & material type, and as you progress into your studies you're encouraged to skim the list more fully. For this class, however, several databases have been highlighted below for you examination.

Highlighted Databases for HIST 211

Historical News Papers & Magazines (Highlighted)