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Features digitized southern plantation records from 1775-1915, documenting the far-reaching impacts of plantations on the nation. Plantation records include both business records and personal papers drawn from archives across the American South. Also has a timeline feature, highlighting key events in the 1800s with quick links to documents relating to those events.
HistoryGeo provides a searchable database of 12.3 million names connected to land ownership maps covering the 29 public land states and Texas. The database also features a historical map collection.
Provides assistance for improvement projects inside and outside the home.
Provides FDL access to the Homeland Security Digital Library (HSDL), a database of over 50,00 non-classified presidential directives, policy and national strategy documents, as well as specialized resources related to Homeland Security.
This free database from the National Library of Medicine links over 16,000 consumer brands to Safety Data Sheets listing health effects. Safety Data Sheets are provided by manufacturers and allow consumers and scientists to research products based on chemical ingredients.
Informative articles, videos, and podcasts on a variety of subjects ranging from science to culture.
This database provides listings of death certificates filed with the Illinois Department of Public Health between 1916 and 1950.
The sources for this index include original county clerks' marriage records, such as marriage registers and licenses, as well as publications of county genealogical societies and private individuals. For each marriage, the index includes the names of the groom and bride, the date of the marriage or issuance of the license, the name of the county in which the marriage was performed, and a citation to the original record—volume and page number for registers or file number for licenses. Volume and page or license numbers are omitted in the index when published sources failed to provide this information.
Images of the American Civil War: photographs, posters, and ephemeras.
St. Louis has a vast array of resources dedicated to immigrants and refugees in the region which are all interconnected. The Clark-Fox Family Foundation has compiled a map depicting how these organizations are connected within the landscape. Click on any of the large colored circles to enlarge that section of the map.
Searchable full text access to this weekly newspaper featuring community news, events, and announcements for the Florissant Valley area, including Black Jack, Florissant, Hazelwood, and Spanish Lake. Includes access from October 2006 to present.
Provides access to all types of demographic data on countries throughout the world. Data is from 1950 to the present including projections.
Free public domain children's books in a variety of languages.
Free public domain books, audio, video, and more.
Provides links and resources related to tax information for both small business and self-employed.
Sites provides access to federal forms and instructions.
Provides access to forms, instructions, and publications of prior years.
Create games and quizzes to engage students in classroom content. Access using a browser, Android app, or iOS app.
A wide variety of courses for all ages. Courses include exercises, quizzes, and tests. Currently providing daily schedules and remote learning resources. Access using a browser, Android app, or iOS app.