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ProQuest Congressional 73 HeinOnline 49 Fdsys/Govinfo.gov 39 Readex Serial Set 22 HathiTrust 21 ProQuest Statistical Abstract 18 LexisNexis 17 Congress.gov 17 ProQuest Legislative Insight 12 Westlaw 10 GPO Catalog of Government Publications (CGP) 8 ERIC (3 EBSCO and 4 no vendor listed) 7 ProQuest Statistical Insight 7 CQ Databases (Various) 6 Declassified Documents Reference System 6 FRASER - Federal Reserve Digital Library 6 Readex Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) 6 ProQuest Executive Branch Documents 6 Social Explorer 6 Statistical Abstract 6 Readex Joint Publications Research Service (JPRS) 5 LLMC Digital Law Library 5 ProQuest (no specific database mentioned) 5 Bloomberg (Various) 4 PubMed 4 Historical Statistics of the U.S.
This problem partly stems from the fact that, despite having gathered an enormous amount of data from the Readex series, Benes rarely strays from anecdotal exposition.
Louis Enquirer are available in two databases as of November 1, 2010: 19th Century Newspapers (InfoTrac), Gale Databases, and America's Historical Newspapers (Readex), NewsBank, Inc.
In the sources listed below, EAI indicates those contained online in Readex's Early American Imprints, Series I: Evans.
ABC-CLIO joins other organizations in partnership with EBSCO, including Baker & Taylor, Readex, and Oxford University Press.
Readex debuted a supplement to its two series of Early American Imprints, a set of resources covering every aspect of America in the 17th and 18th centuries.
New York: The New York Public Library and Readex Books, 1977.
Digital entities such as Readex, which publishes primary source research materials in college libraries, have licensing deals with Arte Publico, which nearly 20 years ago began its "Recovering the U.S.
ACA worked with Readex (a market research firm) to survey members about business operations, including budgets, operating seasons, scholarships, and other financial issues for the 2009 ACA Camp Business Operations Report.
NewsBank's Readex division (www.readex.com) has launched American Newspaper Archives, an expanding online collection that will offer access to major U.S.