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An interdisciplinary bibliography of "long eighteenth-century studies" (1650-1800). Editor details, documents and guidelines for contributors, and subscription data.

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Bibliography of books from the early 1800s to the present, sorted by date of publication, author, and genre.

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Listing of publications catalogued by author, year of publication and publisher .

http://www.aeaweb.org/

The American Economic Association's electronic bibliography of economic literature. A source of journals, abstracts and citations covering all fields of economics.

http://nlsinfo.org/

Searchable record of research based on data from all cohorts of the National Longitudinal Surveys. Contains citations and abstracts of journal articles, working papers, conference presentations, and dissertations.

http://www.leidenuniv.nl/

Publication of the International Association of Egyptologists. Issues available online.

http://www.taraskuzio.net/

Bibliography of publications, surveys, conference papers and short articles of Ukrainian studies .

http://www.famsi.org/

Provides 100,000 titles relating to ancient cultures of Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Belize, and El Salvador.

http://www.ptahhotep.com/

Categorized listing of books, cd-roms, videos, cds and audiobooks with much information, including ISBNs, publisher and reviews.

http://www.gandolf.com/

Alphabetical catalog of printed resources.

http://www.mosocco.com/

A bibliography of regimental histories from the Civil War, divided by state, with links to regiment web sites.

http://www.tennapel.net/

Listing of books and other media from Alonso Borgia (Pope Calixtus III), to Rodrigo Borgia (Pope Alexander VI) on to Caesare, Lucrezia and Saint Francis Borgia. Full listing also available in pdf format.

http://www.books.ai/

A guide to English-language non-fiction of and about the West Indies, 1492 to present, organized alphabetically by author; includes over 25,000 titles, most with brief annotation. By Don Mitchell QC.

http://themargins.net/

An annotated guide to the use of Japanese subjects and forms by British, Irish, and American poets, particularly from 1900 to 1950. By David Ewick.

http://www.unizar.es/

FTP directory of more than 130,000 items, including lists for individual authors and critical schools, literary theory, literary history, aesthetics, semiotics, and related subjects. By Jose Angel Garcia Landa.

http://www.ernestbramah.com/

A guide to work by and about the writer, including variant editions of his books, appearances in periodicals and anthologies, and biographies, criticism, and reviews; includes cover scans of titles. By Mike Berro.

http://www.bcin.ca/

Searchable database of records gathered by a worldwide network of contributors. Part of the Conservation Information Network.

http://www.npcglib.org/

Searchable resource for scientific literature. Listed by year of publication and includes abstracts and related links.

http://www.biab.ac.uk/

Provides bibliographic references covering archaeology and the historic environment, and every chronological period, with a geographical focus on Britain and Ireland. The online service includes user accounts and records export options.

http://www.edinburghbibliographicalsociety.org.uk/

Focuses attention on bibliography of and in Scotland. Features membership, publications, and meetings.

http://www.diarysearch.co.uk/

The principal content of the site is a searchable, free access, annotated bibliography of diaries printed in English.

http://chgs.umn.edu/

A database of relevant books and articles that can be searched by author or subject related to the study of the holocaust and contemporary genocide and teaching about the subject.