19th Century Masterfile Content

19th Century Masterfile is a vast scholarly database for finding published material from the 12th Century through 1930.

Through enhancement and implemenation of dozens of historically signficant scholarly indexes, it offers 'omni-disciplinary' coverage of primary materials in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Engineering, the History of Science, Law, Economics, Religion, Psychology, Government Documents, the Visual Arts, Music, and the Physical Sciences.


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Open Access and Full-Text Links


Open Access, full-text material is constantly expanding in 19th Century Masterfile: 1106-1930.


New contributions from the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) and the National Archives have brought the vast majority of citations available for open access to these full-text materials.


19th Century Masterfile integrates with millions of full-fext documents in the following repositories.

Open Access


Digital Public Library of America
American Memory
Hathi Trust
JSTOR
National Archives
United States Patent and Trademark Office
Library of Congress
Oxford Digital Library
Making of America

Commercial Data Sources


Readex
Adam Matthew
Hein Online
Artstor
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Enhanced Search


Advanced searching methods bring new layers of authority to your research.

The Enhanced Search feature in 19th Century Masterfile expands your search results by simultaneously searching related terms such as synonyms, word endings, and antiquated words of the same meaning.

It will include common variations on words like 'emancipation emancipate emancipator' and outdated word variations like 'burma myanmar' and 'obesity corpulence'.


Never Miss a Source...


19th Century Masterfile brings you sources you never even knew existed. Whether your focus is in the Arts, History of Science, or Engineering —19th Century Masterfile has aggregated all relevant and esoteric materials from 1106 to 1930 all under one search.


Advanced students, graduate and post-doctoral researchers can pinpoint what they need in a single source.


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Open Access


Open Access, full-text material is constantly expanding in 19th Century Masterfile.

New contributions from the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) and the National Archives have brought the vast majority of citations available for open access to these full-text materials.

Readex, Adam Matthew, ArtStor, JSTOR, HathiTrust, and Library of Congress.

Search the Periodicals

Although 19th Century Masterfile covers all genre—books, newspapers, periodicals, images, and documents—the coverage of periodicals is uniquely extensive.

This resource allows practitioners to explore the breadth of coverage by: Language, Periodical Title and Index Source for Citations.

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