CREDO is a collection of over 700 reference books that offer background information on a wide variety of subjects. Each entry is authored by experts, but written for clarity and accessibility. You'll be most successful if you use a couple keywords or a simple phrase when searching CREDO. You can also use Credo's Mind Map tool to help you find more keywords.
History Reference Center offers access to more than 1,600 full-text reference books, encyclopedias, and non-fiction books. It also has documents, biographies of historical figures, photos, maps, and videos from leading history journals.
Published by Johns Hopkins University Press for the American Studies Association (ASA), the Encyclopedia of American Studies covers the history, philosophy, arts, and cultures of the United States in relation to the world, from pre-colonial days to the present, from various perspectives and the global American Studies movement.
NMC maintains digital access to the publication Archaeology through EBSCO databases. To search this publication, follow the link, then click 'Search within this publication' near the top of the page. To search, type your search terms before the text that reads: JN "Archaeology", leaving that part intact