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Nurses Throughout History

This International Nurses Day, we feel it's more important than ever to highlight the significant contributions made to nursing by incredible women from a range of backgrounds. That's why we've compiled some information on those that we think are notable, to serve as a reminder of how far we've come.

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SAGE acquires two leading Science History Journals

Los Angeles, CA - SAGE a leading independent academic and professional publisher today announced the acquisition of two new Science History Journals. History of Science and Journal for the History of Astronomy, formerly published by Science History Publications Ltd, will be published by SAGE as of March 2014.

SAGE Publishing welcomes The Journal of Modern European History

SAGE Publishing will begin publishing the Journal of Modern European History, a quarterly journal, from February 2019.

The journal, edited by historians from around the world, centres each volume on different historical topics, widening the debate beyond the usual focus on nations such as England, France or Germany. The journal is open to all methodological and theoretical approaches.

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Free Access to ‘The History of America in 100 Documents’

Adam Matthew release extract of major American History collection

Marlborough, UK - From July 1st-31st, Adam Matthew will enable free access to ‘American History in 100 Documents’: one-hundred hand-picked documents and associated analysis of their importance from American History, 1493-1945, sourced exclusively from the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History in New York.

Publication of renowned American History archive completed

Sixty thousand primary source documents now available online from Adam Matthew Digital

Marlborough, UK, American History, 1493-1945 is now complete - providing teachers and researchers with access to thousands of exceptionally high-quality digital primary source documents from the renowned Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, New York - one of the most important archives on American history in existence.

Selling the American Dream

One of the largest collection of trade catalogues in America digitised for interdisciplinary research

Marlborough, UK. Explore the shaping of the United States throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries with Trade Catalogues and the American Home. A new digitised collection of highly visual trade catalogues, cards and marketing ephemera illustrating the rise of the American dream and evolution of commercial tastes and consumer trends between 1850-1950.

Thirty-day free access to The Weeksville Exhibition

Explore the buildings, objects and lives of the residents of the Historic Hunterfly Road Houses, Brooklyn, New York, through this innovative interactive tool

(Marlborough, UK ) Throughout November 2015, Adam Matthew will provide free access to The Weeksville Exhibition – one part of the recently released African American Communities digital primary source collection.