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Due to inclement weather, UK will be operating on Plan B for Friday, March 6th. Please contact the library location you intend to visit before traveling. Current open/closed information is below.


Confirmed Open: William T. Young Library will open at 10 am and will close at 8 pm on Friday, March 6th. Normal hours to resume on Saturday, March 7th.


Confirmed Closed March 6th: Agricultural Information Center, Design, Education, Little Fine Arts, Medical Center, Morris, Science, Special Collections Research Center, Shaver Engineering, and Transportation.


Service points in William T. Young Library for Thursday, March 6th:
AV Services will be closed.
Reference and PNM desks will open at 10 am.
The UK Writing Center is closed.
Presentation U in the Hub is closed.

Search FOR Databases and Other Electronic Resources

 

3 results found for resources beginning with 'M' sorted alphabetically.

Description:

Contains the published records and codes of the American colonies, documents published by state constitutional conventions, early state codes, city charters, law dictionaries, and digests. A fully searchable digital archive drawing on documents from the Harvard Law School Library, the Yale Law Library, and the Law Library of Congress.

See also Making of Modern Law: U.S. Supreme Court Records and Briefs, 1832-1978.

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Vendor Name Gale Cengage Learning

Coverage 1620-1970

Special Usage Notes

Research Guides History, Law, Political Science

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Description:

Access Information Free resource - available to everyone on the Internet

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Research Guides Medieval Studies,

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Description:

This collection of over 42,000 images from Lost Cause Press consists of the diaries, journals, and narratives of explorers, emigrants, military men, Native Americans, and travelers. In addition, there are accounts on the development of farming and mining communities, family histories, and folklore. These accounts provide a view of the of the region between Lexington, Kentucky and Winchester, Virginia, from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Birmingham, Alabama, spanning three and a half centuries and providing information on the social, political, economic, scientific, religious and agricultural characteristics of the region. Part of Archives Unbound.

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Vendor Name Gale Cengage Learning

Coverage 1700-1950

Special Usage Notes

Research Guides Anthropology, Appalachia: Primary Sources in Special Collections, History,

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