An authoritative guide to the current scholarship, written and reviewed by academic experts, with original commentary and annotations. Expert scholars share the trusted sources they use across a variety of academic disciplines. Sources are rigorously peer reviewed and vetted to ensure scholarly accuracy and objectivity. The interface guides users directly to the information, providing personalized citation lists and seamless links to full-text print and online content.
Links to special collections, in museums, departments and libraries on McGill University campuses that The Heritage Advisory Committee (established in 2002) identified: Departmental Collections -- Gault Nature Reserve -- Library Collections -- McCord Museum -- McGill University Archives -- Redpath Museum Collections -- Morgan Arboretum.
Database includes biographies of individuals who have served in the Congress of the United States since 1789 and in the Continental Congresses between 1774 and 1789. The members are searchable by name, state, and position. Most entries includes a short biography, Congresses served, and biobibliographical information.
Consists of the online public access catalog (OPAC) of the Center for Research Libraries (CRL) based in Chicago, Illinois, which is an international consortium of university, college, and independent research libraries that preserves and makes available to scholars a wealth of rare and uncommon primary source materials from around the world, that are generally not targeted by other North American research institutions. Collections include serials, newspapers, dissertations and digital resources. Click here to browse the materials that CRL digitized.
The digital library of 18+ million digitized items brings together the collections of more than 60 academic and research libraries from across North America and other countries. Browse Featured Collections built by the HathiTrust Digital Library users. To build your own collections, see instructions.
This archive provides "a primary source digital collection of South Asian historic materials from the 1700s to 1950s. It includes materials related to most subjects, with most sources in English and some in languages including Hindi and Bangla/Bengali"--Ridgway, A. (2023). South Asia Archive. The Charleston Advisor, 24(4), 64–68. https://doi.org/10.5260/chara.24.4.64 *Go to Module Guide where you can download the Bibliography (,.xlsx), Overview, and Teaching Resources (primary source reading lists, and examples of essay questions and seminar topics).
Databases by Publisher
The following are major database providers' websites where you can browse and search among their primary source collections.
Browse and search among the Adam Matthew primary source collections.
* Themes: Area Studies -- Cultural Studies -- Empire and Globalism -- Ethnic Studies -- Gender and Sexuality -- History -- Politics -- Literature -- Theatre -- War and Conflict
* Time Period: Medieval & Early Modern -- 18th Century -- 19th Century --
20th & 21st Century
* Region: Africa/Middle East -- Britain & Europe -- North America -- East Asia
On this platform, you can browse and search all the documents in Brill's Primary Source Collections. But you can access only the documents that the McGill Library purchased/subscribes to (Look for a green open padlock icon on the right).
You will find statistical information for Montréal, Québec and Canada, as well as statistical information for France, EU Countries and the USA. You will also find resources to statistics, macroeconomic data and development indicators collected by the Commonwealth, the World Bank, the OECD and the IMF. Contact Michael David MILLER, Liaison Librarian for Economics, International Development and Public Policy.
A guide to McGill Library's collection of geospatial information resources, including over print maps, historical air photos, orthophotos, satellite imagery, and spatial data sets. Coverage is worldwide, with an emphasis on the greater Montreal region, Quebec, and Canada.