This landmark work in historical and legal scholarship draws upon thousands of sources to trace the Constitution's progress through each of the thirteen states' conventions. Coverage Dates: 1776-1787. The digital edition allows users to search the complete contents by date, title, author, recipient, or state affiliation and preserves the copious annotations of the print edition
All thirty-six volumes of Jefferson's writings and the first seven volumes of the Retirement Series. Since 1950, his writings have been compiled in the ongoing project The Papers of Thomas Jefferson. Rotunda's digital edition brings together all thirty-six volumes published through 2009 into one searchable online resource. In addition, it includes the first seven volumes of the Retirement Series sponsored by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, which documents the time between Jefferson's return to private life and his death in 1826. This XML-based edition includes all the illustrations and bibliographical content of the print edition, with the added convenience of linked cross-references and indexes.
The first nine volumes of Syrett's letterpress edition. These documents and calendared entries, some five thousand in number, represent approximately 40 percent of all documents and calendared entries in the edition. The first nine volumes of Rotunda's Papers of Alexander Hamilton Digital Edition (PAHDE) is based on a faithful print-to-XML conversion of the twenty-seven volumes of the letterpress edition edited by Harold Syrett et al. and published by Columbia University Press between 1961 and 1987. At its completion, PAHDE will provide online access to all known existing documents by and to Hamilton, including all editorial annotation provided by the original editors, as well as enhancements specific to the digital edition.
Digitized version (with linked cross-references) of the first 52 volumes of the print edition. PGWDE is the joint product of the University of Virginia Press's Rotunda imprint and The Papers of George Washington at the University of Virginia. Regularly updated and corrected as new documents are found
Provides access to declassfied primary documents in twelve complete collections, Afghanistan, Berlin Crisis 1958-1962, Cuban Missile Crisis, El Salvador, Iran-Contra Affair, Intelligence Community, Iran Revolution, Military Uses of Space, Nicaragua, NuclearNon-Proliferation, Philippines, and South Africa.
Historical documents in the following collections: Latin American & Caribbean Studies; African American Studies; Asian Studies; Asian American Studies; Chinese History; SAFEHAVEN Reports on Nazi Looting; OBSERVER News for the American Soldier ; Nicaragua: Political Instability and U.S. Intervention.