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  • Christina L Biles
    The contents of the site ranges from books (although the UWisconsin call numbers do me no good) to websites. There is some cool stuff in there. -Maggie From
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      The contents of the site ranges from books (although the UWisconsin call
      numbers do me no good) to websites. There is some cool stuff in there.
      -Maggie

      From the Internet Scout Report:
      Historical Research in Europe: A Guide to Archives and Libraries
      http://webcat.library.wisc.edu:3200/HistResEur/
      Long known for their fine online digital projects and initiatives, the
      University of Wisconsin Digital Content Group has developed this Web site
      to assist researchers seeking to use European libraries and archives. With
      a focus on Western Europe, the prime function of the interactive database
      is "to unite both Web-based and printed resources which provide
      information about European libraries and archives." The project itself is
      supported by a grant from the US Department of Education and the
      University of Wisconsin General Library System. The database can be
      searched by keyword or subject headings, which include Science,
      Audio-Video, Church Archives, and Foreign Relations. Within these
      subjects, individual records are returned that include the title, subject,
      creator, and in many cases, an URL. Without a doubt, this database will be
      a great research tool for those persons traveling to Europe to perform
      research in a host of disciplinary traditions.
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