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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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This database provides access to a growing list of prison newspapers covering more than 200 years. Most of the titles were written by inmates. JSTOR worked with many research institutions to assemble and fund this collection.

List of newspapers to be digitized
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The Docuseek Collection contains over 2000 different documentaries from highly rated documentary production companies such as Bullfrog Films, Icarus Films, The National Film Board of Canada, and Women Make Movies. This collection focuses on a wide variety of historical, social, cultural, environmental, religious, and interdisciplinary topics.
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The Film Platform Collection contains over 600 different documentaries curated for academic audiences. This collection includes many award-winning documentaries on a wide variety of subject matters.
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Begin your legal research with HeinOnline--a collection providing the U.S. Code, U.S. Congressional Documents, the U.S. Serial Set, the U.S. Federal Legislative History Library, and the U. S. Statutes at Large. Regulatory titles include the Federal Register, the Code of Federal Regulations, and U.S. Federal agency documents, decisions, and appeals. Other assets include the U.S. Presidential Library, Foreign Relations of the United States, the Supreme Court Library, U.S. Treaties and Agreements Library, World Constitutions and other files which are always evolving. Provides the Texas State Package Constitutions, Texas Attorney General Opinions, Texas Session Laws, and State Statutes.
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New York Times (1851-Current)

Provides subscriber access to US and International News and Sports from The New York Times, including today’s news in real-time. Archival access goes back to 1851 in fully searchable scans. UTD students, faculty, and staff can create a subscriber access account using their netID@utdallas.edu email.
Download The New York Times app to access the same content on your phone or tablet.
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Collection indexes primary records of administrative and public responses to serious disease outbreaks in American History, from 1736-1923, covering Colonial America through the First World War.
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Books collection gives access to books, county histories and documents that many aspects of disease and public health from the 19th century through 1928. Varieties of perspectives are included documenting the cooperation of quarantine restrictions from federal, state, and local communities.
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RMPS helps introduce humanities and social science researchers to the key approaches and methodologies of working with source material. It contains hundreds of essays, videos, “How to” guides, and case studies, all developed by subject specialists and designed to answer your questions about working with primary sources.
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This database provides information and resources on the history of women in social movements in the United States between 1600 and 2000 and includes collections of primary sources as well as over a hundred document projects, book reviews, thousands of images, teaching tools, and other features including a chronology, a biographical section, and links to other websites.
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The Women’s Suffrage Collection includes full text of historical documents, newspapers, and books related to the struggle for women’s suffrage, women’s rights, and the temperance movement dating from roughly 1812 through 1920.
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