Behind the Scenes of the Civil Rights Movements focuses on unearthing and digitizing the histories of civil rights activism by the everyday citizens of Black, Latine, Indigenous, and Asian American/Pacific Islander communities.
Covering the period 1830-1865, the collection presents the international impact of African American activism against slavery, in the writings of the activists themselves.
Trial ends February 29th. Please note: must use VPN when accessing remotely/off-campus.
Founded in 1981, the Daily Observer is Liberia’s best-known, independent, national newspaper. The Daily Observer is notable for its coverage of the modern history of Liberia—including the Liberian Civil War and through its current phase of development.
Comprising over 35,000 pages, the Daily Observer Digital Archive (DODA) is a comprehensive archive of this title—published in English.
Access to DODA is made possible through the generous support of the Center for Research Libraries and its member institutions.
ENTER YOUR UFL EMAIL and then LOG IN WITH YOUR GATORLINK. Dimensions Analytics is a comprehensive scholarly database where you can search publications, grants, patents, clinical trials, datasets, and policy documents. Courtesy of UF Research.
A geospatial platform providing access to the following data sets: Botswana 1:50,000 scale topographic maps (geotiff); Botswana 1:50,000 scale vector data; Haiti 1:25,000 scale topographic maps (geotiff); LandScan population data (2000 - 2012); Natural Earth 1:10,000,000 scale vector data; South Africa 1:50,000 scale vector data; Zimbabwe 1:50,000 topographic maps (geotiff)
Founded in 1951, Prensa Libre is a leading newspaper published in Guatemala City and distributed nationwide. The newspaper was conceived with the purpose of maintaining an independent voice, to provide impartial reporting on local news and bringing to light transgressions of government and public figures.