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Along with Frank Leslie's Illustrated, Harper's Weekly was the main popular journal covering the war, sending both writers and artists into the field to report on events. The entire run for the Civil War is now available online in digital format.
Short for Journal Storage, JSTOR is an archive of academic journals. Issues older than 3-5 years are available in full text. The Florida Historical Quarterly and the Journal of Southern History are among those in the database.
Web of Science contains three databases, including the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI). SSCI indexes nearly 2,000 journals across 50 social sciences disciplines. Some full text is available. Coverage dates for SSCI: 1956-current.
RefWorks & EndNote
Refworks and EndNote Web are web-based programs that allow you to store and retrieve your bibliographic citations easily. Access to these programs is provided for all UF-affiliated students, faculty, and staff. UF Libraries offers workshops on using these programs.