This virtual gold mine of information for researchers of American legal history contains published records of the American colonies, documents published by state constitutional conventions, city and state codes, law dictionaries, and other materials.
Researchers will find coverage of the most-studied cases, including many that resulted in landmark decisions. This collection provides transcripts, applications for review, motions, petitions, and other official papers brought before the highest court in the United States. It also includes information from cases that were denied certiorari.
This collection of documents illuminate the Persian Gulf States' and Yemen's political system, government, judiciary, laws, military, customs, economy, finance, agriculture, natural resources, industry, communications, media, and relations with the United States of America and other nations.
Part IV: Age of Emancipation includes numerous rare documents related to emancipation in the United States, as well as Latin America and the Caribbean. This collection supports the study of many areas, including activities of the federal government in dealing with former slaves and the Freedmen's Bureau, views of political parties and postwar problems with the South, documents of the British and French government on the slave trade, reports from the West Indies and Africa, and other topics.
Comprehensive and trusted online resource where users can learn how government processes work, as well as gain all the information necessary to become educated voters and feel empowered to make informed decisions about their government, even if they’re not of voting age.
One of the first digital archives on far-right and left political groups, the content focuses on political extremism and radical thought in the UK, Europe, Australia and North America, providing a range of documents and audio recordings covering the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.