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Primary Source Material from 18th & 19th Century Publications
Primary Source Material from 18th & 19th Century Publications

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Explore how text and data mining opens up large and high-quality historical datasets for your users. This webinar will provide an update on how scholars understand content in ways that only computational research makes possible and increases the value of library resources. In addition, the webinar discusses the licensing efforts between content providers and academic institutions.
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Stop by and demo at our faceted search enhancements. We’d also love to show you our new databases focused on African-American Newspapers and Women’s Suffrage, as well as our new America and World War I: American Military Camp Newspapers collection.
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The Remonstrance was the official publication of the Massachusetts Association Opposed to the Further Extension of Suffrage to Women. First published annually and later quarterly in Boston from February 1890 until October 1913, it provided a forum for women who opposed the expansion of voting rights to women.
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The modern civilized woman runs to the opposite extreme from her savage sister. She is afraid of everything, even cleanliness. “I should not have allowed you to take a bath so soon,” said a physician to a patient eight hours after the birth of a baby , upon finding her fresh from a nap and a warm bath. “I knew you would not, doctor; that is the reason I did not ask you, replied the lady. I had strength for the bath, but not for the battle for it; and my experience has taught me that it is the best, and only thing to quiet the nerves of the body, and put the body itself in a condition to begin the process of restoration."
Dr. May-Dew's "The Baby" (1887)
Dr. May-Dew's "The Baby" (1887)
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