Access to Eighteenth Century Collections Online, Part II

The library recently purchased Eighteenth Century Collections Online, Part II, which adds nearly seven million pages of content from close to 50,000 new titles to what could already be accessed through Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO).  The publisher states:

With content from an eclectic variety of materials, including books, directories, bibles, sheet music, sermons and advertisements, Eighteenth Century Collections Online, Part II offers full-text search capabilities supported by comprehensive metadata. The materials in the collection support research in every academic discipline, including literature, history, geography, the social sciences, fine arts, medicine, science, religion, philosophy and law. Source institutions include The British Library, Oxford University, National Library of Scotland, University of Texas, and the Library of Congress.

This new content is available via the Eighteenth Century Collections Online interface.  For additional details about ECCO, see the library’s original announcement about its purchase.

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