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Periodical Search

Periodical Search is a master file of all full-text journals, both print and online, that are available to you. Links are provided for each title.

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History Resources

American Journal of Archeology
Central European History
Civil War History
English Historical Review
European Review of History
Historical Methods
Journal of African History
Journal of American Studies
Journal of British Studies
Journal of Interdisciplinary History
Journal of Late Antiquity
Journal of Medieval History
Journal of Modern History
Journal of Roman Archaeology
Journal of Social History
Journal of World History
New England Quarterly
Pacific Historical Review
Past and Present
Pennsylvania History
Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography
Public Historian
Radical History Review
Reviews in American History
Speculum: Journal of Medieval Studies

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