Huntingdon Database Login
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If you have problems accessing the databases, contact Brenda Kerwin, (334)833-4529.
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Alabama Virtual Library
American Chemical Society Publications
Books In Print
Choice Reviews email requests to email@example.com
Chronicle of Higher Education
CQ Electronic Library
Directory of Open Access Journals
EBSCOhost (list databases)
Encyclopaedia Britannica Online
ERIC (Education Resources Information Center)
Facts on File
Fiction Connection Reader's Advisory
Gale Databases(list databases)
History and the Headlines
Immigration in the United States, 1789 - 1930 Open Collection Program at Harvard University Library
Internet Movie Database Includes reviews, biographies and movie trailers.
Journal of Chemical Education
Movie Review Query Engine
Oxford English Dictionary Online
Pro & Con Online Archives of Congressional Digest, Supreme Court Debates, and International Debates.
PubMed U.S. National Library Medicine
Resources for College Libraries
Routledge Religion Online
Sage Reference Online
Salem Press (list databases)
Women who changed the world (Encyclopaedia Britannica)
Women Working 1800-1930 Open Collection Program at Harvard University Library