American Indian Correspondence: Presbyterian Historical Society archive of Missionaries’ Letters, 1833-1893 is a archive of letters to and from the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. Their letters describe native peoples and cultures, tribal factionalism, relations with the U.S. government and the many problems and achievements of their work. Included are 40,238 pages sourced from the Library of the Presbyterian Historical Society, Philadelphia.
This archive includes discussion of aboriginal and post-contact Native American culture and provide a wealth of data on tribal ways and personalities. Primary-source coverage of Native American tribes includes Apache, Blackfeet, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, Navajo, Nez Pierce, Seminole, Sioux and many more.
Collections in the archive:
- American Indian Correspondence: The Presbyterian Historical Society Collection of Missionaries' Letters, 1833-1893
Tiananmen Square and U.S.-China Relations, 1989-1993 offers primary source documents relating to the demonstrations and their aftermath: public mail, memoranda, reports, cables, meeting notes, news clippings and much more. This archive was sourced from the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and contains 19,137 pages created between 1989-1993.
This archive consists of documents from several White House Office of Records Management Subject File categories and the Staff and Office Files. They chronicle the Bush White House’s response to the political and military crises in the Persian Gulf:
- White House Office of Records Management (WHORM) Subject File categories contains correspondence, memoranda, news clippings, and brochures from the general public, Congress, and the Bush administration
- WHORM Subject File categories CO072 and CO083 contain documents concerning Iraq and Kuwait, respectively
- Another large segment related to this subject is WHORM Subject File National Defense ND016 (Persian Gulf War)
- Staff and Office Files contain correspondence, memoranda, and publications maintained by individual staff members and offices
A significant amount of material consists of files of the National Security Council (NSC). These documents deal with topics such as:
- the inspection and elimination of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction
- diplomatic efforts to create the Gulf Coalition
- U.S. policy towards Iraq prior to the conflict
- U.S. efforts to assist Kurdish refugees
- military operations in the Persian Gulf Theatre
The archive includes 49,569 pages, created in 1990-1991 and sourced from the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library.
The documents found in this archive are drawn from the U.S. State Department Central Classified Files. These files are the definitive source of American diplomatic reporting on worldwide political, military, social and economic developments in the 20th century. The archive contains a wide range of materials from U.S. diplomats, including: special reports on political and military affairs; studies and statistics on socioeconomic matters; interviews and minutes of meetings with foreign government officials; court proceedings and other legal documents; full texts of important letters, instructions, and cables sent and received by U.S. diplomatic personnel; voluminous reports and translations from foreign journals and newspapers; countless translations of high-level foreign government documents, including speeches, memoranda, official reports, and transcripts of political meetings and assemblies. Documents are arranged topically and chronologically, on crucial subjects such as political parties and elections, unrest and revolution, human rights, government, labor, housing, public health, religion, industry and much more.
Collections in the archive:
- Records of the Department of State Relating to Political Relations Between the U.S. and Afghanistan, 1930-1963
- Records of the Department of State Relating to Internal Affairs: Afghanistan, 1945-1949 and 1960-1963
A digital archive of FBI files that illustrate the evolution of AIM as an organization of social protest and the development of Native American radicalism. Sourced from the FBI Library, this collection includes 14,195 pages. Documents range in date from 1968 to 1979.
Digital collection of documents related to the Federal Bureau of Investigation's widespread investigation of those deemed politically suspect. Contains 88,021 images sourced from the FBI Library. This collection consists of a small group of microfilm products including:
COINTELPRO: Black Nationalist "Hate" Groups
FBI File on A. Philip Randolph
FBI File on Adam Clayton Powell
FBI File on the Atlanta Child Murders (ATKID)
FBI File on the Black Panther Party, North Carolina
FBI File on the Committee for Public Justice
FBI File on Elijah Muhammed
FBI File on the Highlander Folk School
FBI File on the Klu Klux Klan Murder of Viola Liuzzo
FBI File on Malcolm X
FBI File: MIBURN (Mississippi Burning)
FBI File on the Moorish Science Temple of America
FBI File on the Murder of Lemuel Penn
FBI File on Muslim Mosque, Inc.
FBI File on the NAACP
FBI File on the National Negro Congress
FBI File on the Organization of Afro-American Unity
FBI File on Paul Robeson
FBI File on the Reverend Jesse Jackson
FBI File on Roy Wilkins
FBI File on the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee
FBI File on Thurgood Marshall
FBI File on W.E.B. Du Bois
FBI Investigation File on Communist Infiltration of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference
FBI Surveillance File: Malcolm X
FBI Investigation File on Marcus Garvey
Archives Unbound presents topically-focused digital collections of historical documents. Collections in Archives Unbound cover a broad range of topics from the middle ages forward- from Witchcraft to World War II to twentieth century political history. Collections can be cross-searched or searched individually. For a complete list of available collections, see: http://go.galegroup.com/gdsc/
Featuring the complete archive of the magazine to the mid-1990s, National Geographic Magazine Archive, 1888-1994, includes every page and every photograph, all fully searchable through an intuitive interface. Contains approximately 190,000 pages, 1,224 issues and supports 34 languages.
When complete, Women and Social Movements International will contain about "150,000 pages of conference proceedings, reports of international women's organizations, publications and web pages of women's non-governmental organizations, and letters, diaries, and memoirs of women active internationally since the mid-nineteenth century....Through the writings of women activists, their personal letters and diaries, and the proceedings of conferences at which pivotal decisions were made, this collection lets you see how women’s social movements shaped much of the events and attitudes that have defined modern life." -- Alexander Street Press