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James Meredith, J. Edgar Hoover, and the Integration of the University of Mississippi

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In the fall of 1962 the college town of Oxford, Mississippi, erupted in violence. At the center of the controversy stood James Meredith, an African American who was attempting to register at the all-white University of Mississippi, known as "Ole Miss." Meredith had the support of the federal government, which insisted that Mississippi honor the rights of all its citizens, regardless of race. Mississippi’s refusal led to a showdown between state and federal authorities and the storming of the campus by a segregationist mob. Two people died and dozens were injured. In the end, Ole Miss, the state of Mississippi, and the nation were forever changed.
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Japanese-American Relocation Camp Newspapers: Perspectives on Day-to-Day Life

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The forced internment, during the war, of an important segment of the American population-persons of Japanese descent.
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Jazz Music Library

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Cross-search hundreds of thousands of audio tracks and scores of jazz artists, ensembles, albums, and genres.
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Jewish Underground Resistance: The David Diamant Collection

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David Diamant is the pseudonym of David Erlich, a Jewish communist and committed member of the underground resistance during World War II. This collection consists of original documents collected by Diamant over a period of approximately 30 years dealing primarily with the Jewish segment of the French underground resistance; many of the documents originate with communist groups, and some deal with Polish groups. Most of the documents are in French, while some are in Yiddish.
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Job and Career Accelerator

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Information and access to job and career information, including over 5 million job listings
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Journaux de la Révolution de 1848 (Newspapers of the French Revolution 1848)

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The revolution of 1848 caused the final collapse of monarchy in France, and in the power vacuum that followed a range of competing voices sought to control the future direction of the country. The social and political upheavals of this period are richly detailed in this unique collection of newspapers and periodicals — an essential resource for understanding modern European history.
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JSTOR

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Provides full-text and images of over 1000 scholarly journals in a variety of disciplines.
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Legend

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