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Links 1 through 10 of 1172 Bodleian History Faculty Library's Bookmarks

Digitised version of historical statistics, covering 4 areas:
Les recensements de 1901 à 1921
Le mouvement de la population de 1836 à 1925
L'enseignement primaire et secondaire de 1865 à 1906
La statistique industrielle de 1861 à 1896

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A database of two centuries of French communes, Canton, Arrondissement and Département. Includes a mapping of the areas (La Carte de Cassini). You can also search for areas by population size or browse indices.

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Digitised correspondence of several French 19th century bourgois families: André Marie Constant Duméril (1774-1860) Charles Mertzdorff (1818-1883), Froissart family (useful for 1914-1918). As well as the full-text, the site comes with various indexes (signatories, people cited, addresses, recipient).

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Between the seventeenth century and 1865, millions of African-American people were enslaved in the thirteen colonies and the United States. One of the most common ways to resist slavery was to escape. At one point or another, hundreds of thousands of enslaved people tried to run away.
The project aims to create a database that digitizes, preserves, organizes, and enables analysis of all surviving runaway ads from the historical period of North American slavery. This database will be flexible enough not only to permit multiple kinds of analysis: biographical, textual, statistical, geographical.

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This project will create a database of searchable information about those who sought to escape their bondage. Not all of the the people who ran away from their masters in Georgian Britain were of African descent, and a small number were Native Americans or were from the Indian sub-continent. While some were not slaves, many were described by their masters in terms of slavery.
The principal sources for this project will be the advertisements placed in newspapers by slave-owners. The project will also locate and make available related newspaper, legal and other materials. At the heart of the project will be a searchable database of runaway slave advertisements from eighteenth-century English and Scottish newspapers.

This project will feature a database of related sources about the enslaved in eighteenth-century Britain, as well as resources for school teachers and learners.

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A brief guide to the sources of information available concerning past members of the University at various points in time. It gives details of published sources of information, which should be available in major references libraries, or, in some cases, available online, and alternatives where there are no published sources available. The guide is broken down into the following time periods: Members admitted to 1540 Members admitted from 1541 to 1886 Members admitted from 1880 to 1892 Members admitted from 1891 to July 1932 Members admitted after July 1932

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Four of the British Library’s Anglo-Saxon Chronicle manuscripts have been digitised by the British Library in full as part of their Anglo-Saxon manuscripts digitisation project. They are: Anglo-Saxon Chronicle B (4th quarter of 10th century-2nd half 14th century; Cotton MS Tiberius A VI) Anglo-Saxon Chronicle C (1st half 11th century-2nd half 12th century; Cotton MS Tiberius B I) Anglo-Saxon Chronicle D (Mid 11th century-2nd half of the 16th century; Cotton MS Tiberius B IV) Anglo-Saxon Chronicle F (4th quarter 11th century-1st half 17th century; Cotton MS Domitian A VIII)

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"Slave Biographies: The Atlantic Database Network is a database of information on the identities of enslaved people in the Atlantic World. Slave Biographies collates data on individual slaves meticulously collected by researchers over the past 20 years. Reviewed by an Advisory Board of experts, datasets include among other information the names, ethnicities, skills, occupations, and illnesses of slaves. The collections reveal much about slave life in the New World and about African slaves’ lives in parts of the Old World." Will also include Baptism Record Database for Slave Societies” which will provide "information on hundreds of thousands of slaves and free people of color, their owners, and their families in places such as colonial Cuba, Brazil, Colombia, Florida, and Louisiana."

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"This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions. This is a historical record of both the planned output and the BBC services of any given time. It should be viewed in this context and with the understanding that it reflects the attitudes and standards of its time - not those of today. "

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Global Middle Ages Project—G-MAP—an ambitious effort by an international collaboration of scholars to see the world whole, c. 500 to 1500 CE, to deliver the stories of lives, objects, and actions in dynamic relationship and change across deep time. The website provides an overview of projects researching aspects of the medieval history in different parts of the world.

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