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C19: The Nineteenth Century Index
C19: The Nineteenth Century Index is a one-stop finding tool covering multiple content types, providing records for millions of documents ranging from books and newspapers to government documents and periodicals at the article level.
Cambridge Books Online (CBO)
Access to the full text of over 500 books published by Cambridge University Press and covering the humanities, social and natural sciences, medicine, and English language teaching. Please note: NYPL has access to content published beginning in 2015. To see a list of these titles (while at an NYPL library location), click here. All other titles provide access to tables of contents and indices only.
Career Insider (Vault)
Premier career resource. Find career guides, industry guides, company and employer profiles, topics guides and more. Industry overviews bring you inside 40 top industries, from investment management to manufacturing. Find details on career path, salary ranges, industry outlook and more.
Caribbean Newspapers (1718-1876)
Includes the first series of Caribbean titles digitized from the American Antiquarian Society's collections. More than 140 newspaper titles, from 22 countries are covered in this database, providing primary source content on colonial history, slave trade, and commerce.
CASSIS: Classification and Search Support Information System
Indexing (1969 - Present) and abstracting (1994 - Present) for U.S. patents and current and pending federally registered Trademarks (1790 - Present), as well as information on patent classifications and assignments.
This site provides access to over 3,500 registers from 1,086 Catholic parishes in Ireland and Northern Ireland which have been digitized and made freely available by the National Library of Ireland (NLI). The registers include baptisms and marriages, and date between 1740-1880. Approximately 373,000 digital images have been scanned from the NLI collection of 550 microfilm reels.
CCH Omnitax Library
Includes all the information from more than a dozen of its well-known tax resources. Foremost are the Standard Federal Tax Reporter, the Estate and Gift Tax Reporter, the Internal Revenue Manual and the New York Tax Reporter. But the Library also includes the Tax Cases, including memoranda, revenue rulings, Treasury decisions, comprehensive presentations of the tax treaties and a range of the IRS Publications. There are also several current awareness news sources and tax guides.
Includes the full set of Census data from Block Group level up to the nation, all 16 geographies included in the Census long form databases STF3A to D, all tracts, places, counties, states, Congressional districts, Zip codes, etc., for over 375,000 geographic locations in the US. It has all 3,500+ Census demographic variables for every area along with millions of street addresses from Tiger94, all distributed by the US Census Bureau.
Directory of addresses to obtain vital records (birth, marriage, divorce, and death certificates) from each state and U.S. territory. Also includes foreign birth and death certificates for U.S. citizens.
Provides an alphabetical listing by country of Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of foreign governments.
Chinese Pamphlets (1947-1954)
Chinese pamphlets, picture books and other propaganda issued during the early period of the People's Republic of China.
Choice Reviews Online
Online source for reviews of academic books, electronic media, and Internet resources of interest to those in higher education. Also includes lists of forthcoming titles.
A major daily newspaper covering national and international news. Published in the US and noted for unbiased, concise and comprehensive coverage.
Chronicle of Higher Education
The Chronicle of Higher Education Online is the top destination for news, advice, and jobs for people in academe. Published every weekday.
CIAO (Columbia International Affairs Online)
A comprehensive source for theory and research in international affairs.
Civil War: a newspaper perspective
Contains selected full-text articles from issues of the New York Herald, the Charleston Mercury, and the Richmond Enquirer.
Classic Mexican Cinema Online
This resource, the first online collection from Latin America published by Brill, covers the Golden Age of Mexican cinema, from the 1930s to 1960. It features popular film periodicals, such as Cinema Reporter and Cinema Mundial, together with lobby cards and the personal scrap book of filmmaker Fernando de Fuentes.