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Supported by the America for Bulgaria Foundation, the National Academic Library and Information System (NALIS) portal is an union catalog of 22 research and academic libraries in Bulgaria. The portal includes bibliographic information about the libraries' electronic resources and information services.
The United Kingdom's central advisory body on archives and manuscripts relating to British history.
An independent Federal agency that preserves U.S. historical documents and oversees the management of all Federal records.
Nationalatlas.gov is the one of the most complete sources of national maps and geographic information for the United States. It contains an online map maker, dynamic maps, printable maps, articles, free GIS data, and additional resources for geographic information about the United States.
Full content from National Geographic Magazine; National Geographic Kids; and National Geographic: People, Animals, and the World, from 1888 to the present. Search covers, articles, images, maps, and advertisements, or browse by issue. Also included are topic guides, including guides specifically for childen, and Common Core teaching resources.
"The National Map is a collaborative effort among the USGS and other Federal, State, and local partners to improve and deliver topographic information. It has many uses ranging from recreation to scientific analysis to emergency response. The geographic information available from The National Map includes orthoimagery (aerial photographs), elevation, geographic names, hydrography, boundaries, transportation, structures, and land cover. "
National Newspapers Premier (ProQuest)
Searchable full text from the 1980's to the present of over 25 local, regional and national newspapers including the the New York Daily News, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and The Christian Science Monitor.
Search more than 100,000 portrait records from the Catalog of American Portraits, which includes images of American subjects or by American artists, generally limited to one-of-a-kind likenesses such as paintings, sculpture, drawings, miniatures, silhouettes, and daguerreotypes.
Index to the Kings County (Brooklyn) naturalization records located in the Kings County Clerk's Office.
Nature is a weekly international journal publishing the finest peer-reviewed research in all fields of science and technology. Nature also provides news and interpretation of topical and coming trends affecting science, scientists and the wider public.
Profiles of 2,000 institutional money managers and their 8,000 investment products.
New England Journal of Medicine
Full text issues in biomedical science and clinical practice from 1990-present.
Digital database of Manhattan building permits issued between 1900-1986, searchable by address, owner, architect, building type, and other fields.
A subset of the Making of America digital library (the University of Michigan site), this collection consists of 335 volumes focusing on New York City, including several editions of the Directory of social and health agencies of New York City. The
The Neighborhood Preservation Center and Landmarks Preservation Commission have joined together to provide free online access to Landmark designation reports. Designation reports explain the architectural, historical or cultural significance of an individual landmark or historic district.
New York City Property Mapping Information
LotInfo Pro provides access to lot information data including building footprints and dimensions, assessed and sale valuation and ownership.
New York Magazine covers, analyzes, comments on and defines the news, culture, entertainment, lifestyle, fashion and personalities that drive New York City. New York Magazine, founded in April 1968, reaches 1.6 million readers each week and is published by New York Media Holdings, LLC.
A resource for researching New York City apartment buildings, this collection can be browsed or searched by address, building name, neighborhood, architect, and owner/agent.
New York Review of Books (NYRB)
The online archive of the biweekly book review and journal featuring articles on literature, culture and current affairs.
New York State County Histories
Full-text searchable 19th century histories of counties in all of New York state.
Contains public documents regarding professional misconduct and discipline taken.