Encyclopedia of American Immigration
Designed and written to be understood by high school students and college undergraduates, the Encyclopedia of American Immigration covers the full breadth of American immigration history, providing a clear and innovative approach to immigration history using alphabetically arranged and easy-to-understand articles.
Provides historical and current uses of materials and techniques in a wide range of areas from painting and sculpture to non-traditional media such as digital and video art.
Covers ancient Egyptian civilization from the predynastic era to its eclipse in the seventh century CE, including art, architecture, religion, language, literature, trade, politics, everyday social life and the culture of the court.
Covers the religious and social changes that altered the face of Europe in the sixteenth century, encompassing not only issues of church polity and theology but also developments in politics, economics, demographics, art and literature.
Electronic access to over 1,000 articles on diseases, disorders, treatments, procedures, specialties, anatomy, biology, and medical issues. Also contains over 400 photographs and illustrations. This electronic resource includes the entire contents of both Magill's Medical Guide and Salem Press's reference book, Cancer.
Salem History provides online access to the following reference books: Milestone Documents of American Leaders, Milestone Documents of American History, Musicians and Composers of the Twentieth Century, The Seventies in America, The Sixties in America and Milestone Documents in African American History. Browse and search for full-text articles and primary sources with this online reference collection.