Electronic Resources are only available to current UNT students, staff, and faculty. Access for guests is available on-campus only. for more information.
- Provides a scholarly collection providing full text journal coverage for nearly all academic areas of study - including social sciences, humanities, education, computer sciences, engineering, language and linguistics, arts & literature, medical sciences, and ethnic studies, etc. Full text for nearly 4,600 scholarly publications.
Book Review Digest - Abstracts/reviews of English-language fiction and non-fiction from approximately 100 U.S., Canadian, and British periodicals; may include reviews of the same book; includes children's books.
- Provides ordering information for English-language books published throughout the world. Reviews are included for selected books.
- H-Net Reviews in the Humanities and Social Sciences is an online scholarly review resource.
- JSTOR provides access to archived backfiles of journals in Arts & Sciences, Business, Language & Literature, General Science, Ecology & Botany, and Music. Journals may be browsed or searched.
- Perform a catalog SUBJECT search for the term, "Books -- Reviews -- Periodicals." This will lead you to 75 periodicals, including several online databases, dedicated to book reviews. Also, perform a catalog SUBJECT search for the term, "History -- Periodicals." This lists 213 journals and other periodicals dedicated to the study of history.
In the UNT Libraries, there are census records available for some years in the Government Documents Department in the Eagle Commons Library and the Microforms Department on the Lower Level (ask for help at the Service Desk on the 1st floor). Census records are also on line:
All U.S. Federal Population Census records from 1790 through 1940 may be viewed on HeritageQuest Online. Only certain years and states are available for searching on HeritageQuest Online at this time. UMI, the company that makes HeritageQuest Online, is continually adding searching capability. As of 01/04 censuses available for searching are: 1790 – 1820, 1860 – 1870, 1900 – 1910, and some states in the 1920 and 1930 censuses.
Online vs. microfilm:
Historical Publications on the Bureau of the Census website: