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Sunday, April 30, 2006

British History Online

Via Natalie Bennett at Philobiblon:
British History Online has got a further tranche of money from the Andrew W Mellon Foundation. From an email source (doesn’t seem to be online):

“Phase II of the project, from 1 August 2006, will see the expansion of the British History Online digital library to include the National Archives Calendars of State Papers, Domestic (1547-1704, 1760-75), a further 40 volumes of the Victoria County History and a range of sources for the social, administrative, economic and political history of Britain.”

This is an incredible site, but to date it hasn't been as good on our period as it could be. The addition of the CSP Dom for 1547-1704 will be a major improvement. Great news.

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