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- Children's Defense Fund Collection
- In partnership with the Children's Defense Fund (CDF), this digital collection highlights historical publications representing its 35-year history as children's rights advocates. The pilot project provides access to Children's Defense Fund publications and reports on federal and state policies, laws, and pending legislation that directly benefit or harm children. Each publication offers significant data on numerous child statistics as well as information on child policy, including health and mental health, child welfare, early childhood and youth development, juvenile justice, and family income.
- Newfound Press
Newfound Press, the University Libraries digital imprint, advances
the community of learning by experimenting with effective and open
of scholarly communication. Drawing on the resources that the university has invested in digital library development, Newfound Press collaborates with authors and researchers to bring new forms of publication to an
expanding scholarly universe. We consider manuscripts in all disciplines, encompassing scientific research, humanistic scholarship, and artistic creation.
- Henry Pippitt Diaries
Three journals kept by Union soldier Henry Pippitt intimately describe
life in Company G of the 104th Ohio Volunteer Infantry during the
American Civil War. The collection is unusual in that it covers the
regiment's entire term of service, providing a history of the 104th
Ohio as well as a glimpse into Henry Pippitt's life as a soldier.
Pippitt's journals describe battles, troop movements, and camp conditions.
The diaries are the property of the Mohican Historical Society's Cleo
Redd Fisher Museum in Loudonville, Ohio, which graciously allowed
the UT Libraries to digitize the journals and make them available.
- Southern Manuscript Sermons before 1800:
A Bibliographic Database Edited by Michael A. Lofaro
- For many years early sermonic literature has proven to be the key
to the understanding of the New England mind through the study of
Puritan texts and, by extension and implication of scholarly emphases,
the American mind. The bibliography is the first guide to the study
of the manuscript sermon literature of the Southern colonies/States
of Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.
No other tool exists.
This bibliographic database will help scholars construct a fuller picture of
the regional nature of the Southern mind before 1800 as well as its
contribution to a national ethos, ultimately leading to a more balanced
appraisal of American intellectual history by providing access to a
considerable body of Southern sermons to place alongside those of the
Northern and Middle states for critical assessment.
- Let Trace host your journal! Trace is a University of Tennessee digital archive that showcases and preserves published and unpublished works by faculty, departments, programs, research centers, and institutes. Free online access via Trace makes UT research, scholarship and public service easily discoverable anywhere in the world.