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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES FOR SEARCHING THE ATWOOD RESOURCE CENTER ARCHIVES
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES FOR RESEARCHING ALASKA
Anyone can use these databases in-house to view magazine and newspaper articles. They also have a large Alaskana book collection.
Collections cover history of UAA and general Alaska history. Web site has topical guides and lists of collections containing photographs.
Federal records pertaining to Alaska. Some ability to search collections online.
Photos collected or produced by the federal government are deposited at the National Archives. An index to the photo collections is available online.
Anyone can use the library's databases in-house to see magazine and newspaper articles. They also have a large Alaskana book collection. Archives are generally limited to Anchorage municipal history and are available in-house only.
Large map collection.
State and territorial records (archives); photographs and manuscript collections pertaining to the history of Alaska (Library Historical Collections); museum artifacts. Some of the state's collections are available here.
The Library of Congress collects everything and anything pertaining to the history of the United States. Also helpful is their American Memory site.
ADDITIONAL ALASKA DATABASES
A searchable database of historical photographs, albums, oral histories, moving images, maps, and other materials from libraries, museums, and archives throughout the state.
A searchable database for newspaper and magazine stories that can find citations and sometimes full-text articles.
A searchable database for newspaper and magazine stories that gives citation of articles, but does not include the actual article.