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Over several decades, Readex has published many of the most widely used collections of primary source research materials in academic libraries, first as Readex Microprint Corporation and since 1984 as a division of NewsBank.
Academic librarians, faculty and scholars recognize Readex for its efforts to transform research in the humanities and social sciences and to dramatically reshape the study and teaching of centuries of history, literature, culture and daily life. Today, Readex continues to play a leadership role by creating comprehensive and authoritative digital resources. Among these online collections are the Archive of Americana—a family of historical books, newspapers, and government publications that includes Early American Imprints, Early American Newspapers and much more.
“Readex has been a leader for nearly 70 years in delivering unique, important and carefully curated collections of primary sources,” says President Alar Elken. “We partner with many of the world's most renowned repositories, libraries and historical societies to identify and digitize primary source documents that are compelling in the classroom and vital for researchers.”
New collections for American history research and teaching include Early American Newspapers, Series 16, 1800-1877: Industry and the Environment; Territorial Papers of the United States; Native American Indians; American Sermons; Nineteenth-Century American Drama; American Underworld: The Flash Press; African Americans and Jim Crow, and others.