The following announcement was written by EBSCO Publishing. While not mentioned in this announcement, the EBSCO services are available at your nearest subscribing library. Not all libraries subscribe to all EBSCO services. However, you should ask at your local library. Most reference librarians are also familiar with the services offered by other libraries in the area.
EBSCO Publishing (www.ebscohost.com) and Footnote (www.footnote.com) have expanded the genealogy resources available in libraries with the release of the Footnote History and Genealogy Archives Plus and Footnote Holocaust Archives. The resources bring an unprecedented collection of original historical documents and personal histories to users. The new resources provide an unaltered view of the events, places, and people that shaped the history of America and the world.
Footnote History and Genealogy Archives Plus includes an array of valuable and unique content consisting of more than 60 million pages of historical documents and images. The database features millions of images available from a content partnership with The National Archives-most never before available on the internet. Footnote History and Genealogy Archives Plus includes documents relating to the Revolutionary War, Civil War, World War I, World War II, U.S. presidents, Census data, historical newspapers, and naturalization documents. Resources making up Footnote History and Genealogy Archives Plus include Footnote History and Genealogy Archives, African American Archives, American Revolution Archives, Native American Archives, U.S. Bureau of Investigation Case File Archives, and the World War II Archives.
Footnote Holocaust Archives was created in partnership with the National Archives and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. The database presents records pertaining to the seizure of Jews' assets by the Nazis during the Holocaust, as well as German property subsequently subject to restitution. Documents include Ardelia Hall Collection (1945-1952)-which documents the repatriation of Jews' personal possessions that were seized by the Nazis during the Holocaust; Dachau Concentration Camp Entry Records; Flossenburg Concentration Camp Entry Registers; Mauthausen Death Books; Captured German Records-concentration camp records including administrative reports, releases, and deaths; German War Crime Records; Nuremberg Interrogation Records and Concentration Camp Pages-background on each camp, maps, timelines of events, and accounts of key events. Footnote Holocaust Archives also includes more than 600 stories of individual victims and survivors made available through a partnership with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Users can easily search for a name they may know or browse the entire collection.
Footnote.com is a subscription website that features searchable original documents.