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Digitized materials from the A.J. Ayer Collection at the Newberry Library, covering American Indians and their involvement in territorial disputes, U.S. Government relations, missionary activity, education, colonialism, and more
Digitized materials from the Everett D. Graff collection of the Newberry Library in Chicago. The collection has a wide variety of maps, photographs, manuscripts, and other materials relating to exploration of the American West.
Documents relating to the European settlement of Africa, North America, Central America, Australia, and New Zealand, including maps, exploration diaries, diplomatic correspondence, and business records.