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Early English Books Online

Professor Robert A. Hatch - University of Florida

Early English Books Online, or EEBO, represents one of the premier scholarly resource for scholars, teachers, and students interested in primary printed sources of the Early Modern period, including the Scientific Revolution (Copernicus to Newton). What follows is a detailed introduction and overview of some of the holdings of EEBO. For the convenience of the reader, the titles of available printed works have been arranged by topic, then by year of imprint. Some of the categories are anachronistic. Nevertheless, these listings are intended to provide a clearer idea of the precise holdings of EEBO and to guide and direct potential users of the site, scholars, teachers, and students. Please note that EEBO is accessible by subscription. For further details please see information provided at the EBBO site. RAH  

EEBO - Early English Books Online - EEBO

EEBO - Early English Books Online - Contains page images, in Adobe PDF format, of 125,000 books (22.5 million pages) covering the years 1473-1700, as listed in the Pollard and Redgrave, Wing, and Thomason Tracts catalogs. With its substantial coverage of printed material found in England between 1473 and 1700, EEBO provides rich research possibilities for students interested in a wide variety of topics in early modern studies. For information About the Collection see the EBBO WebSite for the following: About Early English Books Online and About Pollard & Redgrave's Short-Title Catalogue and About Wing's Short-Title Catalogue and About the Thomason Tracts and About Early English Books Tract Supplement. For further information, see EBBO Featured Content. . The selection and scholarly possibilities are simply staggering in scope and implication. The vast majority of texts are in English. The following topical areas relating to the Scientific Revolution are merely suggestive of the EEBO holdings. They are intended to guide research and to assist in establishing research topics in teaching with the aid of primary sources.

Anatomy & Physiology
Brain - Mind - Soul - Spirit
Medicine & Related Topics
Natural History
Natural Philosophy
The Royal Society of London
'Science' in Context
Women of Learning & Related Topics

Other Electronic Sites - Primary & Secondary Scholarly Resources

GALLICA - Bibliothèque Nationale Paris - GALLICA

JSTOR - The Scholarly Journal Archive - JSTOR

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