Military & Government Reference

Research Databases

American Government   ·  Full Text

Available in both academic and school versions, American Government connects contemporary issues with the foundations of government and compares the political and economic systems of the United States with those of other countries.

International Security & Counter-Terrorism Reference Center   ·  Full Text

International Security & Counter Terrorism Reference Center is the definitive intelligence database for security and threat analysis. Essential for security analysts and researchers, it provides full-text articles, news feeds, reports, books and summaries covering regional conflict, terrorism, domestic security and risk management options.

Military Transition Support Center   ·  Full Text

Designed for military and government libraries and librarians, this database provides information to support service men and women transitioning out of the military and into civilian life. The resource can be used as part of formal or informal transition support programs or as a reference tool for military personnel and their families.

Political Science Complete   ·  Full Text

Designed specifically for students, researchers and government institutions, this full-text database covers political topics with a worldwide focus, reflecting the globalization of contemporary political discourse.

World at War: Understanding Conflict and Society   ·  Full Text

Whether they are investigating how the peace of World War I led to World War II or comparing U.S. involvement in Southeast Asia with the Iraq War, this database from ABC-CLIO helps students develop a deeper critical understanding of conflict.

World Politics Review   ·  Full Text

This unique database provides uncompromising analysis of critical global trends to give academics, policymakers and businesspeople the context they need to have the confidence they want.

Historical Digital Archives

Revolutionary War Era Orderly Books from the New-York Historical Society

Orderly Books were the controlling document of day-to-day life in the military, most notably during the Revolutionary War. This one-of-a-kind collection – developed in conjunction with the New-York Historical Society – offers access to Orderly Books found nowhere else and contains handwritten volumes documenting military orders, movements and engagements by brigade, regiment, company and other specific military units between 1748 and 1817.