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A Wee Bit o’ Fun: 7 Facts About St. Patrick’s Day
Today we’re going to shamrock your world with some St. Patrick’s Day facts that will make you feel like you’ve struck gold. From leprechauns to corned beef, get ready to jig your way into a wealth of information about this beloved Irish holiday.
Secrets of the Serial Set: The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952
Before 1952, U.S. immigration policy was haphazard—many laws existed, but they weren’t consolidated, and they were based on discriminatory quotas. In this edition of Secrets of the Serial Set, we examine the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952.
Ball-hers: The History of Women’s Basketball
In honor of March Madness and Women’s History Month, we’re using HeinOnline, and especially our Business and Legal Aspects of Sports and Entertainment (BLASE) database, to alley-oop into the fascinating history of women’s basketball.
Celebrating 4 Unsung Heroines for Women’s History Month
Many of us know the names of Sandra Day O’Connor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Harriet Tubman, but there are countless other women who have played significant roles in advancing women’s rights and social status throughout history.
The Story of “The Star-Spangled Banner”
Last Friday, March 3, was National Anthem Day in the United States. Why is that, you may ask? Well, March 3, 1931 was the day that “The Star-Spangled Banner” by Francis Scott Key was officially designated the national anthem.
New Database—Labor and Employment: The American Worker
Explore the plight and successes of America’s working class with HeinOnline’s Labor and Employment: The American Worker—an editorialized collection of 10,000+ titles that illuminate the history of labor conditions and employment law in the U.S.
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A HISTORICAL BLOG SERIES
The Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal. The Manhattan Project. The Louisiana Purchase.
In addition to writing about the above topics and more, HeinOnline’s authors are dedicated to illuminating the most essential research resources for their readers.
The Serial Set is a must-have publication for any historical researcher. With more than two centuries of documents spanning more than 17,000 volumes, no other publication so beautifully reflects the maturation of the United States. To demonstrate the value of the Serial Set, we’ve created a blog series dedicated to revealing the historical secrets hidden throughout the immense publication.
Each month, join HeinOnline as we explore notable events in U.S. history using the primary sources themselves.
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