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C19 Index is the bibliographic spine of 19th century research, providing integrated access to the most important finding aids for books, periodicals, official publications, newspapers and archives. Users of C19 Index can query its 18 collections simultaneously, or can conduct more detailed research using collection-specific search screens. C19 Index is a dynamic and growing resource, currently containing over 25 million bibliographic records for a full range of 19th century source material. The links below provide more detail on the 18 collections available in C19 Index.

Enhanced version of the Wellesley Index - now available!

An enhanced, standalone version of the Wellesley Index is now available to all C19 Index users, free of charge. This new version offers enhanced searching and browsing of all articles, contributors, pseudonyms, and periodical introductions. Results are grouped, allowing users to quickly focus on specific aspects of this complex material in ways that are not possible using the broader C19 Index, or the earlier print or CD-ROM versions of Wellesley. Extensive hyperlinking between the various record types is also available as well as MARC records for all of the indexed periodicals and for the database itself. A link to "Search the enhanced version of the Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals, 1824-1900" is available at the bottom of the Wellesley Index search screen, and each Wellesley record within C19 Index provides a link to the corresponding record in the Wellesley standalone version.

Should you wish to list the Wellesley Index on your list of databases, the URL for the new standalone version is:

For all customers in North America: http://wellesley.chadwyck.com
For all customers outside of North America: http://wellesley.chadwyck.co.uk

If you have any difficulties accessing the Wellesley standalone, please get in contact with us via the "Contact Us" link in the page footer.

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