America History and Life indexes the literature of the history and culture of the United States and Canada, from prehistory to the present
EconLit is the American Economic Association's bibliography of journal articles, books, book reviews, working papers and dissertations.
EIU.com (Economist Intelligence Unit). Be sure to connect through the library webpage in order to be "recognized" by the EIU database. This full-text resource is updated frequently and gives country profiles and business/economic information.
Ethnic NewsWatch Looking for articles and news written from the minority perspective? This mostly full-text collection can be searched by "All Ethnic Groups" or can focus on a specific racial/ethnic group, such as African American/Caribbean/African
JSTOR, short for "Journal Storage Project," searches a diverse collection of academic journals. Search TIP: use the Advanced Search to focus your search on the sociology journal collection.
PsycINFO is the the American Psychological Association's flagship database of 2.4 million articles, books and other international documents in psychology going back over a century. 98% peer-reviewed!
Sage Journals Online is a collection of over 560 journals from this publisher. Use the Search box to look in all of the journals for your research topic!
Social Services Abstracts indexes current research on social work, human services, and related areas, including social welfare, social policy, and community development.
Sociological Abstracts is THE major index/abstract of international literature in sociology, social policy and change. Click on the Husky to check for full text.
Web of Knowledge provides citation information and analysis, as well as author abstracts, in this multidisciplinary database with over 8,500 high impact research journals.
Immigration, the Changing Face of America, is a resource collection for educators on the topic of immigration. Parts include Immigration to the United States, 1851-1900 webpage with an overview of the period and links to documents and primary sources in the Library of Congress digital collection.
Segments of collection covers Mexican immigration., provides educational materials on Native Americans, and links to a PDF Senate Hearing report on legislation to provide relief to Haitian refugees
Open Collections Program: Immigration to the United States, 1789-1930, is a web-based collection of selected materials in the Harvard University libraries, archives and museums documenting voluntary immigration to the US. The Immigration timeline is especially helpful.