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African-American History Collection

 

A primary focus of the HeirLoom Project is to preserve and promote the history of the African-American experience in Northeast Texas. The African-American digital collection serves as a central location for historical documents relating to the history of African-Americans in this region. The content found on this page comes from the …

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African-American History Collection

American War Experience - Cold War

The Cold War refers to the era that began after the end of World War II, and ended with the collapse of the Soviet Union.  There is no exact start and end date, but it has become common to say that the Cold War started in approximately 1947 and ended in 1991.  Much of the world fell under two main spheres of influence during this time; …

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American War Experience - Cold War

American War Experience - Korean War

The American War Experience – Korean War digital collection houses photographs, materials, and oral histories related to the Korean War. Some of the material for the Korean War Digital Collection resides in the Special Collections Department of James G. Gee Library on the campus of Texas A&M University-Commerce, but the majority of the …

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American War Experience - Korean War

American War Experience - Vietnam War

The Vietnam War (also the Second Indochina War) is often viewed as a product of the Cold War between the United States and Russia.  The country of Vietnam was divided into North and South.  The government of North Vietnam was communist, and therefore allied with Russia, while the government of South Vietnam identified as democratic, …

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American War Experience - Vietnam War

American War Experience - World War II

When Pearl Harbor was bombed on December 7, 1941, the United States was thrust into war on two fronts. The actions of all Americans came to be viewed in terms of winning the war. Everyone was expected to do their part to ensure victory, whether you were a soldier fighting on the front lines, a factory worker making munitions, or a …

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American War Experience - World War II

About the collections



Texas A&M University-Commerce Libraries' Northeast Texas Digital Collections is comprised of more than 40 distinct collections, which are very diverse in terms of content, size, and scope.

Many of the collections were created through partnerships with area public libraries, museums, and historical associations, which were facilitated by grant funds, while others are selected items that have been digitized from the Special Collections Department of Texas A&M University-Commerce Libraries.  The goal of our digitization effort is to preserve, and provide sustained online access to materials that were previously inaccessible due to medium, format, or location.

 

Accessibility Statements

For Faculty: If you plan to incorporate digital collections or items hosted in our digital collections in your classes, please notify the Special Collections Department of Gee Library so that we may work with you to identify and resolve any issues related to accessibility compliance.

For Researchers: Please contact the Special Collections Department of Gee Library should you encounter any accessibility issues (such as screen reader errors) while using the digital collections. 

Andrea Weddle-Head of Archives and Special Collections Andrea.Weddle@tamuc.edu

Adam Northam-Digital Collections Librarian Adam.Northam@tamuc.edu

 

 

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