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Early English Books online

Friends:

A long-running effort by a group of libraries, the Text Creation Partnership, has announced that it has opened free online access to the transcribed text of the first 25,000 Early English Books (EEBO) .  You will still need access to the proprietary databases to view the page images, but the TCP project will retrieve the transcribed text of the books and supports full-text searching.

A home page that you can use for searching  can be found at:

http://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eebogroup/

Early English Books online

Friends:

A long-running effort by a group of libraries, the Text Creation Partnership, has announced that it has opened free online access to the transcribed text of the first 25,000 Early English Books (EEBO) .  You will still need access to the proprietary databases to view the page images, but the TCP project will retrieve the transcribed text of the books and supports full-text searching.

A home page that you can use for searching  can be found at:

http://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eebogroup/

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