UCB Law Library's Database List title, as of September 8, 2014: Making of modern law, primary sources 1620-1926; 1763-1979.
[Farmington Hills, Mich.] : Gale, c2010-
Primary Sources collection designed to complement Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises, 1800-1926, is a fully searchable digital archive consisting of two parts. Part I, 1620-1926 contains more than 1,300 individual titles consisting of about 2,225 volumes sourced chiefly from the Lillian Goldman Law Library at Yale University. Part II, 1763-1979, extends the archive into the 20th century with additional materials. Approximately 1.8 million pages spanning over 300 years of legal primary sources, such as early U.S. state codes, city charters, constitutional conventions and compilations legal dictionaries, and published records of the American Colonies, provided by the Law Library of Congress.
Formatted Contents Note
I. 1620-1926: Early state codes, Constitutional conventions, Municipal codes, Legal dictionaries, Published records of American colonies II. 1763-1979: Debate over slavery and race law after reconstruction, due process, Native American & U.S. government relations, African Americans and women's right to vote, Progressive era and new deal legislation, Crime and punishment (penal codes), Health and safety codes, Business and corporate law, Revenue and taxation, Welfare and labor, Military and veterans affairs, Education and school systems, Transportation, and much more.
Source of Description
Description based on site viewed September 3, 2014; title from title page.