The website Creating French Culture traces the history of this relationship from Charlemagne (b. 742?-d. 814) to Charles de Gaulle (b. 1890-d. 1970), through the prism of more than 200 magnificent 'treasures' on loan from the Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris.
Online catalog of the holdings of the Center for Research Libraries (CRL), which includes over 5 million items including U.S. and international newspapers; foreign journals and dissertations; government documents, and a wide range of other primary source material. Middlebury's membership in CRL allows us unlimited borrowing of CRL material via Interlibrary Loan (put a note in your request if the item is available from CRL).
A portal to digitized historic population censuses, newspapers and letters. The archives have separate databases for searching genealogy records, private records as well as documents on slavery.
The site also contains research guides and bibliographies to help you navigate the archive's primary sources.