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Black Abolitionist Papers: Full Record View

A guide to all aspects of ProQuest's Black Abolitionist Papers database including content, searching, and viewing results.

Full Record View Tips

The Full Record page displays the full bibliographic details of a document. Full records can be accessed from the Search Results page

1) Add item to the Marked List

Click the Add to Marked List checkbox to save the document to your Marked List for the current session.

2) Where available, records contain the following information:

  • Title
  • Reel frame
  • Date
  • Author
  • Type
  • Category
  • Thesaurus terms
  • Name Subject
  • Location Subject
  • Organization Subject

3) Previous/Next result

These links take you to the previous or next record in your Search Results without needing to return to the Search Results page.

4) Tools

Marked List - This link takes you to the Marked List page, where you can view any records you have selected in the current session.

Search History - You can view your searches for the current session by clicking on this link.

Back to results/View Contents - This link returns you to the Search Results page or View Contents page depending on where you accessed the Full Record from.

Durable URL - View the durable URL for the page by clicking on this link. A layer will open, from which you can copy and paste the highlighted URL.

Email - You can email the full record by clicking the Email link in the side panel to open the Email page.

Print view - Open a version of the Full Record with all graphical elements and navigation stripped out ready for printing.

Download Citation - Download the citation in your chosen format or export it to your chosen citation manager.

Save item in My Archive - Store the current record in the Saved Items area of My Archive and come back to it at a later date by clicking the "Save item in My Archive" link.

5) Document Formats

Where appropriate, there will also be links to the Full Text, Document Images and Document Images (PDF).

Full Record Page View