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Cross search enabled for historical documents

 Gale has announced the release of Gale NewsVault, an online platform that enables cross-searching of Gale’s historical newspaper and periodical collections from a single interface.
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Gale, part of Cengage Learning, has announced the release of Gale NewsVault, an online platform that enables cross-searching of Gale’s historical newspaper and periodical collections from a single interface.

Users are able to simultaneously search or browse across multiple products offered by their institution, and view bibliographic information for documents in all Gale newspaper and periodical collections returned, even if their library has not purchased access to that particular collection.

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