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National Geographic Magazine Archive, 1888-1994

The National Geographic Magazine Archive, 1888-1994, is a Gale/Cengage Digital Collection.

Description:

Every article, every photograph and every map of this vast knowledge base is faithfully reproduced in National Geographic Magazine Archive, 1888-1994. With comprehensive, timely articles and legendary photographs and maps, the magazine documents life on our planet and beyond, and interprets the world's sweeping changes through the lens of personal experience. Through the decades, National Geographic has brought its readers gripping first-person accounts of epic exploration and discovery. From Hiram Bingham's work at Machu Picchu, to Jane Goodall's groundbreaking research with chimpanzees, to Robert Ballard's discovery of the Titanic.
 
The Archive will release in May 2012.

Pricing:

Cost is based on type of library and total population served.

  • A 30% discount is available for an order submitted by June 25, 2012.
  • The archive is a one-time cost with a small annual hosting fee.
  • Gale will defer invoicing and split payments over multiple years upon request.
Please email Susan Knisely with your total population served for a price quote.

Subscription Term:

The archive is a one-time cost with a small annual hosting fee (see attached for pricing detail).

Deadline:

A 30% discount is available for an order submitted by June 25, 2012.

To Place an Order:

Please email Susan Knisely.

Technical Support:

Notes:

  • Billing is through NLC

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