Cape Coral, FL (June 14, 2011) – Accessible Archives, Inc.©, an electronic publisher of primary source historical databases, has signed an agreement with ShipIndex.org to create links between their databases. The links will take users directly from a reference in ShipIndex.org to a newspaper article from Accessible Archives. Thousands of links are now available for ShipIndex.org subscription customers. Accessible Archives customers will see the full text with one click.
Painstaking research was involved, but project participants enlisted the help of licensing and technology experts at Unlimited Priorities®, the exclusive sales and marketing agent for Accessible Archives.
Iris Hanney, Unlimited Priorities President said: “We love working with entrepreneurial companies to make their content more discoverable. In this case, we focused on maritime material from the Civil War era because of its 150th anniversary, but that is just the first step.”
We love working with entrepreneurial companies to make their content more discoverable. –Iris Hanney
Genealogists and academics will want to mine ShipIndex.org to learn more about a specific vessel on which an individual traveled, served, or worked.
Sail by the waves of attendees at the American Library Association Conference in New Orleans next week and visit Booths 2225 (Accessible Archives/Unlimited Priorities) and 3818 (Ship Index).
About Accessible Archives, Inc.
Founded in 1990, Accessible Archives provides vast quantities of archived historical information previously available only in microformat, hard copy, or images. Primary source material reflecting broad views across American history and culture have been assembled to allow access to leading books, newspapers, and periodicals then current, as identified by dedicated instructors and students of Americana. Accessible Archives will continue to add titles covering important topics and time periods.
About Ship Index
ShipIndex.org tells people — researchers, genealogists, artists, historians, model shipbuilders, and many others — which books, magazines, websites, databases, CD-ROMs, and more, mention the ships they’re researching. Over 140,000 citations are freely available, and the premium database contains nearly 2 million citations, and is always growing. ShipIndex.org was created by Peter McCracken and Mike McCracken, two co-founders of Serials Solutions.
About Unlimited Priorities
Unlimited Priorities serves small to mid-size companies in the information industry. A highly skilled group of professionals provide executive-level support services in Sales, Marketing, Business Development, Finance, Operations, Production, Technology, Content Development, and Licensing. Our new Archival Initiatives Division provides advice to libraries, historical societies, and industry associations in selecting, distributing, and monetizing their valuable archival content. Our goal is to enhance our clients’ abilities to succeed, offering realistic and affordable solutions.