Now Available to Search in Eight Centuries: Mapping Early American Elections
12 October 2022 by Paratext Editorial
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Data from the Mapping Early American Elections project is now available to search in Eight Centuries.
A project completed by the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University and made available for public use, Mapping Early American Elections (MEAE) is a database of United States election results from 1787 to 1825.
The nearly 13 thousand MEAE records in Eight Centuries link to fully mapped election results available on the project’s website.
Within this fascinating resource find granular election records for the most crucial formative periods in United States history. Find the election records on John Adams, George Clinton, John Jay, and many more candidates in early American elections.
MEAE is a valuable resource for any researcher working in the field of American history. Your patrons can begin searching today.
Users of Eight Centuries can access entries from the Mapping Early American Elections. Check your institution’s database subscriptions to find if you have access to Eight Centuries, or sign up for a free trial at https://public.paratext.com/customer/.
Data used courtesy of the Mapping Early American Elections project team, Mapping Early American Elections, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University (2019).