BIBLIOGRAPHY OF EARLY AMERICAN LAW (BEAL)
Item #: 1227
Published: Buffalo; William S. Hein & Co., Inc./Bflo; 1998.
Subjects: BIBLIOGRAPHY, LEGAL HISTORY
This set covers the period from the beginnings of Americanhistory up to and including 1860. It lists the monographicand trial literature on American law and legal developmentregardless of language or place of publication. It alsoincludes works on foreign, comparative, and internationallaw if published in the United States. There are more than15,000 items listed in this set, including: treatises,bibliographies, commentaries, digests, lectures, polemics,biographies, trials (both civil and criminal), andnumerous other documents of importance to this period.The entries are divided into four major sections:Monographs, Civil Trials, Criminal Trials, and SpecialProceedings. Eight indexes are included for multiple pointsof access to the set. The CD-ROM (powered by FOLIO)gives even greater searching capabilities to the set.
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