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Uncurrent Events: Researching Racial Tensions and Labor Unrest in 1919 Chicago

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What impact does racial tension have on the economy? Learn more about the economic response to the 1919 race riots in Chicago. Read more

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Dismal Facts: “Reading” the Economic Report of the President at a Glance Using Sentiment Analysis

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Could the text in historical documents like those in FRASER help to predict future financial trends? This is a question explored in the area of study known as sentiment analysis. The practice of assessing public opinion in text in order … Read more

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FRASER Features: 15 Years of Treasures

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How well do you know FRASER? Test your knowledge of FRASER fun facts. Read more

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FRASER Features: Teaching and Learning

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Through partnership with the St. Louis Fed’s “Econ Ed” (Economic Education) team, FRASER now offers an easy-to-navigate menu of resources for anyone who wants to learn more about economics, history, or finance—and the teachers, professors, and librarians who help them … Read more

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Librarian Life: The FRASER Reference Desk

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Looking for help finding the right research document on FRASER? Check out our list of helpful resources, and learn how to ask a librarian for personalized help. Read more

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FRASER Features: Call Reports

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Answers to some frequently asked questions about the Call Reports collection on FRASER. Read more

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FRASER Features: Sharing FRASER Resources

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Learn more about how to use built-in site features to save, share, and navigate between FRASER resources. Read more

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FRASER Features: Search Improvements

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New and improved: Learn about changes to our search functionality and discover how to find the right sources for your research. Read more

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FRASER Features: Citing FRASER with Zotero

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Learn how to use the free citation manager, Zotero, to cite and manage resources from FRASER. Read more

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