The Libraries have purchased four more archives in Nineteenth Century Collections Online (NCCO). NCCO is multi-year global digitization and publishing program focusing on primary source collections of the long nineteenth century.
Mapping the World: Maps and Travel Literature includes maps representing the long 19th century from the the British Library, and the UK National Archives. Maps representing the Americas, and in particular America's westward expansion, have been provided by the American Antiquarian Society. The archive also has an extensive collection of European Travel accounts from Bryn Mawr and other sources.
Children's Literature and Childhood includes books and periodicals for children, primers and other material related to education, pamphlets produced by child welfare groups, documents and photos related to children and crime, newspapers produced by youths, and much more. Primarily in English, the archive also includes material in German, French, and other languages.
Through the archive Religion, Society, Spirituality, and Reform users can examine primary documents centering around many of the debates around religion in the 19th century, such as religion and science, and religion and the women's movement. Geographic coverage is primarily the UK and the US. Some foreign language items are included. Some titles include: Friend's Quarterly (1867-1926), Revue de l'art Chretien (1857-1914), and Zeitschrift für christliche Kunst (1888-1921).
Science, Technology, and Medicine: 1780-1925, Part II has some three million pages of scientific material from the late seventeenth century through the first quarter of the twentieth century, with a primary focus on the nineteenth century. The archive is divided into four major parts: academies of science publications (1665 to 1925), natural history (1780 to 1924), public health, and entomology.