History- Subject Guide
In This Guide You Will Find:
This subject guide focuses on information and resources dedicated to the study of American and world history. You will find links to online research databases and print resources related to history, resources recommended by a librarian or professor, suggested Internet sites, featured books in our collection and more.
Finding Books and Journals
Books at the Easter Library are organized according to the Library of Congress (LC) Classification system. Each call number range represents a particular subject. See below for a few examples of call number assignments for books related to history. For a complete breakdown of these classes and their subcategories, please see the LC Classification link below.
- D-DX - World History
- E 11-143 - America
- E 151-909 - United States
- F 1-975 - United States Local History
- F 1001-1145.2 - British America (Including Canada); Dutch America
- F 1170 - French America
- F 1201-3799 - Latin America; Spanish America
You can find print journals by searching the online catalog or browsing the collection in the library (arranged alphabetically by title).
The library subscribes and offers access to several databases that contain both citations and full-text articles for numerous journal articles. EBSCO Academic Search Complete and ProQuest offer the largest variety, covering different disciplines.
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