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HIST 2232 - J. Altenhofel: Books

A guide for History 2232-20 (Civil Rights Movement)

Finding Books in the Library

Locating books on your topic will help you understand the full scope of your topic. You do not need to read the entire book, but you should read the chapters that are relevant and interesting to you that focus on a specific aspect of the topic. Below are suggestions for further reading on the topics assigned to this course.

Search the library catalog for print and online books. Type your keywords into the box below, for example race discrimination AND education. Limit to the type of source you want by choosing the appropriate box from the options to the left of your search results. For more information on locating print books and using eBooks see these library pages:

OneSearch Help, What is a Call Number? and eBooks