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History   Tags: archives, cal, history, humanities, primary_sources  

Resources for historical research, focusing on primary sources.
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Library Resources

You can use the library's catalog to find books from your chosen time period, and the rest of the resources for articles about your topic.

Digital Archives

These resources will help you find primary sources on your topic, including correspondence, photographs, maps, government records and original drawings and notebooks.

Nature & Scientific American

The library has print copies of Nature (from 1869) and Scientific American (from 1916). These are a great place to look for articles on inventions, innovations or science topics from a historical perspective. You can use the links below to browse for the articles you want, and then you can find the magazines on the third floor of the library. (If you need help locating them, just ask at the Reference Desk.) We have several (free) scanning stations on the first floor, where you can scan copies of the pages you want.

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