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Selected Resources in History

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Essaying the Past - Jim Cullen
ISBN: 9781444351408
Publication Date: 2012-07-10


Documents of American History - Henry Steele Commager; Milton Cantor
Call Number: REFERENCE E173.D59 1988
ISBN: 0132172747
Publication Date: 1988-04-01

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Historical Knowledge - Susanna Fellman; Marjatta Rahikainen
ISBN: 9781443834513
Publication Date: 2012-01-01


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Eyewitnessing - Peter Burke
ISBN: 9781861892652
Publication Date: 2014-02-15

 

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Browse the Stacks -- History

Look for history books in the D-E-F range of the Library's book stacks

D 
World History; History of Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia & New Zealand


Pre-Columbian history, colonial history and history of the United States

F 1 -999
United States Local History (states, cities, regional histories)

F 1001-3799
British, Dutch, French & Latin America

Click here for more information on the Library of Congress Classification Outline

ILL Book Request

Fill out the Interlibrary Loan Book Request form to order a book that isn't available at the UGF Library. 

Your book will usually arrive within 5-10 days.  You may pick up your Interlibrary Loan book at the Library Circulation Desk. 

The checkout period is determined by the lending library and is usually 3-4 weeks. 

Out of state students should contact their local library to borrow books and other returnable materials.

 

Other Book Resources in History

  • eBook Central
    Formerly eBrary, eBook Central's Academic Complete database contains over 135,000 ebooks on a wide variety of academic topics.
  • eBooks from Ebsco  
      
    The Library has purchased over 7700 electronic books. For a complete list of books from this collection.
  • MontanaLibrary2Go
    Provides access to popular fiction and nonfiction audio & electronic books.
  • Women & Social Movements in the U.S.
    Designed to facilitate the study all aspects of women's history in America from colonial times to the present. It brings together primary documents, books, images, scholarly essays, book reviews, and teaching tools to offer a rich view of US history as seen through women's eyes.
  • WorldCat.org
    OCLC catalog of books, web resources, and other material worldwide. Contains all the records cataloged by more than 10,000 OCLC member libraries
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