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HIST 222 Early Modern Europe, 1450 - 1750: Find Books

A guide for Dr. Cavert's HIST 222 Early Modern Europe course

Use CLICsearch to find Books

Search the CLIC Catalog:

Use the search box on the right to perform a basic keyword search.  An advanced search limited to CLIC Catalog will let you search by keyword, title, or author.  Once you find a relevant book or two, look within those records for promising subject headings: click on one of them to perform a new search on that term to find more. Be sure to browse the shelves in the area where you find a promising book for more relevant titles.

Browse the Shelves by Library of Congress Classifications:

The following Library of Congress classifications may be useful when browsing at the O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library for books on historical topics. Books with call numbers starting with ‘D’ are located the sublevel. Books with ‘E’ and ‘F’ call numbers are located on the lower level.

   • D World History including Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia
   • E United States History (including colonial period)
   • F United States Local History, Canada, Central & South America

Worldcat Search - Simple

Search for an item in libraries nation-wide:
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Use WorldCat to search for books nation-wide, and use the ILLIAD interlibrary loan system to get them sent here.

CLICsearch book search

Results here are limited to books, ebooks, and book chapters.

InterLibrary Loan

Request books, articles, and other items not available at UST. Visit the InterLibrary Loan page for more info.


 

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