More books on world history can be found on the fourth floor, in section D.
Journal Articles Academic Search Premier
This multidisciplinary database is a great place to start a search on any history
topic, from the Neolithic to yesterday's news.
America: History and Life
This database specializes in American history from colonial times to the present.Historical Abstracts
This database contains articles on world history from the fifteenth century (1400s)
to the present.
This journal archive contains thousands of articles on political and social history
from ancient times to the present.
This journal archive also contains world and American history articles, with an emphasis
on American history.
Religion and Philosophy Collection
This database can be used to locate articles on theology, doctrine, religious history,
philosophic schools of thought, and more.
Web ResourcesAmerican Memory
Huge collection of historical texts and images from the National Digital Library Project
of the Library of Congress. Includes array of primary and archival documents, photographs,
EuroDocs: Primary Historical Documents from Western Europe
BYU's collection of on-line primary historical documents from Western Europe. Entries
cover political, economic, social, and cultural history
European History Primary Sources
This index offers access to primary documents from across Europe. Browse by country,
language, time period, and subject to locate sources. Topics range from history and
politics to health and science to literature, music, and art.
The History Net.com
Maintained by the National Historical Society, this site provides a variety of history-related
links, including archives, upcoming historical events and exhibits, multi-media and
book reviews, and best of all, the capability to do keyword searches in selected electronic
journals, some in full-text.
One of the best and most reliable Holocaust sources on the web, this site has information
for all ages, and from basic reference queries to advanced in-depth research. Available
in multiple languages.
In the First Person
This database contains thousands of oral histories.Military History Encyclopedia on the Web
Written and maintained by a trio of British military historians, this site offers
definitions and biographies, as well as articles on weaponry, battles, and wars.
Online Encyclopedia of Mass Violence
This unique resource was created by a non-profit group dedicated to collecting and
publishing information about crimes against humanity in the twentieth century. This
online encyclopedia includes information from scholars, government reports, maps,
chronologies, and much more.
Open Collections Program
The Harvard University Library has created a number of digital collections that share
their historic book and image collections. This project allows scholars to see and
use original manuscripts and images online. Current collections include Islamic heritage,
epidemics, immigration, and many more.
Royal Society Journal Archive
The Royal Society offers full text access to their papers published between 1665 and
1940. Their journal archive can be used to search for and view original articles by
Robert Boyle, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Benjamin Franklin, and many others.
This site contains a wealth of statistical, legal, and historical information from
around the world.
This database can be used not only to locate more books on a topic, but also archival
material from libraries around the world.