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Welcome, history students! 

This guide will help you find information about history in several formats:

  • journal articles (including peer-reviewed articles)
  • books
  • web sites

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Online Reference

These ALADIN databases are good places to start your research.  If you are off campus, you will need to log on.

Credo Reference

A collection of 472 encyclopedias, dictionaries, and biographies, all online. Lots of information on the geography, history, and culture of nations around globe.


Up-to-date information and news on the countries of the world. Great place to start for students researching African and Latin American nations.

EBO: Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc.

A classic that is still considered a top source of high-quality information. 


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