Our online catalog is a great place to start. Use the search box below to find books, or try using the advanced search for more searching options.

Need a book on history? The following call number ranges, located on the second floor of the library, are a good place to start.

CB History of Civilization
CC Archaeology
D General History.
DA-DR History of Europe
DS History of Asia
DT History of Africa
E History of the United States
F United States: Local Histories. History of Canada. History of Latin America.

Use the search box below to find books through our online catalog. If you need more search options, try using the advanced search.

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We also have several ebooks through NetLibrary which you can browse right from your computer. Adobe Reader is required to view them.

Click here to go to NetLibrary.

If we don't have it, somebody does. WorldCat is a catalog maintained by libraries world wide. If you can find a book in WorldCat, you can request it via interlibrary loan.

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Our periodical collection (journals & magazines) is located on the first floor. You may find the journal title search on the articles page helpful as well. The list below includes some of our related periodicals:

American Historical Review 1895 - 1982
1995 - current
Contemporary European History 1995 - current
Current History 1924 - 1981
1995 - current
English Historical Review 1995 - current
European History Quarterly 1986 - current
History Cooperative Journals Online
Journal of American History 1964 - 1983
1995 - current
Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 1972 - 1986
1995 - current
Journal of Modern History 1961 - 1982
1995 - current
Journal of the Early Republic 1995 - current
New England Quarterly 1995
1995 - current
Panhandle-Plains Historical Review 1928 - current
Southwestern Historical Quarterly 1897 - 1983
1988 - 1992
1994 - current
West Texas Historical Association Yearbook 1925 - current
Western Historical Quarterly 1990 - 2007
William & Mary Quarterly 1963 - 1983
1995 - current


Databases are an effective way of researching articles. Databases allow thousands of journals to be researched within a single search. The following should get you started:

Internet Sites

The following internet sites have been reviewed by our staff or suggested by professors in the relating field: