Where to Start - Black History Research
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Black HiStory Research Guide
- Article databases
- Books, periodicals, videos, etc.
- Dissertations and theses
- Professional Journals
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Search the library catalog and subject specific databases simultaneously in the box below.
For more focused research, use one of the recommended databases listed below.
Tarleton Libraries offer a wide variety of research materials covering this specific subject. Search the catalog for books, government reports, journal titles, videos, cds, etc. Key word searching is available.
You can also locate research materials by browsing specific call number ranges on the shelves. Some relevant call number ranges include: E184.5-185.98, E441-453, and HT1501-1595.
Can’t find what you need in the catalog? Ask a Librarian (in person, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (254) 968-9249.
Dissertations and Theses - Full Text (Proquest)
Reference Department - Office 110
LC Call Number Area
[E185] - African Americans
Civil Rights Movement: People and Perspectives, edited by Michael Ezra.
Writing/ Citation Help
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O.A. Grant, 210
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If you need items that the library does not own, request them through Interlibrary Loan.