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History: A Guide to McFarlin Library Resources: Books

A guide to online and print sources available through McFarlin Library

Books at TU

The catalog includes bibliographic information for  [almost] all books, journals, CDs, video (VHS and DVD), realia etc. at the University of Tulsa. The catalog is available in two styles. The Classic catalog offers the standard author, title, subject, search options. The Summon catalog offers the same functionality

Free Sources for E-books and More

There are several sources on the Internet for full text e-books. Those researching pre-1923 topics have a great advantage because books published befor that date are out of copyright.

Google Books

The advanced search of Google Books allows you to limit your search results to 'full view only' books.

The Internet Archive

This archive contains multimedia including moving images and texts. There is a bit of subject help in the browse section unter the text box on the right

Many libraries around the world are digitizing portions of their collections and many such projects have a history focus and usually contain books, pamphlets, photographs, maps, etc.

Library of Congress Digital Collections