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Selected KSU Print Resources in History

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African Caribbeans: A Reference Guide
Shelved on the 8th Floor, Main Library. Call #: F 1629 .B55 A37 2003

African-American Orators: A Bio-Critical Sourcebook
MAIN Reference Desk Collection E185.96 A447

Africana Studies: a survey of Africa and the African diaspora
Shelved on the 8th floor, Main Library. Call #: DT 16.5 .A35 1998

Africana: the encyclopedia of the African and African American experience
Shelved in the Reference Collection - 1st floor, Main Library. Call #: DT 14 .A37435 1999

American Decades
Call #: E169.12 .A419 1994 (shelved in the Reference Collection, 1st floor, Main Library). Each volume presents an overview of events in American history during one decade in the twentienth century.

Becoming Black: creating identity in the African diaspora
check KentLINK for location and availability.

Black Europe and the African diaspora
check KentLINK for location and availability.

Black Handbook: the people, history and politics of Africa and the African diaspora
Shelved on the 8th floor, Main Library. Call #: DT 20 .B86 1997

Crime in Victorian Britain: An annotated bibliography from nineteenth century British magazines
Call #: Z 5703 .G7 p35 1993 (Main Library, 4th floor). Of the periodicals indexed in this work, we own 13 titles. Check KentLINK to verify if we have the specific title and date wanted and to determine where it is located as there are four possible locations.

Daily Lives of Civilians in Wartime Africa: from slavery days to Rwandan genocide
call #: DT 21.5 .D35 2007 (shelved on the 8th Floor, Main Library). Includes chapters on wars in Angola, Liberia and Sierra Leone, Sudan, and Rwanda.

Dictionary of the Holocaust: Biography, Geography, and Terminology
Useful sources for brief explanations of terms associated with the Holocaust.

Encyclopedia of American Cultural and Intellectual History
Call #: E169.1 .E624 2001 (shelved in the Reference Collection, 1st floor, Main Library). In 3 volumes. Includes sections organized by historical period and by topics, such as the Social Order and Social Identity.

Encyclopedia of Contemporary Latin American and Caribbean Cultures
Shelved in the Reference Collection, 1st Floor, Main Library. Call # F 1406 .E515 2000 (3 volumes).

Encyclopedia of Holocaust Literature
Provides brief information about select Holocaust authors and their works.

Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture
Shelved in the Reference Collection, 1st Floor, Main Library. Call # F 1406 .E53 1996 (5 volumes).

Encyclopedia of Latin American Politics
Shelved in the Reference Collection, 1st Floor, Main Library. Call #: F 1410 .E56 2002

Encyclopedia of the Holocaust
Four volume encyclopedia covering all aspects of the Holocaust.

Facts on File Yearbook
Call #: D410 .F3 (current years shelved in Reference Collection, 1st floor, Main Library; older years on 9th floor, Main Library). An annual overview of important events; arranged by date. Index by topic available in each volume.

Gendering the African diaspora : women, culture, and historical change in the Caribbean and Nigerian hinterland
check KentLINK for location and availability.

Greenwood Encyclopedia of Daily Life: a tour through history from ancient times to the present
Call #: GT31 .G74 2004 (shelved in the Reference Collection, 1st floor, Main Library). In 6 volumes, each volume focusing on a given era (volume 6 is the modern world). Presents a complete overview of life in that era, including domestic life, economic life, recreational life and religious life. See also the "Daily Life in" series (search in KentLINK by title: daily life in)

Holocaust and World War II almanac
Three volume resource providing unique combination of encyclopedic entries and excerpts of primary sources, including Holocaust diaries, memoirs, etc.

Holocaust Encyclopedia
Encyclopedia dealing with all aspects of the Holocaust.

Illustrated London News
Print version of the British edition is shelved on second floor under its title. The print version of the American edition is at the Regional Storage facility and can be requested online in KentLINK. Consult KentLINK for complete holdings.

Keesing's Contemporary Archives: A Record of World Events (1969 - 1986)
MAIN D410.K4

Keesing's Record of World Events (1987 - Current)
D410.K4, in MAIN Reference Collection and Circulating Collection.

Messages and Papers of the Presidents 1789-1915
MAIN J81.B96g

New African Diasporas
check KentLINK for location and availability.

Palmer's index to the Times newspaper (London)
Call #: AI 21 .T52 (Main Library, 9th floor). Index to the Times of London Newspaper. Begins in 1790, continues through 1941. The Library has the newspaper on microfilm from 1788 to present. The microfilm of 1788-1979 is in storage and may be requested either online or at the Periodical Desk on the second floor.

Pan-African History: political figures from Africa and the diaspora since 1787
Shelved on the 8th floor, Main Library. Call #: DT 30 .A35 2003

Poole's Index to Periodical Literature
Call #: AI 3 .P7 1958 (Main Library, Reference Collection, 1st floor). In six volumes, covers periodicals published between 1802 and 1902.

Punch
Print copies are located on the second floor - shelved by the title Punch. Additional volumes are located in Special Collections and Archives. Consult KentLINK for holdings information.

Reference Guide to Africa: a bibliography of sources
call #: Z 3501 .K15 2005 DT4 (shelved in the Reference Collection, 1st Floor, Main Library). This title identifies additional resources by topic, such as sources on development or statistical information.

Reversing Sail: a history of the African diaspora
check KentLINK for location and availability.

Routes of Passage: rethinking the African diaspora
check KentLINK for location and availability.

The African diaspora in the United States and Canada at the dawn of the 21st century
check KentLINK for location and availability.

The British Empire in the Victorian Press, 1832-1867: A bibliography
Call # Z 2021.C7 P32 1987 (Main Library, 4th floor). One volume of citations to articles written between 1832 and 1867 dealing with the British Empire. Please check KentLINK to verify we own the cited periodicals.

We Shall be Heard: An Index to Speeches by American Women, 1978 to 1985
MAIN Reference Desk Collection Z1231.O7 M37

Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals, 1824-1900
Call #: Z 2005 .H6 (Main Library, 4th floor -- 5 volumes). An invaluable bibliographic reference work of major 19th century British periodicals. Arranged chronologically by periodical title in table-of-contents order, with two indexes: contributors, and initials and pseudonyms. Final volume provides "collected and corrected bibliographies" of contributors and adds individual dating of each title. Indexes 43 major quarterlies and monthlies.

Women Public Speakers in the United States, 1800-1925: A Bio-Critical Sourcebook
MAIN Reference Desk Collection HQ1412.W67

Women Public Speakers in the United States, 1925-1993: A Bio-Critical Sourcebook
MAIN Reference Desk Collection HQ1412.W68

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