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HIST 488 : Europe, 1914 to the Present: Finding articles

What if the library doesn't have the book or journal article I need?

Articles and books that are not available at the Priddy Library or at the home institution library in print or electronically may be requested.

Articles that are only available in print at the home institution library can also be requested through ILL. This service is limited to faculty, staff and students at USG and provided by the home institution library.

Core databases

What is a secondary source?

Secondary sources are materials that have been created by someone such as a historian or a researcher. Secondary sources interpret and analyze data gathered from primary sources. They are one or more steps removed from the time of the event. Examples of secondary sources include:

  • Books
  • Newspaper or journal articles which interpret or reviews findings
  • The research paper you will write