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Sections in this guide point to resources relevant to UW Historians.

  • Graduate student information
  • Find books
  • Find articles
  • Encyclopedias, biographies
  • More ways to find books, book reviews
  • More ways to find articles
  • Primary sources
    • Canada / Europe / USA
  • Your writing
  • Help & more

Check it out: a book on writing history essays

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Writing History Essays, 2016
Call Number: D16 .M1185 2016 -- Dana Porter Library, 6th floor

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Find books via the Library catalogue

See what print and electronic books, monographs, and government reports are held by the Waterloo, Laurier, and Guelph university libraries.

Enter topic terms in this box, review your results, use the limits on the left to refine by format, library location, publication date, subject...

For example:  protests AND students AND sixties

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Find articles via these top history research databases

Choose from these research databases and discover what articles historians have published on your topic. From your search results, click on "Get it @ Waterloo"  to link to the articles subscribed to by UWLibrary.

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