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HIST 6110: Introduction to Historical Methods and Research: Books

Catalogs

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HathiTrust, a partnership of major academic and research libraries collaborating in an extraordinary digital library initiative to preserve and provide access to the published record in digital form.  Library Catalog includes records for materials available to the Vanderbilt community from this resource.

Google Books. Searches the full text of books and select magazines that Google has scanned, converted to text using optical character recognition, and stored in its digital database. Most titles are no longer in print or commercially available.

Dissertations

Materials from Other Libraries

WorldCat

WorldCat contains more than 125 million records describing items owned by U.S. libraries and libraries around the world.  

These items include books, manuscripts, musical scores, films, newspapers, etc.

Borrow It...

Request the Item Via Interlibrary Loan (ILL):

What is ILL?

  • ILL gives you access to loans or copies of materials that the Library does not own

  • Most items arrive in 3-10 days

  • There is no charge to you for this service

How do I submit a request?

  • Log in to your secure, personal ILL account and choose a request form

  • Or, click on , available in many databases and online catalogs,  to request items as you search.  For more information about this magical button click here.

Ask the Library to Purchase It...

Submit a Purchase Suggestion:

The library is always happy to purchase books and other items upon request to fulfill research needs.  Submitting a suggestion is as easy as filling out this Purchase Request Form!

**Large ticket items will be purchased at the discretion of the subject bibliographer and may require consultation with the department.