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Reference Sources

Use reference books as background sources to get quick facts or information, or an overview of a subject. Some examples of reference sources are: dictionaries, encyclopedias, bibliographies, almanacs, directories, atlases, and handbooks.

Books with REF in the call number are located on the first floor. Books with GEN are on the second or third floors.


Historical Dictionary of Canada

FC 23 .G68 2011 REF

American Culture and Intellectual History

E 169.1 E624 2001 REF

Cambridge Ancient History

D 57 C252 REF

Wiley-Blackwell Dictionary of Modern European History Since 1789

D 299 A84 2011 REF

Cambridge Medieval History

D 117 C3 1924 REF

Companion to Historiography

D 13 C626 1997 REF

Encyclopedia of African History

DT 20 E53 2005 REF

Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Thought

CB 415 E53 2004 REF

A Global Encyclopedia of Historical Writing

D 13 G47 1998 REF

Larousse Dictionary of World History

D 9 L33 1995 REF

The New Cambridge Modern History

D 208 N4 REF

Oxford Companion to World War II

D 740 O94 1995 REF

Encyclopedia of Latin America

F 1406 E5155 2010 REF